would like to highlight OurPet's Company
). The company develops, produces, and markets various pet accessory and consumable products designed to awaken pets' natural instincts, be it in feeding, playing, or waste management. Sold globally through pet specialty retailers, food, drug and mass chains, e-commerce and international channels, the company's products are marketed under the OurPets®, Pet Zone®, and PetTastic® brands, with well-known sub-brands such as Play-N-Squeak™, Cosmic Catnip™, Durapet, SmartScoop, and Flappy. In total, OurPet's has an intellectual property portfolio featuring more than 160 individual patents, giving the company sustainable access to the pet products industry for the foreseeable future.
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Being a top dog in the pet industry means more scalability to reach a wider customer base. That’s why OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) gives two brand options to its niche customers. The OurPets brand focuses on specialty customers while the Pet Zone Brand centers on food/drug/mass-market channels. Each has its own website where pet owners can get the latest products in safety, health, waste management, and fun.
OurPet’s designs, produces, and markets a variety of innovative, high quality accessory and consumable pet products in the United States and overseas. It began with the Big Dog Feeder product that improves posture and comfort for canines. Most of their award-winning products are patented and boast being the only ones of their kind on the market. Cat owners can get their own consumable Kitty Cat Grass to grow at home or the EZ Scoop Litter Box with Odor Control Spray. Felines can also frolic with the Hide and Go Squeak Interactive Toy. Dogs can have the Buster Food Cube and the WonderBowl for their eating needs. The company’s products aim at bringing out a pet’s natural instincts for a healthier lifestyle.
In 2006, OurPet’s purchased all of the assets of its chief competitor, Pet Zone. The company now has a platform for its own products while integrating those of Pet Zone in another. Pet Zone products and accessories aim at improving the health, vitality, and safety of pets. Its goal is to offer high-end products at affordable rates. Feline friends can purchase the Mini Food-N-Fountain Deluxe or the Purr-Ivacy Place Pop-Up Litter Box Canopy along with many scratchers and toys. Dog owners can buy the Cozy Cottage Dog House, treat dispensers, and other food bowl accessories.
The pet industry has grown from $17 billion in 1994 to $74.23 billion in 2014. That number is expected to increase to $77.03 billion this year alone. During this time, OurPet’s has grown 3-5 times faster than the overall industry and has no plans of slowing down. The company gives investors the opportunity to participate in this expanding market while offering consumers the chance at buying multiple products through multiple brands.
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