For Earth Animal founders Dr. Bob and Susan Goldstein, their veterinary oath provides the foundation on which all of their decisions and products as a company have been built.
Glo-Marr has managed to stay relevant for over 50 years despite the increasing competition and an ever-changing market.
As retailers satisfy consumer demand for pet products that are made in the USA, customers are discovering local sources for quality goods.
Royal Pet Inc. is building on its 20-year history of crafting solution-oriented pet care products with the launch of an innovative line of edible dog chew toys.
For PetRageous Designs, keeping up with the latest trends and embracing the humanization of pets is at the core of the business’ success.
Conair, long a household name in human grooming products, has been gaining momentum in the pet products business.
By re-evaluating their approach to sales margins, retailers can identify missed opportunities for potential profit and build a stronger foundation for their business.
Transparency and communication are more important than ever.
Dr. Dana Tomlinson, research nutritionist for Zinpro Corporation, discusses how the company is using key minerals to improve the health and performance of pets.
Grooming and pet service professionals converge on the Atlanta Pet Fair & Conference.
More pet-friendly housing and workplaces will allow more people to enjoy the human-animal bond.
Pet industry distributors’ growth is inextricably tied to independent retailers’ success.
A pet industry veteran reflects on a long, successful career and offers his thoughts on how to ensure a bright future.
Taking the home-grooming experience beyond a simple clean cut, retailers have identified the demand for luxurious products to soothe and indulge pets.
At the Pet Industry Leadership Conference, PIJAC provided attendees with an update on emerging legislative and regulatory trends.
Blake Anderson, founder/managing director of Pet Parents, explains how the company’s unique brand of innovation is helping to minimize the messes that come with pet ownership.
Forming relationships with legislators is the first step in protecting your business.
The fifth annual edition of Aquatic Experience – Chicago will provide an in-depth look at fish health management for members of the aquatic industry.
While the pet specialty channel’s distribution landscape has gotten smaller over the years, the value that distributors bring to manufacturers and retailers continues to grow.
Debbie Phillips-Donaldson, editor-in-chief of Petfood Industry/Petfood Forum, explains what attendees can expect to find at this year’s Petfood Forum and why retailers should attend.