Today, TDH Holdings Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: PETZ) stock gained $0.01, accounting for a 0.49% increase. TDH opened at $2.08 before trading between $2.10 and $2.03 throughout Thursday’s session. The activity saw TDH’s market cap rise to $112,647,490 on 82,130 shares -below their 30-day average of 236,582.
About TDH Holdings Inc
Founded in April 2002, TDH Holdings, Inc. is a developer, manufacturer and distributer of a variety of pet food products under multiple brands that are sold in the China, Asia and Europe. The Company has four production facilities and offers in excess of 200 products, including pet chews, dried pet snacks, dental health snacks, and baked pet biscuits, as well as non-food items like dog leashes, pet toys, etc.
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