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Opportunity Knocks for a safe dog chew toy alternative to “real” bones.
Tex’s Smoke ’N' Chews is focused on developing realistic looking safe chew toys for dogs.
Tulsa, Oklahoma – January, 2019
Tex’s Smoke ‘N’ Chews, a manufacturer of pet products has developed a new, innovative line of hickory smoked dog chew toys which resemble “real” bones to provide a safer chew toy alternative. The company, which prides itself on developing unique one-of-a-kind hickory smoked chew toys for dogs, looks to penetrate a market, that based on the FDA, has all too often seen the negative effects to dogs from the dangers of ingesting “real” bones.
“Real” bones for dogs are processed and smoked in varied environments and temperatures that lead to the bones being dry and brittle. This makes the bones more susceptible to splintering after ingestion which can cause serious injury and even death.
“We are thrilled to come out with a safe and quality product for the pet industry that has the potential to save so many dogs lives when it comes to the dangers of ingesting “real” bones”, says SVP Sales and Marketing of Tex’s Smoke ‘N’ Chews, Eli Zeiter. “Our passion and dedication is to make sure that every dog matters and if we can eliminate the potential for harm or death with our products based on the widespread issues that “real” bones promote, then we are doing our job”
The company revealed that they will be launching a complete line of hickory smoked dog chew toys, with products for both aggressive and gentle chewers, with the size and shape of “real” bones, initially online and will be available in stores in 2019.
Eli Zeiter, SVP Marketing and Sales of Tex’s Smoke ‘N’ Chews had this to say, “We are delighted with our direction and look forward to introducing our hickory smoked chew toy product line to the North American market. There is a synergy and a sense of goodwill that we feel will result in saving so many dogs lives from senseless deaths caused by splintering bones”.
To learn more about the Tex’s Smoke ‘N’ Chews product line, email Eli Zeiter firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.texchews.com.