Lord Jameson Honored as ‘Dog Treat Product of the Year’ by 2020 Pet Independent Innovation Awards

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Annual Awards Program Honors Innovative Products and Companies in the Growing Pet Care Market

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We know the boundless love that you have for your dog and we share it too.

Lord Jameson, an organic dog wellness company, announced today the company has been awarded ‘Dog Treat Product of the Year’ for their new Gingerbread Cane by the Pet Independent Innovation Awards. Run by the Independent Innovation Awards organization, a leading industry recognition platform honoring the most innovative companies and products in the world, the Pet Independent Innovation Awards recognizes the top companies, services, and products in the industry today.

Lord Jameson’s organic Gingerbread Cane dog treats inspired by the Founder’s grandmother's recipe. Adapted to fit the nutritional needs of dogs, this signature holiday treat is getting a paws up from pets across the country for its combination of all-natural plant based super-foods, including organic ginger, gluten free oats, roasted peanut butter, and festive red and green colored coconut shreds. The Gingerbread Cane is available in a custom-made holiday themed candy cane box.

“Everyone needs a little holiday cheer this year, so we created an organic treat for the dogs we love that comes as a perfect fit for stocking stuffers and holiday gifting,” said Sarah Goldberger, Founder & CEO of Lord Jameson. We know the boundless love that you have for your dog and we share it too. That’s why all of our products are made with real ingredients and without preservatives, artificial colors, artificial flavors or GMO.”

With most industries shocked by the global COVID-19 pandemic shut down, the pet industry is holding its own as consumers are more willing than ever to pull out all the stops to keep their companions healthy and happy. As the number of pet care products grows and consumers become more educated about the industry, innovative new products and services reach the market daily. The Independent Innovation Awards program aims to evaluate and recognize the most outstanding and innovative companies, services, and products within the rapidly expanding pet industry.

“Just in time for the holidays, Lord Jameson offers dog owners and pet retailers a festive-wrapped natural treat that is 100% organic and fuzzy taste-tester approved,” said Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director, Independent Innovation Awards. “We are proud to award Lord Jameson with our Pet Independent Innovation Awards- Dog Treat Product of the Year for their holistic and healthy dog loving treats.”

For more information on Lord Jameson, visit http://www.lordjameson.com or call 985-805-6735. Lord Jameson treats are available for purchase nationwide at select pet stores as well as directly at http://www.lordjameson.com.

About Lord Jameson
Our core principle is built on a never-ending promise to love your dog like our very own and to treat your dog to the healthiest culinary experience. Our products’ exceptional flavors are achieved with the use of real ingredients delivering real nutritional benefits. We spent two years developing our flavors in pursuit of formulating a 100% organic soft treat that is beautiful in form, without any preservatives, artificial colors, artificial flavors, or GMO ingredients. Lord Jameson delivers real food with ingredients you can pronounce and will find at your farmer's market. For more information visit: https://www.lordjameson.com/

About Independent Innovation Awards
The Independent Innovation Awards program is devoted to recognizing and honoring the most innovative companies, services and products. The Pet Independent Innovation Awards program provides public recognition for achievements of pet care industry companies and products, including Apparel, Grooming & Cleaning, Food & Treats, Health, Retailers & Services and more. For more information visit: https://petinnovationawards.com.

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