Oxyfresh Impresses New York City
Elite New York City pet care showcase
Oxyfresh's pet products put on the glitz to impress celebrities and media experts last week in New York City at an elite, invitation-only event. From well-known celebrities like David Frei, host of Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, to the writers and editors of leading pet magazines, guests of the Pet Socialite event discovered why Oxyfresh has been the most trusted name in pet care products for over 27 years.
John and Lori Ann Prange, Oxyfresh distributors who have been with the company for 16 years, presented the products to the stars, the media, and the pets they brought with them.
“All the celebrities couldn’t wait to hear about how we could help them eliminate their pet’s bad breath,” John said. “This was a universal request from all in attendance.”
Focusing on pet health, the event brought together 20 of the most talked-about pet products from around the country, and Oxyfresh continued to show why it is the leader in pet care.
Oxyfresh products help provide pets with longer, healthier and happier lives. Over 70 percent of dogs and cats experience periodontal disease, and it can shorten their lives by as much as five years. Oxyfresh pet care products use the Oxygene® formula to target the volatile compounds that contribute to periodontal disease and stop bad breath and harmful bacteria at the source.
“Oxyfresh products are the only ones with the Oxygene® molecule,” said Tom Lunneborg, Vice President of Product Development, “and because these products are proven to be safe and effective, they’ve earned the trust and the respect of experts, celebrities and everyday people.”
Guests of the event included animal activists like Beth Stern, film and TV stars like AnnaSophia Robb and Carolyn Hennesy and writers and editors from the top pet magazines and blogs.
“This event gave Oxyfresh the opportunity to provide high profile pet owners and influencers with knowledge of our easy to use, highly successful Pet Oral Hygiene program,” Prange said.
Products included at Pet Socialite Events have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Reader's Digest, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Real Simple, Family Circle, Daily Candy, Prevention, Animal Planet and The Weather Channel.