British Pet Product Manufacturers Gear up to Exhibit at Global Pet Expo

Nine British suppliers of pet care products will be exhibiting their latest innovations at the British pavilion or individually at other booths at Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Fla., March 22 - 24. The British exhibitors are being organized for the seventh year running by the U.K.’s pet trade association, PetQuip, and six of the exhibitors will be...
One of the British pet product manufacturers that will be exhibiting at Global Pet Expo is Scruffs, which makes dog beds that are eco-friendly, self heating, orthopedic and water resistant.
One of the British pet product manufacturers that will be exhibiting at Global Pet Expo is Scruffs, which makes dog beds that are eco-friendly, self heating, orthopedic and water resistant.

Nine British suppliers of pet care products will be exhibiting their latest innovations at the British pavilion or individually at other booths at Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Fla., March 22 - 24. The British exhibitors are being organized for the seventh year running by the U.K.’s pet trade association, PetQuip, and six of the exhibitors will be receiving cash grants secured by the association from the Department for International via its Tradeshow Access Program.

Among the new products that will be on display are dry pet foods, home-cooked pet food mixes, natural health supplements, dry shampoos, a high-performance cooling coat for dogs, a dog bed with orthopedic memory foam fill, a new product in pet urine cleanup, dog food packaging and automated chicken coop door openers.

The companies from across the pond that will be attending Global Pet Expo include:

ChickenGuard (booth #1270) will display its new and improved range of automated chicken coop door openers that provide protection against predators.

Doogie Stuff Group ( booth #1266) will exhibit its CSI Urine, a new pet urine clean up product. CSI Urine is a blend of natural bio-active enzymes, surfactants and plant extracts that attacks stains and odors at the molecular level. The company will exhibit its widely used Litter Kwitter, which helps people train their cats to use a human toilet.

PetQuip (booth #1268), the international trade association of pet equipment suppliers, assists and promotes the development of international trade in the pet equipment sector, providing a catalyst for business contact between manufacturers, suppliers and international buyers around the world.

Dr. John Premium Pet Food (booth #1173) will display its Dr. John brand, which offers healthful and complete dry pet foods. Although the main market for the products is for working and sporting dogs, there also are foods for show dogs, cats and ferrets. The latest additions to the company’s range comprise hypoallergenic lamb and rice and grain-free chicken and potato varieties.

Hilton Herbs (booth #651) will display its natural health supplements for dogs, cats, birds and poultry. The FDA-approved supplements support a variety of conditions that are common to dogs, cats, birds and poultry of all ages.

Law Print & Packaging Management Ltd. ( booth #1272) will exhibit its bags for treats and foods that when unsealed will condition a dog to unconsciously associate the sound with being rewarded.

Max & Lucy (booth #1169) will display a natural dry shampoo range for dogs.

OGGI GB Inc. (booth #1167) will exhibit its British biscuit and cake mixes that enable owners to bake their own home-cooked treats for their dogs. Made in the U.K. and now new to the USA with FDA approval, the Oggi’s Oven mixes are available in eight flavors, and all ingredients are natural, free from additives and preservatives, and are even human consumption approved.

Scruffs (booth #3445) will display its dog bed collections, designed in the U.K. Scruffs’ dog bedding is eco-friendly, self heating, orthopedic and water resistant.

Trilanco Ltd. (booth #1171) will exhibit its high-performance cooling coat for dogs. The product cools without getting the dog wet. The range also contains the grooming towel, which reduces grooming times by up to 60 percent, and a cooling mat, according to the company.

Source: www.petproductnews.com