In the wake of an alarming report, it’s crucial for retailers to be a source of reassurance and education for concerned pet parents.
Pet retailers and groomers stood out as the most-visited type of business in nine states on Small Business Saturday, compared to the national average.
How can you be certain that you’re protecting your brand at the same time you’re working so hard to promote it?
Online shopping may be convenient, but new research shows customers still want positive in-person interactions.
Having a canine mascot in your store every day could help foster teamwork among your staff and even drive sales.
Five ways pet stores can get a share of the estimated $15.4 billion that will be spent at local businesses on November 25th.
Help keep your customers’ holidays merry and bright by providing education and tips about pet safety.
Securing that oh-so-sweet gift guide coverage can be a great way to get your products to the top of pet owners' holiday wish list.
What will ensure the pet specialty retail channel’s continued prosperity?
To celebrate Adopt a Senior Pet Month, Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Animal Planet launched a web video series that focuses on how older pets are typically overlooked because of their appearance or behavior.
National Pet Cancer Awareness Month is the perfect time for retailers to help promote preventative health for pets.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando in Florida is harnessing the power of Harry Potter to boost adoptions by sorting dogs into four categories inspired by Hogwarts houses.
Learn how to recognize when too much choice is a bad thing.
National Pet Diabetes Awareness Month is the perfect time for retailers to spread awareness and provide resources to pet owners.
It’s important for retailers to understand theories like this so they won't become victims.
In celebration of National Cat Day taking place on October 29th, here’s a look at some of the top products for cats that we’ve seen this year.
PetSmart's launch of a grooming-only store model offers further proof that services are essential to the future of brick-and-mortar retailers.
A new study suggests that dogs use facial expressions to communicate with humans.
It could have far-reaching consequences that impact everyone who makes a living in the pet industry.
There is no excuse for any pet retailer to not offer the convenience of home delivery for their customers.