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AniPal Australiana sustainable range available from PETstock

Limited edition Australiana range from PETstock gives environmental waste a second life

AniPal’s newest collaboration with charity organisation, PETstock Assist, features a collection of unique Australiana themed dog collars and leads made from recycled plastic bottles and brass hardware.

PETstock Assist Charity and Events Lead, Jessica Curtis, says the company is excited to be able to offer pet parents and the pet community yet another sustainable pet product range at PETstock stores nationally.


“Experts estimate as much as 80 per cent of all litter accumulating in our oceans and seas is made of plastic. 

More sustainable pet products made from recycled or eco-friendly materials can greatly assist with a global effort to curb plastic consumption and pollution for our future generations,” says Ms Curtis. 

“Our newest partnership with AniPal aims to raise awareness for the environment as well as fund projects to help animals in need. 



“Available in two print styles and colours (Black Cockatoo or Bilby), each celebrates a different aspect of our ecosystem and provides the perfect opportunity for you and your buddy to team up as earth ambassadors this summer,” says Ms Curtis.

Labrador featuring Anipal x PETstock Clancy the Black Cockatoo design











Founder of AniPal and Veterinarian, Steph Stubbe, says the company is extremely proud of its ethos and innovative production processes.

AniPal’s mission is to lead by example and inspire the veterinary and broader animal industries to adopt proactive, sustainable practices which cleanse the environment for the benefit of all living creatures,” says Ms Stubbe.

“Our latest product range release with PETstock helps clean natural habitats by redirecting waste and giving useful materials a second life as beautiful recycled and sustainable pet products. We are really excited to be supporting and celebrating our native threatened species with PETstock Assist.” 


Price & Where to Buy:

RRP: from $35.99 - $45.99 at www.petstock.com.au

You can also follow AniPal Co. on Facebook at Instagram @AniPal Co.

The AniPal x PETstock range available from November 2020 until stocks last. A bundle offer is also available in-store for $70.00. 

100% of proceeds from every sale directly supports PETstock Assist and projects. 

Facts and Figures about Marine Pollution

  • Over 220 million tons of plastic are produced each year
  • Plastic debris causes the deaths of more than a million seabirds every year, as well as more than 100,000 marine mammals 
  • Plastic materials and other litter can become concentrated in certain areas called gyres as a result of marine pollution gathered by oceanic currents. There are now 5 gyres in our ocean. Source: UNESCO

About AniPal:

AniPal is a veterinary initiative that creates recycled and sustainable pet products, by taking environmental waste and giving it a second life.

AniPal was founded after Steph Stubbe started working as a young RSPCA Veterinarian. She was shocked to see the number of wildlife patients suffering terrible injuries as a consequence of human pollution. Those heartbreaking and preventable cases helped Steph realise that, today, working effectively with animals requires both proactive action as well as reactive treatment.

About PETstock’s charity organisation PETstock Assist:

PETstock Assist is a registered charity committed to making a long-term difference and positive change in the lives of pets and humans through education, awareness and donations. 100% of donations to PETstock Assist are donated to charities that share its mission. 

Since inception, PETstock Assist has microchipped more than 22,000 pets, found homes for more than 20,000 rescue pets, coordinated food drives to the value of $5 million, donated more than $3 million to charities and founded ‘The Pet Mob’– a program that sees PETstock Vets visit Papunya in the NT to provide veterinary services including desexing and parasite treatments.

MEDIA RELEASE, 29th October 2020
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