Skin and coat care innovations help ease pets’ irritations, resulting in happier, healthier pets.
From products that contain CBD to those that come as transdermal gels, supplements are changing in innovative and exciting ways.
To build a well-balanced healthcare department, retailers must consider a pet’s potential long-term and short-term needs.
When it comes to selecting products to carry in stores, patriotism is in high demand.
Dried and dehydrated pet foods allow retailers to offer the nutritional power of raw diets—minus the moisture and perceived safety risks.
This collection of baked and gourmet treats will leave dogs begging for more.
It’s important for groomers to understand how skin works in order to protect it while grooming.
This cut is short enough to be practical while keeping the overall look of the Bichon, making it perfect for dogs that are active in the great outdoors.
As Mother Nature entices more dog owners and their pals to hit the trails, parks and beaches, the outdoor gear category is firing up with products designed to keep the adventure fun and safe for both.
Dog beds must be comfortable and stylish, and take up minimal space in stores.
Retailers should embrace the continually growing cat toy market to benefit both customers and sales.
The 2019 edition of Pet Business’ Top 25 Retailers list reveals that the pet specialty channel’s premier chains continue to expand at an incredible pace.
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.
As more pet parents embrace vegan and vegetarian diets, they’re looking to feed their dogs the same. Retailers should educate themselves on this trend to ensure a successful future in dog food sales.
When it comes to ensuring that pets are properly protected from fleas and/or ticks, there’s no room for passivity. Tackling the problem before it occurs is key to avoiding a harmful, irritating infestation.
As pet parents are working longer hours and leaving pups at home for extended periods of time, retailers should capitalize on sales of automated feeders and fountains.
Keeping dogs clean is a priority, but with the busy schedules of pet parents there might not be time for a full groom, spurring sales in between-bath products.
Retailers can capitalize on the increasing number of traveling cats by stocking carriers that cater to felines’ comfort, safety and sensibilities.
Eco-friendliness is gaining attention as pet owners seek environmentally responsible pet supplies.
Retailers should be able to recognize customer satisfaction levels, and adjust to meet the needs of customers.