AMERICA’S VETDOGS UNVEILS EXPANDED PRODUCT LINE AT 2013 GLOBAL PET EXPO Treats, Toys and Rawhide for Dogs Help Support Assistance Dog Program for Disabled Veterans

Orlando, FL (February 14, 2013) – America’s VetDogs® , the premier non-profit organization that provides specially trained assistance dogs to disabled veterans is pleased to announce its expanded line of licensed dog products at this year’s Global Pet Expo. Joining longtime VetDogs partner Bil-Jac (booth #1067 – America’s VetDogs® Dog Treats) are Ethical Products (booth #2335 – America’s VetDogs toys and beds) and PETKING (booth #3701 – rawhide, biscuits and jerky).

“We are pleased to welcome Ethical Products and PETKING to the America’s VetDogs family,” said Wells B. Jones, CEO of America’s VetDogs. “These partnerships and new product lines have offered an incredible opportunity to further our collective commitment to offer quality products while simultaneously supporting the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country.”

The VetDogs licensing program provides the opportunity for manufacturers and retailers of pet products to highlight their strong dedication to our nation’s veterans by creating products for the America’s VetDogs brand. A percentage of each sale goes to VetDogs for its programs for disabled veterans.

In addition to showing support for America’s disabled veterans, the program also highlights the vital bond between people and their animals – whether they are assistance dogs or pets – and creates brand loyalty for new and existing customers.

America’s VetDogs products are manufactured to the highest standards of quality, and they are distributed at a variety of major retail pet specialty and retail chains, as well as independent pet specialty stores. To find a list of stores near you, visit

VetDogs graduates and their assistance dogs will be the honored guests at each company’s booth. Come meet them and learn how their VetDogs have changed their lives.

About America’s VetDogs® – the Veteran’s K-9 Corps® America’s VetDogs provides guide and service dogs to disabled veterans and active duty personnel; physical and occupational therapy dogs for VA and military hospitals; and combat stress control dogs to be deployed overseas. It costs over $50,000 to breed, train and place one assistance dog with a veteran, but there is never a cost to the veteran. To learn more about America’s VetDogs, visit To learn about VetDogs licensed products visit

For information on VetDogs licensing opportunities, please contact Michelle Alfandari at m.alfandari@modalicensing

To learn more about VetDogs licensing partners, visit: Bil-Jac: Ethical Products, Inc.: Pet King:

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