Pet food manufacturers need to be transparent about their products to stay ahead of misinformation.
Annual APOP survey reveals pet parents’ and veterinarians’ attitudes on hot topics in the pet food category.
All organizations that have a hand in the pet supply should be held to the same standard.
Spring doesn’t just bring showers; it also brings pests that pose a danger to pet health.
The American Pet Products Association and Pet Industry Distributors Association have been vital to the success of the entire pet care market.
A new survey from the streaming service reveals owners’ TV watching habits with pets.
Celebrate Pet First Aid Awareness Month by ensuring pet parents know how to respond during a medical emergency.
Traveling with dogs is on the rise and hotels are taking specific measures to meet this influx of furry guests.
Springtime can leave owners and pets alike suffering from uncomfortable allergy symptoms.
Affirm your position as an educational resource by informing your customers about heartworm prevention.
The spiraling health of the country’s premier toy store chain provides some tough lessons that every specialty retailer should heed.
The recent death of a dog on a United Airlines flight is a reminder about the importance of pet travel safety education.
The Heroes for Healthy Pets Infectious Disease Management Certification Program serves as a reminder to all retailers about the importance of pet healthcare management.
General Mills' purchase of one of the pet specialty channel's leading pet food brands could have serious implications for pet stores.
There are a variety of factors that pet retailers must consider before choosing the right spot to open a store.
A new survey reveals just how much Millennials love their pets, and how they spend their money.
The pet care market has undergone an incredible evolution over the years.
Some pet businesses and organizations have viewed the 2018 Winter Olympics as a valuable marketing opportunity.
Educate your customers about the importance of pet theft prevention and preparedness.
If you forgot to get your favorite animal a gift for Valentine’s Day, don’t worry.