Stop in-store on June 18th, 2022 for International Sushi Day and et 20% off Pet Releaf
June 18, 2022, marks the celebration of International Sushi Day!
How Did International Sushi Day Start?
Back in the 1600 - 1800s, sushi that the modern world is familiar with takes form using fish and vegetables wrapped in rice and mixed with vinegar. In 1923, The Great Kanto Earthquake displaced many Japanese people and sushi emerged in other parts of the world. By the 1970s, sushi became popular among Hollywood celebrities which led to it gaining the attention of the public. What was once foreign to Americans became Americanized with the California roll that uses crab and avocado instead of raw fish. In 2009, International Sushi Day was proclaimed on June 18th. The idea came from Facebook and it took on a life of its own.
Sushi Flavored Dog Treats
Does your pup ever dream of endless rolls of sushi? If so, the Pet Releaf Sushi Edibites are a perfect match to make that happen! These Sushi Edibites are perfect for fish lovers! They contain an ethically sourced wild Alaskan red pollock oil to give your pup that delectable, sushi flavor. It’s high in DHA and omega-3s to supplement your pup’s daily regimen. Pet Releaf also adds organic spirulina to represent the seaweed. Spirulina is a microscopic algae that is excellent in supporting a healthy immune system as well as helping with your pet’s allergies! Even better– we are offering 20% off all Pet Releaf products for the entire month of June. Stop in-store or use coupon code 'PetReleaf20Off' to redeem at checkout.
Sushi-Themed Cat Toys
We didn’t forget about our feline friends! Kittybelle’s Catnip Toys offers a fun sushi roll toy filled with organic catnip and crinkle paper to keep your kitty entertained with all things sushi. Is just one roll not enough for your kitty? The P.L.A.Y. Feline Frenzy Cat Toys Sassy Sushi comes with three sushi rolls! Each sushi toy in this pack comes with a built-in refillable pouch that is pre-stuffed with USDA Organic Catnip from Mountain Rose Herbs in Washington.