PrideBites – Customizable Pet Products and Toys

PrideBites is a full line of customizable dog products including plush beds, blankets, placemats, collars, leashes, toys, treats, and dog apparel. To order a one-of-a-kind product tailor made for your dog simply visit the PrideBites website, choose a base product, personalize it with color and pattern choices as well as optionally adding your pet’s name and image, and it will be delivered to your door. They also offer an extensive selection of stock designs available on Amazon. PrideBites has several stylish collections to choose from including Ruff Lauren, Calvin Canine, Giorgio Arfmani, Kate Spayed, Vera Wag, and Emilio Poochie.

PrideBites was created by a group of college friends who were unhappy with the selection of dog toys available from big box retailers. They wanted options as unique as their individual pets, constructed with durable, safe, long-lasting and easy to clean materials. All PrideBites products go through rigorous testing by both canine and human before getting the stamp of approval.

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