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Gem-Water Announces Special Water Bowl for Pets

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(PRESS RELEASE) LOS ANGELES, CA – Gem-Water, the number one e-commerce retailer that introduced on-the-go crystal hydration to the world with Gem-Water bottles by Vitajuwel, has just launched one of the most innovative products for your furry family members. Named the CrownJuwel, it is a pet bowl like no other.  Just like their famous bottles, the Gem-Water petbowl uses crystals to restructure and enliven your pet’s drinking water, and additionally offers the naturopathic benefits of those crystals. 

Gem-Water’s special gem blend for pets include these five stones, which are said to help with the following benefits:

  • Nephrite Jade: Vitality
  • Brown Agate: Strength
  • Clear Quartz: Awareness
  • Peridot: Balance
  • Mangano Calcite:Social Behavior

Anjanette Sinesio, owner of Gem-Water said, “We saw an amazing opportunity in the pet market that wasn’t being fulfilled. When we met with the VitaJuwel team in Germanylast year to further discuss our new idea, they had already prototyped thisincredible bowl and we were ecstatic! So many people love Gem-Water, and we all knew the time was right to expand into this market. This bowl was made with so much love by Ewald (inventor of Vitajuwel), and tested for months with his dogs.”

The bowl retails for $78 and is available in three colors: Natural White, Slate Gray and Ocean Blue. It is made of a 70% bamboo/cornstarch/wood blend and is chew-proof!

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Wholesale pre-orders are being taken now and will be available at gem-water.com and select retailers at the end of September 2018. 

Gem-Water Announces Special Water Bowl for Pets

 

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