Ed Owens, vice president of engineering for American Wood Fibers, explains how the company is leveraging more than 50 years of experience to create high-quality pet litter and bedding products.
Glo-Marr has managed to stay relevant for over 50 years despite the increasing competition and an ever-changing market.
Forming relationships with legislators is the first step in protecting your business.
A recent study conducted for the Pet Industry Distributors Association revealed a close correlation between business success and how a retailer gathers business intelligence.
Victor Phillpotts, vice president of business development for Star brite Inc., discusses how his company’s PERFORMACIDE disinfectant/deodorizer can ensure a healthy environment for pets in the store and at home.
Paul Cannella, president and founder of PoopBags.com, discusses how his company continues to stand out in the pet industry more than a decade after it first innovated the pick-up bags category.
In seven short years, ZippyPaws has evolved from an ambitious startup toy company to a fast-growing, recognizable brand with an increasingly diverse product lineup.
PIJAC and the pet industry must come together to fight harmful legislation in the upcoming year.
Mary Helen Horn, president of Ziwi USA, explains how the company is revolutionizing pet nutrition with its unique approach to crafting alternative-to-raw diets.
The intrinsic value of World Pet Association events is that they enable pet industry professionals to join their tribe and reignite their passions.
Eric Abbey, president and founder of Loving Pets Products, discusses how the company constantly invests in providing only the highest quality products for the benefit of pets and retailers alike.
John Howe, CEO of Manna Pro, discusses how his company continues to expand the diverse range of products it offers for nurturing animal health and enhancing the bonds between pets and their owners.
The Pet Leadership Council is playing a vital role in propelling the pet industry forward on a number of fronts.
Public education and improved care are two keys to the continued health of a vibrant and diverse pet industry.
The pet industry experienced both success and failure in fighting harmful legislation this year while building strong foundations for the future.
A new study conducted by the Pet Industry Distributors Association is revealing what retailers want from their pet product distributors.
Fabrizio Perez, marketing director at Snif-Snax, discusses the company’s commitment to producing only the highest-quality salmon treats.
As retailers satisfy consumer demand for pet products that are made in the USA, customers are discovering local sources for quality goods.
Dr. Dana Tomlinson, research nutritionist for Zinpro Corporation, discusses how the company is using key minerals to improve the health and performance of pets.
A pet industry veteran reflects on a long, successful career and offers his thoughts on how to ensure a bright future.