A roundup of legislative and other highlights for the pet care community.
Jim Gick, president of Pet Qwerks, Inc., discusses how his company continues to expand its lineup of unique products designed to keep dogs healthy and engaged.
While new types of dog treats are constantly being introduced to the market, the trends continue to follow those that are tried and true.
The plant products that peak a cat’s curiosity and attention also offer a variety of physical and mental health benefits.
For today’s parrot pet parents, choosing the perfect products is no longer as simple as picking up a standard seed formula from the supermarket.
Knowing the ins and outs of the herptiles in your region can build a relationship of trust between you and your customers.
Corals continue to play a major role in how the fish-keeping hobby continues to evolve.
Finding success in small pet nutrition means understanding how they differ from cats and dogs—and how they’re alike.
Troubling signs indicate that independent pet stores may have a tough time ahead.
With more people seeking out limited-ingredient and grain-free recipes, these offerings have moved into the mainstream.
By targeting specific areas of wellness, supplements can better support animals’ health needs.
Sixteen Loyal Companion locations now carry the company's GO! SOLUTIONS wet and dry recipes, plus meal mixers.
The latest edition of Pet Business’ retailer survey shows how pet stores are fighting to hold onto their market share in a tough competitive climate.
Marineland brand's latest innovations aim to stay ahead of trends and meet the needs of aquarists.
A new report reveals that pet owners are increasingly turning to the internet to purchase pet products.
The new effort will use ag tech to measure and improve sustainability on more than 50,000 acres of U.S. farmland.
The all-natural brand of cat litter made from reclaimed wood and paper donated to rescue organizations ahead of the holidays.
Wind Point formally separates Pestell Group into two independent portfolio companies.
The three new licenses will allow the company to cultivate, process and sell cannabis for medical purposes in its facility in British Columbia.