Topping pet foods to improve nutrition is becoming increasingly popular, and is seen as essential for health and wellbeing.
In a world that’s been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing’s for sure—the pet industry has made the most of the grim situation and, once again, demonstrated its durability.
The pet enclosures and barriers category has evolved to align with the values of consumers who want to ensure the comfort—and safety—of their animals.
Natural health and wellness products come in all shapes and sizes, and it’s up to retailers to convey the capability of these products.
Fragrances designed with pets in mind go beyond just smelling great; they are created with the latest safety standards in mind and offer odor eliminating technology.
Quick adjustments and the support of their local communities have been instrumental in helping pet care professionals navigate this difficult time.
Geographical retailing allows retailers to provide an appropriate portfolio of products tailored to the specific wants and needs of local pet owners.
In order to appeal to customers of all income levels, retailers should rely on a good, better, best strategy to provide quality products at a variety of price points.
All pet parents are looking for unconditional love and companionship, but different age groups often seek out products that align with their respective lifestyles.
Pet owners are increasingly favoring natural foods and treats for their dogs and cats, making this a fairly dynamic category for pet specialty retailers.
Jeanne Jacobs, leader of business development for PetAlive, discusses how the brand has grown into a one-stop destination for herbal and homeopathic healthcare solutions.
Incorporating sustainable practices into a pet business will have multiple long-lasting benefits.
When it comes to fruit and vegetables in pet nutrition, the best tool for selling these products is education.
Stewart Shanley, CEO of Earth Animal, and Michael Baker, president of Pet Food Experts, discuss what their companies have learned through the Coronavirus pandemic.
When it comes to dealing with difficult customers, groomers who are able to keep their cool and stand their ground will come out on top.
Pet ID tags have the potential to be a profit center if retailers are strategic about offering fresh and diverse options.
From initial spikes to sharp declines, the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed the face of pet retail over the past few months.
The pet care community has a great obligation to provide the products and services that our pets need to stay healthy and happy.