Having a company profile on the social media platform can bring your business and/or products to a whole new audience.
A new survey reveals what separates retail businesses that are profitable and experiencing strong growth from those that are just stable and breaking even.
This show highlight will provide pet store owners and operators with valuable connections and practical business-building ideas.
What one recent study says about the way we show affection to our pets.
A recent study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania may have revealed a troubling trend.
Animal Planet's the Puppy Bowl presents: the Dog Bowl shows off a side of senior dogs that's not often seen in the media.
February is National Responsible Pet Owners Month in February—the perfect time to remind customers how to be good pet parents.
Reports about a Houston couple's tragic experience with a pet services app could have big implications for service providers.
Frank Burdzy, president and CEO of Champion Petfoods, addresses independent retailers' concerns about the future of ORIJEN and ACANA.
A new survey reveals the goals pet owners have for their cats and dogs in 2019.
With robot pet sitters and app-connected ID tags, retailers should pay attention to the growing pet tech category.
The brand's focus on the FDM channel has caused it to fall out of favor with many independent pet retailers.
Despite increasing health-consciousness among pet owners, dog and cat obesity rates increased for the eighth straight year.
Keeping pets from being left in hot cars is a well-publicized concern, but more and more places are taking action to protect pets in the cold.
In the digital age, one bad interaction with a customer can do serious damage.
With pet parents looking to get in shape for the New Year, retailers should be ready to offer products that allow dogs to join fitness activities.
New report highlights strategies for marketing to millennial and gen Z pet parents.
Not all places are welcoming of pets.
While CBD products hold vast potential for the pet industry, there are still hurdles that must be overcome to ensure the longevity of the trend.
Pet Releaf's Steve Smith addresses the notion that it is illegal to use the term "CBD"on product labels.