The parent company of TEEF! is donating human dental hygiene lozenges to senior care facilities impacted by COVID-19.
Pale Morning Media will support the outdoor dog brand's strategic communications.
Rendezvous Marketing Group will manage the company's marketing and PR initiatives.
The program is designed to help retailers and industry partners prepare for opening doors and growing revenue.
PetRageous Designs' Silly Kitty, Sassy’s Scratcher offers cats entertainment while preserving their owner's furniture.
Tall Tail's Glow in the Dark Fetch Balls make it easier for pets to play after the sun has gone down.
The company added Central Pet Distribution as a distribution partner for Colorado and Northern New Mexico.
The Fresh Start program will provide financial aid to animal rescues and shelters.
The hand sanitizer will be donated to local hospitals, food banks and first responders across the state.
It’s time to take a retrospective look at how the FDA’s report on the alleged connection between DCM and grain-free dog food impacted and changed the pet industry.
Increasingly, pet parents are turning to health and wellness products similar to those used for their own personal well-being in order to treat their animals—including those that contain CBD.
Identifying the ways to treat and properly care for a dog’s skin and coat will help lead customers to the products best fit for their pets.
The bedding category is a popular destination for owners focused on giving their dogs the quality slumber they deserve.
The latest trends in cat litter include natural, sustainable and behavioral benefits.
There’s always going to be a need for pet products, but how pet stores navigate the uncertain future of retailing will have a huge impact on their ability to remain competitive.
Whether it’s by plane, train or car, pet parents need to be prepared for any situation when traveling with their furry friends.
Jeff Dickerson, CEO of DaySmart Software—makers of 123Pet Software—explains how the company’s technology helps make managing pet services easier than ever.
The success of Connecticut-based retailer NorthPoint Pets and Company illustrates the importance of prioritizing service over sales to build customer loyalty.
Small pets, like ferrets and rodents, need specific products to lead long, healthy and stimulating lives.
Alison Cremeans, director of marketing for MiracleCorp, discusses the company’s complete line of innovative, solution-driven pet products designed to enhance the human-animal bond.