The Pet Leadership Council’s Pet Friendly Housing Initiative aims to expand the options available to pet owners when searching for a home.
Retailers should be able to recognize customer satisfaction levels, and adjust to meet the needs of customers.
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.
Traveling with birds can be mentally and physically taxing, but being prepared can help ease this stress.
Ferrets have specific needs that pet parents must know before bringing home these lively creatures.
When it comes to fish food, retailers should stock packaged diets, as well as fresh and frozen foods, to compete with big-box and chain stores.
When it comes to snakes, ball pythons are superstars and retailers should educate themselves on this species.
Jeff Valdez, customer care manager for Pets Global, discusses the company’s popular Zignature and Fussie Cat food brands, as well as its new high-protein Essence diets.
Q3 growth increased 145 percent year after year.
The company will introduce two new dental products and feature its EcoBath products.
Katie Kasten joined the team.
The company received additional investment to support operations and growth.
The contest runs until March 23.
The new line is intended for everyday use.
The new line includes 100 percent human-grade, customizable dog recipes.
The company teamed up with Grumpy Cat Limited to create the line.
The Nutrish line was created by Rachael Ray.