Sara Kuris-Morgan, founder and CEO of Frenchie’s Kitchen, discusses how her company’s human-grade, made-in-the-USA diets meet the demands of today’s discerning pet owners.
Offering allergen-free foods and helping the community has been a winning formula for TailsSpin.
Keeping up with the latest developments in pet nutrition is essential for retailers who want to successfully drive dog and cat food sales.
With more emphasis on pet health, dietary supplements are quickly becoming a major profit center for retailers.
Brushing a pet’s teeth is nobody’s idea of a good time. Luckily, there is a wide range of alternative oral care solutions available to today’s pet owners.
Pet healthcare items can help consumers perform first aid and apply other remedies.
While ownership of reptiles, birds and small mammals may not be as prevalent as dog and cat ownership in U.S. households, these small pets can mean big profits for retailers that offer the right nutritional products.
Franchise operations have proven to be a force in the world of pet retailing, thanks to the valuable guidance that they provide to storeowners and the consistent experience they offer shoppers.
Dog owners want to participate in summer outdoor activities, and retailers and manufacturers are helping pups stay safe.
By encouraging customers to have their animals microchipped, retailers and service providers can promote responsible pet ownership and help cast our industry in a positive light.
In order to cultivate a loyal customer base, pet store employees must first know what they are really selling.
Bobbi Panter, owner of Bobbi Panter Pet Products, discusses her recent partnership with Antwan André Patton, better known as Big Boi from the hip-hop duo Outkast.
Today’s pet bowls, diners and feeders do more than just hold food and water. They play a big role in keeping dogs healthy, encouraging activity and providing peace of mind for pet owners.
Manufacturers in the natural flea and tick solutions category are prioritizing alternatives to chemical ingredients.
By stocking up on great products and providing smart customer service, retailers can make feline travel products a real profit center.
The Pet Express retail chain seeks to elevate standards in the live-animal sales sector of the industry by setting the example and collaborating with retailers and breeders to raise the bar.
Pet specialty retailers are leveraging the synergies between pet services and product sales in order to thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Having developed a formidable presence in the world of pet fashion, Pet Life is branching out into new product categories such as pet tech and nutritional supplements.
A new study from the American Pet Products Association details the changing demographic profile of today’s pet parents.
Barbara Denzer, vice president of marketing for Cardinal Pet Care, reveals how the company is tapping into the latest nutrition trends to offer retailers a winning lineup of treats.