Superzoo 2017 We Miss You Already.

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What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. At least when our pets are involved! The Pet Companion Magazine team attended Superzoo 2017 looking for the newest trends and innovations in the pet industry. We found that companies are putting your pet’s health and wellbeing at the top of their priority list, just like you. Food, supplements, grooming care, toys, beds have your pet’s particular health need in mind.

We saw some super cute trends that are sticking around, and hunted down a few new ones. Feasted our eyes on some innovative products, great gift ideas for the pet lovers in your life, met a few celebrity pets and had a lot of fun.

We’re excited to share a few of our finds in our Fall & Winter issues. Until then, here’s a quick peek at a few of our favorite things from Superzoo 2017.  Enjoy!

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Alicia Bailey
Alicia Bailey is a writer specializing in animal welfare topics and issues. Prior to writing full time she spent 13+ years working in rescue and animal sheltering, holding leadership roles in both. She has worked with numerous local and national non-profit organizations including Best Friends Animal Society, NKLA, The Palm Springs Animal Shelter, Coachella Valley Animal Campus, and many others. Alicia is mom to 3 uniquely abled dogs, including @LittleBoogieShoes & @Bust.A.Moves.

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