A leading pet product distributor serving retailers across the nation has begun exclusive wholesale distribution of Three Dog Bakery’s packaged treats in all of its distribution centers.
The wholesale deal means the company’s treats will be serviced by Phillips Pet Food & Supplies. It does not apply to fresh-baked treats from the popular local brand.
Three Dog Bakery’s packaged dog treats and pastries are still available in the Kansas City-built company’s 46 bakeries; in the treat aisles of pet stores, grocery markets, and mass retailers, including Target, in the United States, Canada, and Hong Kong; and through select online retailers, including Chewy and Amazon.
“We are very excited to join the Phillips Pet Food & Supplies family of great Pet Food Brands,” said Jerry Dear, president of consumer products division for Three Dog Bakery. “After careful consideration, we elected to partner exclusively with Phillips to allow us to achieve national distribution due to their growth mindset and professional executive leadership team.
“By working exclusively with Philips, given their focus on growth and customer service, we believe our reach to the key players in the independent pet channel will be well received. They are the perfect partner to make Three Dog Bakery accessible to more pet parents across the country.”
Three Dog Bakery humanizes the pet treat vertical with its fun, drool-worthy assortment that mimics many popular beloved human treats, the company said. This highly palatable treat line offers an assortment of flavors and textures to satisfy all types of dogs, it said.
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“We are excited to offer this innovative brand to our independent pet customers as a bright and refreshing addition to their treat assortment,” said Renee Pace, senior director of merchandising for Phillips Pet Food & Supplies. “We are thrilled to partner exclusively with the Three Dog Bakery team offering a great new line of products to our retailers.”
Three Dog Bakery was founded in 1989 with an emphasis on making pet products truly “treats,” the company said.