Worldwise is proving that it is possible to offer retailers and consumers a well-rounded lineup of quality, affordable pet products while staying committed to eco-friendly practices.
With the cost of being an employer increasing on multiple fronts, it is imperative that pet specialty retailers understand the true value of store staff and tailor their compensation accordingly.
Under the leadership of founder and CEO Michael Landa, Nulo Pet Food is changing the conversation about how pet owners nourish their four-legged companions.
Six prominent industry executives discuss the key forces that will shape the future of pet retailing.
While it is still a relatively young company, Pack â€˜n Pride has quickly learned what it takes to be successful in the highly competitive dog treat category.
Born from a parent company founded more than 160 year ago, Old Mill Pet Products is bringing old-fashioned commitment to modern dog treats
Pet Business examines three major challenges that threaten the pet industry's well-being, and how retailers should prepare for what it is to come.
Having built Cardinal Laboratories on a foundation of innovation, Tony de Vos has created a company â€œdevoted to pets, people and the planet.â€
The 2014 Pet Business Top 25 Retailers List reveals that North America's mid-sized pet specialty chains continue to grow stronger-thanks, in large part, to a clear focus on service and nutrition.
With the 12th-annual Industry Recognition Awards, Pet Business honors the ground-breaking products that are driving growth in the pet care market.
Martin J. Glinsky, Ph.D., chief science officer for PetMatrix, LLC, discusses how his company is improving the dog chew category by leaps and bounds.
Multipet is helping pet stores thrive with its unique lineup of fun, high-quality toys that deliver excitement, and sales.
Pure Puppy's Heather and Eric Hillman, a former Major League Baseball player, discuss how their company stands out from the competition by offering grooming products that are truly natural and safe for pets and the planet.
Retailers and manufacturers in the aquatics segment of the pet industry are rethinking their strategies and adjusting to meet the challenging market forces they face today.
Rick Geller, president and CEO of Vital Source Group, discusses the innovative approach his company takes with its all-natural Pack â€˜N Pride dog treats.
Savvy Beast Treats owner and president Queny Villanueva discusses how the young company's DogStars treats reflect her commitment to pure, natural nutrition for dogs.
Five retail executives discuss the pet industry's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, as well as how these factors are impacting their businesses.
Glenn A. Novotny, vice president of sales and marketing for Emerald Pet Products, reveals how retailers can capitalize on the latest trends in pet treats.
John Hatcher, president of EzyDog, discusses the growing popularity of products designed for pet owners who lead an active lifestyle, and how his company has stayed at the forefront of this emerging category.
David Sarnowski, COO of Gramercy Products, Inc., discusses how his company's Nerf Dog line is leveraging a well-known brand and innovative product design to generate excitement in the toy category.