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The leaders in pet anxiety and stress solutions, and maker of Thundershirt for dogs and cats, expand their product line with the ThunderLeash, ThunderToy, and ThunderTreat.
Durham, NC (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
Come see this revolutionary line of pet anxiety and stress solutions by ThunderWorks at Global Pet Expo 2013, Booth #2587.
Most famous for their Thundershirt for dogs and cats, which has been reducing anxiety among hundreds of thousands of pets around the world since 2009, ThunderWorks and Thundershirt Founder Phil Blizzard is thrilled to announce that three new products have joined the company’s growing line of offerings - the ThunderLeash, ThunderToy and ThunderTreat.
The ThunderLeash by ThunderWorks is the simplest “no pull” solution for your dog. Finally, pet parents can enjoy a hassle free walk with overexcited dogs without the need for complicated harnesses or head collars, making the experience more positive for everyone. Recommended and extensively tested by professional dog trainers, the ThunderLeash can be used as a standard leash (hooked to a dog’s collar), or can be quickly and easily converted to a “no pull” harness configuration any time pulling becomes an issue. Pet parents will simply wrap the leash around their dog’s torso and allow the safe pressure caused by their pulling to reduce their desire to pull. There’s no standard harness required, making this patent-pending design very quick and easy to put on and take off the dog. The ThunderLeash is available in two sizes, small and large, and retails for $29.95.
The new ThunderToy and ThunderTreat by ThunderWorks is a thoughtfully designed stuffable chew toy and calming treat combination that helps calm and distract stressed or anxious dogs, for example during storms, travel or separation from families.
“Two of the most common negative behaviors reported when a dog is stressed or anxious are problem chewing, often causing destruction, and uncontrollable barking,” Blizzard said. “Our new ThunderToy and ThunderTreats were created to help solve those two problems directly, naturally and effectively. And they are a great compliment to Thundershirt’s calming benefits.”
The ThunderToy is available in two sizes- small and large- and retails for $12.95 and $14.95. The ThunderTreat is available in 4oz. ($7.95 MSRP) and 8oz. ($9.95 MSRP).
If you would like more information about this exciting new line of products by ThunderWorks, or to request a product sample, high-resolution image or additional product information please contact please contact Kerry Sutherland at K. Sutherland PR, Kerry(at)ksutherlandpr(dot)com or 949-328-4895.
Founded in 2009 in Durham, N.C., Thundershirt’s mission is to bring relief to the millions of dogs, cats and their families struggling to cope with anxieties. The Thundershirt is designed to apply a constant, gentle pressure to a dog or cat’s torso creating a dramatic calming effect for most users. Thundershirt continues to investigate anxiety and fear issues with scientific-based studies and surveys from recognized veterinarians and pet owners. Thundershirt has already helped hundreds of thousands of dogs across the country and around the world.
The company also donates thousands of Thundershirts and funding to rescue groups and shelters to help these organizations manage their anxiety cases and find permanent homes. Thundershirts are sold online at http://www.thundershirt.com and by retail stores, veterinarians, trainers and kennels across the country.
In recognition of the company's expanding product line into more anxiety solutions, Thundershirt has changed its corporate name to Thunderworks. As always, the company is committed to developing calming pet products that are effective, simple to use and strengthen the bond between pet and pet parent. Together, let’s be better humans to our pets. Learn more at http://www.ThunderWorks.com.
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