Lisa Momberger, co-owner of Honey I’m Home, discusses how the company’s growing lineup of honey-glazed buffalo treats and chews are winning over even the pickiest pets with a unique sweet and salty taste.
Pet businesses need to keep in touch with their constituents to ensure a lasting relationship.
Natalie Hennessy, senior public relations and marketing manager at P.L.A.Y. (Pet Lifestyle and You), discusses how the company takes an environmentally and socially responsible approach to creating a growing lineup of fun and functional products for pets.
Lynda Winkowski, president of Angels’ Eyes, discusses how the company has earned its place as the top provider of tear stain remedies.
Sarah Salva, director of marketing for H&C Animal Health, discusses how the company’s growing product lineup is helping pets live happier, healthier lives.
PIJAC has tackled thousands of bills in the first half of the year and will continue to fight battles of behalf of pet retailers.
Pets in the Classroom is forging a link between teachers, students and pet retailers.
Rodolfo Spielmann, president of pet consumer products at Central Garden & Pet Company, discusses the company’s mission to be a great partner for retailers, as well as contribute to the overall health of pets and the pet care market.
Joe Wallington, president and CEO of Jones Naturals, discusses the company’s carefully developed strategy for ensuring success among independent and pet specialty retailers.
It is up to the pet industry to continue to inform the general public about the benefits of pets.
Libby He, marketing and ecommerce director for PetPals Group, discusses how the company is making life better for felines and their owners with a wide range of functional, eco-friendly furniture and toys.
James Brandly, content writer and public relations manager for TropiClean, discusses the company’s wide range of solution-oriented products and strong commitment to community service.
Sarah Lund, director of marketing for The Pound Bakery and Pedigree Ovens, discusses how the company partners with pet stores to build successful food and treat lines.
All organizations that have a hand in the pet supply should be held to the same standard.
Chad J. Tillman, national sales manager for Grizzly Pet Products, discusses how the company has maintained its position as a market leader in pet nutrition by providing a growing lineup of high-quality products that support the health of pets.
The collaboration of pet business owners and their allies will lead to greater success in achieving legislative goals.
The healing power of pets must be better understood and accepted as a key contributor to human health and wellness.
Peter Johnson, CEO, Petface Ltd., discusses how his company is building on its success in Britain to bring innovative pet care brands to retailers worldwide.
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.