Petco launches product for pets and pet owners
SAN DIEGO — Petco is showing customers that it takes the “Happier People” part of its motto seriously with its latest exclusive product offering from Kusin & Kusin Ltd.: Reviver Pets Freshening Swipes, the first-ever reusable, dry-application freshening swipe for use on pets and their humans.
Reviver Pets boast a dry odor-neutralizing innovation with a patent-pending technology that releases odor-eliminating ingredients that Kusin & Kusin says is safe for pets and gives owner a quick way to keep their pets and themselves stink-free between often costly grooming appointments.
Packaged in a re-sealable packet for dogs and cats, each $2.99 multi-use individual swipes touts being 100% non-toxic, contains Aloe and Vitamin E and is specifically formulated for use on a dog's coat, cat's fur, or pet owners' clothing.
"I've grown up with pets my entire life," said Ben Kusin, CEO of Kusin & Kusin. "Reviver Pets is the solution to the age-old odor problem. Now, through our partnership with Petco, Reviver Pets will be accessible to all pet owners who need help keeping their pet smelling and feeling fresh."
"At Petco, we always try to find new and innovative ways to care for the whole pet," said Jennifer Loesch, VP of health and wellness of Petco. "We are excited to partner with Reviver Pets. With the unique ability to literally pet your pet fresh, we believe our customers are going to fall in love with this innovative new product."
Petco is a leading pet specialty retailer that provides the products, services and advice to pet owners. It operates more than 1,200 stores nationwide and in Puerto Rico, including more than 50 Unleashed by Petco locations, a smaller format neighborhood shop, and www.petco.com. The Petco Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization, has raised more than $110 million since it was created in 1999 to help promote and improve the welfare of companion animals. In conjunction with the foundation, the retailer works with and supports thousands of local animal welfare groups across the country and, through in-store adoption events, helps find homes for more than 350,000 animals every year.