Successfully navigate the blurred lines of today’s omnichannel pet market requires a broad view.
One of the best ways to ensure retail success is to employ a team of hardworking, motivated store employees.
As the weather gets warmer, pet parents bring their furry friends on all sorts of adventures. Retailers should educate themselves on this important sales category.
Manufacturers are working to educate consumers and retailers about the booming raw diet category.
Since its inaugural edition in 2005, Global Pet Expo has been the pet industry’s premiere trade show for a number of great reasons.
You’re invited to deliver the message to elected representatives that pets are important for human health and quality of life.
Having the right staff recruitment and retention strategies in place is key to retail success.
Molly Mulcahy, vice president of brand marketing for Stella & Chewy’s, discusses how this raw food pioneer continues to innovate in one of the fast-growing pet nutrition categories.
Josh Wiesenfeld, founder of Boxiecat, explain why his company's cat litter is cleaner, healthier and longer lasting than other options on the market.
Lee Albright, owner of Albright’s Raw Dog Food, discusses why his company stands out in one of the fastest-growing pet nutrition categories.
With so many choices in the dog toy aisle, retailers need to be strategic about which items they stock and how they’re presented to shoppers.
Retailers should research the natural grooming products they stock to be better informed and able to guide customers in the best direction for their pet.
Skin and coat care innovations help ease pets’ irritations, resulting in happier, healthier pets.
From products that contain CBD to those that come as transdermal gels, supplements are changing in innovative and exciting ways.
To build a well-balanced healthcare department, retailers must consider a pet’s potential long-term and short-term needs.
Oxbow Animal Health has spent the past four decades making a difference in the lives of pets and their owners by committing to four fundamental principles—quality, innovation, education and appreciation.
When it comes to selecting products to carry in stores, patriotism is in high demand.
Dried and dehydrated pet foods allow retailers to offer the nutritional power of raw diets—minus the moisture and perceived safety risks.
PIJAC has introduced comprehensive recommendations developed by a collaborative effort from the pet care, veterinary and health care communities.
In addition to products, distributors are a source of essential sales support.