Two pet industry leaders discuss why eco-consciousness is good for business.
Stephen Trachtenberg, president of Chasing Our Tails, discusses how his company is innovating the treats and chews category with single-ingredient chews that are made and sourced in the U.S.
Knowing how to address and diffuse a conflict creates a more cohesive and understanding work environment.
Kyle Darling, president of Thera-Clean, discusses how his company’s microbubble technology provides a host of health benefits to pets and business benefits to professional groomers.
A lot of time can be wasted in the grooming salon, whether it's from idle chit-chat or late drop-offs/pick-ups. To keep things running smoothly, it's all about increasing efficiency.
The Ethical Products team discusses how its longtime commitment to independent pet retailers has influenced the launch of its Fieldcrest Farms natural chews.
While accomplishing an excellent finish might seem effortless from the sidelines, it requires several steps that are all important to the final product.
With a general idea about the benefits these products can provide, retailers can capitalize on the increased demand.
For nearly 20 years, Angels’ Eyes has been the brand that pet owners turn to for help in eliminating their dogs’ unsightly tear stains.
Meat is essential for dogs, but high-protein diets limiting fruit and veggies may fall short when it comes to promoting their health and well being.
Free online training from Pet Store Pro and PIDA builds skills to increase growth.
Even though caring for pets is a time-consuming task, there are plenty of products that provide convenience.
Today, pets are more than just animals; they’re a reflection of owners’ tastes. Here’s how manufacturers and retailers are leveraging this phenomenon.
The Habitattitude education campaign raises awareness and aims to prevent release of pets into the wild.
Lindsy Argenti, marketing manager for Coastal Pet Products, discusses how the company’s longtime success continues to be driven by its partnerships with independent retailers.
Lisa Hisamune, director of sales at P.L.A.Y. (Pet Lifestyle and You), explains why the company’s attention to quality, function, style and social and environmental stewardship helps create products that perfectly fit the lives of pet owners.
There is a lot to look forward to, but one important thing I will miss at this year's show.
Jeffrey H. Schick, CVPM, partner at Francissen Rafelson Schick LLP, discusses how his law firm helps retailers and pet product manufacturers successfully navigate the complex world of e-commerce.
As transparency gains traction in pet nutrition, retailers and consumers are developing an appetite for clean labels and traceable products.
The pet industry is embracing a new resource that aligns and highlights best practices for the breeders and distributors of small mammals, reptiles and birds.