APPA’s Right Start Membership will address the needs of newer companies entering the pet industry.
In a letter to members, PIJAC revealed that the CDC and USDA Confirm COVID-19 in Two Pet Cats in New York.
The virtual conference will be held on April 29-30.
The new logo showcases the company's founding spokespup.
The new center will be for the company's PETEDGE professional pet grooming supplies and equipment business.
While the pandemic has certainly presented formidable challenges, the pet care market is poised for a new era of growth.
As COVID-19 continues to shut down businesses across the country, there is a growing debate over whether or not grooming salons should be allowed to operate.
Dogs may be able to use their sense of smell to detect coronavirus carriers with no symptoms.
In a time of unprecedented uncertainty, pet parents should have an emergency care plan in place for their animal companions.
The event is now scheduled to take place in December.
The first-ever, national Walktail fundraiser for homeless pets will take place on May 1-3.
The company has donated to several food banks across the U.S. to help feed at-risk animals.
The new Brakke study will track the impact of COVID-19 on pet owner behavior and purchasing.
Charmaine Davis-Ford is now APPA's director of finance.
A new survey suggests that missing their owners can cause felines to act out, just like dogs.
Tractor Supply is working with crowdsourced delivery company Roadie to bring same-day delivery to all U.S. locations.
Paul Wagstaff will bring his expertise in consumer product marketing to expand the company’s innovation portfolio.
The funds will go towards supporting shelter and transitional housing services for survivors of domestic violence and their companion animals.
The company was recognized as preferred CBD ingredient supplier for pet products.
Sonder Marketplace will help bring the company's products to Northern California pet retailers.