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April 2, 2019

Press release: Phillips Pet Food & Supplies

Phillips Pet Food & Supplies, a leading pet product distributor serving the independent pet channel, will bring SnugArooz dog toys to 10 of its 15 U.S. distribution regions. SnugArooz will be in Phillips’ distribution centers in California (Anaheim and Sacramento), Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania and South Carolina.

SnugArooz plush toys are crafted to squeak and crinkle and include a llama, octopus and unicorns. The knotted toys are engineered to endure interactive play, such as flinging, tugging and chewing.

All products are created from safe, non-toxic materials with durable construction. The imaginative toys are colorful and support the brand’s mission: Snuggle. Cuddle. Play.

“The SnugArooz toy line is a collection of trend-right, eye-catching, high-quality products that differentiate the toy aisle for Phillips’ customers and captivate consumers,” says Elizabeth Thibodeau, senior vice president, merchandising and marketing services for Phillips Pet Food & Supplies. “SnugArooz’s quality construction and innovative designs make playtime enjoyable for dogs and their pet parents. This is a compelling product line that will delight retailers and consumers alike.”

Phillips Pet Food & Supplies business started as a single feed store in 1938 and now has 15 distribution centers strategically located across the United States. Phillips proudly serves the Pet Specialty Industry and is committed to providing customers with the products and services that will contribute to the growth and profitability of their businesses. To order SnugArooz products, visit the website, call 1-800-451-2817 or connect with your Phillips sales team member.

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