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PetPlate Launches ‘PAW Patrol’-Inspired Dog Meals

A new co-branded meal for dogs has launched.

License Global

June 26, 2021

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PetPlate, a fresh-cooked meal provider for dogs, along with Paramount Pictures, announced a partnership to celebrate the launch of “PAW Patrol: The Movie,” produced by Spin Master Entertainment.

To promote the partnership across social media and on the company’s website, PetPlate has teamed up with Paramount to sponsor a sweepstakes for PetPlate followers to enter for a chance to win a private hometown screening and free concessions for up to 50 guests.

From July 12 until the end of the summer, PetPlate will deliver its meals to hungry pups looking for adventure in the first-time execution of co-branded, special edition, movie-themed boxes featuring the “PAW Patrol: The Movie” logo, characters and a QR code that unlocks the movie trailer.

“Our mission is simple,” says Renaldo Webb, founder, PetPlate. “We help dogs live longer, healthier, happier lives through better nutrition. I can think of no better way to showcase the energy that our food provides our furry friends than to team up with the most heroic dogs of all, the PAW Patrol.”

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