The ongoing partnership between the Pet Industry Distributors Association and American Pet Products Association is proving that, when working together, various elements of the pet industry can accomplish great things.
The long-term health of the pet industry will require collaboration among its many segments to fight legislative and regulatory threats.
What does J. M. Smucker, a company known for its peanut butter, jelly and coffee, want with a pet food and treat company?
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Will Chen, founder and CEO of P.L.A.Y. (Pet Lifestyle And You), discusses his company's approach to creating pet beds and toys that deliver real value to pet retailers and their customers.
The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council is closely monitoring and working on a number of current and emerging issues facing the ornamental aquarium industry.
According to executive vice president Leslie Yellin, Multipet International brings a number of key resources to the partnerships it forms with retailers.
Retailers should make a New Year's resolution to be more politically engaged in order to protect their bottom line from onerous legislation.
David Fine, co-owner of Bark n Bag, discusses how the company caters to consumers' travel needs and fashion sense with its eco-friendly approach to pet carrier design.
A recent study from the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative Foundation reveals that 97 percent of doctors believe there are health benefits to owning a pet.
C.J. Pomerantz, vice president of marketing for Advantek Marketing, Inc., discusses his company's evolving brand identity, as well as its efforts to help the shelter community.
The success of the Pets in the Classroom program is being measured one child at a time.
PIJAC examines how the 2014 midterm election results may affect the pet specialty industry in the year ahead.
Jonathan Zelinger, president of Ethical Products, Inc., discusses the newest additions to his company's comprehensive lineup of pet products, as well its efforts to support U.S. veterans.
Dr. Christine Bessent, DVM, CEO of Herbsmith, Inc., discusses how her holistic veterinary practice and commitment to educating retailers and consumers alike has shaped her company.
Pet retailers can make the most of the busy fourth-quarter shopping season by following five easy steps.
Lyndsey Myers, marketing director for Response Products, discusses how her company is addressing pets' health needs with supplements formulated with the highest-quality ingredients.
Tuffy's Pet Foods general manager Jon Ebeling and sales manager Dan Schmitz discuss how a new production facility will contribute to the company's efficiency, product safety and growth.