Educate your customers about the importance of pet theft prevention and preparedness.
If you forgot to get your favorite animal a gift for Valentine’s Day, don’t worry.
For the first time since 2001, a bichon frisé took the top prize at the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
As Amazon ramps up its focus on the pet category, here's how you can learn from its approach to innovation.
Pet specialty retailers can gain some valuable lessons from the toy chain, which has fallen on hard times.
A new report from Google found that U.S. consumers are searching for pet-friendly car accessories.
Pet stores can provide extra incentive to shoppers with one simple move.
What can we learn about franchising from two Franchise 500 companies?
When a cat bats a toy, walks down stairs or even steps into a litter box, it favors the use of one front paw over the other.
At the recent Pet Industry Leadership Conference, key executives from Amazon provided insight on the internet retail giant’s strategy for growing its pet business.
Team Fluff may have won the game, but aren’t we all winners with this much cuteness on TV?
The phrase “emotional support peacock” made headlines this week when a woman tried to board a United Airlines flight with her exotic bird in tow.
The latest dating app looks to spark a connection between dog owners and lovers, while providing a platform to connect with local pet businesses.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Here are a few ways to educate your customers about proper dental care.
Who wouldn't want to be able to bring their dog everywhere they go?
As the trend towards pet humanization continues to grow, so does the market for catering to pet parents’ desire to provide their furry friends the same nutritional food as them.
With a growing selection of holiday-themed pet products, Valentine’s Day is going to the dogs.
Retailers who offer raw diets must be prepared to answer tough questions from customers who are getting conflicting advice from their pets' healthcare providers.
This flu season is rough for humans and dogs alike.
While there are any number of ways pet retailers can promote their businesses, not all methods will pay off.