The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council unveiled a new set of uniform standards of care for small animals such as small mammals, birds and reptiles.
Rashell Cooper, marketing director for Redbarn Pet Products, discusses how the company ensures that pet owners can provide their four-legged loved ones with safe, wholesome nutrition.
This exciting toy selection will prevent pet boredom during the dog days of summer.
Sara Schrekenhofer, advertising manager for Leather Brothers, Inc., discusses how the company has honed its approach to making durable and stylish leashes and collars over the past 40-plus years.
Katie McNulty, marketing coordinator for Midwestern Pet Foods, discusses how the company delivers high-quality nutrition while prioritizing environmental stewardship.
Dogs are going everywhere these days, making collars, leashes and harnesses more essential than ever. Manufacturers are responding with fashionable products focused on function and safety.
Owners and pets alike get better sleep thanks to bed manufacturers’ commitment to innovative environmentally conscious practices.
John Davies, president and cofounder of Lintbells, discusses his company’s focus on consistently providing high-quality, safe and efficacious supplements for pets.
Earning and maintaining the trust of consumers by demonstrating what we ask them to believe about our products is essential to the continued success of the pet industry.
With pet owners paying more attention to their dog’s eating habits, bowls and feeding systems are evolving to include sophisticated and attractive options that are changing the category.
Jeff Riman, CEO of KING KANINE, discusses the therapeutic benefits of CBD products, as well as what retailers should look for when evaluating suppliers in this fast-growing category.
With the right knowledgebase and a well-curated selection of stain and odor products, pet specialty retailers can position themselves as the go-to resource for shoppers dealing with the messy side of pet ownership.
Sarah Salva, director of marketing for H&C Animal Health, discusses how the company’s growing product lineup is helping pets live happier, healthier lives.
It is up to the pet industry to continue to inform the general public about the benefits of pets.
A short, modified Westie trim that stays true to breed standards may be the perfect groom for an aging pet.
This year’s Petfood Forum will emphasize transparency in the pet food supply and how the industry can build greater consumer confidence.
Mary Helen Horn, president of Ziwi USA, explains how the company is revolutionizing pet nutrition with its unique approach to crafting alternative-to-raw diets.
Public education and improved care are two keys to the continued health of a vibrant and diverse pet industry.
Although many dogs have gone grain-free, there are still pet owners who have not yet jumped on board, giving pet specialty retailers plenty of opportunity to tap into this profitable category.
The most important feline nutrition trends in pet stores include raw, natural and a focus on high-quality proteins.