Michael Stoeckle, president and CEO of Ark Naturals, discusses how the company is well positioned to continue its role as a pioneer in pet supplements and dental care.
Steve Smith, co-founder and president of Pet Releaf, discusses how tight control over the entire manufacturing process enables the company to offer unsurpassed quality control and consistency in all of its products.
The 17th-annual Pet Business Industry Recognition Award celebrates the best that the pet care category has to offer.
Manufacturers point to research that indicates how supplements can help support pet health.
Transparency and communication are more important than ever.
How can pet owners easily manage all the stuff they need when traveling with their four-legged friends?
Pet diets with abbreviated ingredients lists are on the rise, but retailers must understand what these foods offer and how to evaluate the options on the market to succeed in this category.
Retailers should take advantage of the vast variety of catnip and cat grass options to please finicky felines.
Although the animals may be small, their nutritional needs are big.
Retailers should take a cue from these successful pet specialty stores when establishing a merchandising plan for their shops.
This amazing ingredient has already proven to bring a host of benefits to health and beauty products formulated for humans. Now Cardinal Pet Care is bringing those benefits to our four-legged friends with its EcoBath Manuka Honey line.
The Made in the USA trend is putting the patriotism back in pet supplies.
Antlers and other dog chews are gaining popularity as consumers seek a variety of long-lasting chews.
Grooming and pet service professionals converge on the Atlanta Pet Fair & Conference.
Ken Ludwick, manager of Tasman’s Natural Pet, explains how tight control over where and how the company’s raw materials are obtained enable it to reliably produce safe, high-quality rawhide chews.
Pet specialty retailers should make the effort to talk with their elected representatives as early as possible.
The pet industry is ever changing. Preparing your employees to be flexible can make these changes more seamless.
John Davies, president and cofounder of Lintbells, discusses his company’s focus on consistently providing high-quality, safe and efficacious supplements for pets.
Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Midland does its part to support a growing national franchise.
Barton O’Brien, founder and CEO of BAYDOG, explains how this young company is helping independent pet retailers stand out with a growing lineup of high-quality dog accessories.