When it comes to marketing pet technology, there needs to be a balance between demonstrating its purpose while highlighting its advantages.
The stain and odor management category is an opportunity for retailers to showcase their knowledge and point customers in the right direction.
Baked and bakery-style dog treats are hits with dog owners seeking to give their pets a tasty, pleasurable, yet still wholesome snack, providing retailers with nice opportunities for impulse-buys and add-on sales.
For more than 150 years, the family behind Fromm Family Pet Food has been a pillar of the local communities in which their American dream became a reality.
The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council and Pet Industry Distributors Association have collaborated on a new resource to help protect human and animal health.
Merchandising is key when it comes to encouraging repeat sales of leashes, collars and harnesses.
Properly marketing your salon is a must if you want to produce a steady stream of regular clients.
Growing awareness of cat’s dietary supplement and health needs is driving demand in pet stores.
Michael Stoeckle, president and CEO of Ark Naturals, discusses how the company developed its complementary portfolio of pet health products.
Whether on the go or at home, these bowls will help pets have an enjoyable eating experience.
These powerful tools will drive revenue growth and inspire customer loyalty.
Grain-inclusive diets can fill the nutritional voids in a pet’s diet.
Manufacturers are standing by their grain-free products as healthy and beneficial options for pet parents.
Creative and flavorful additions to a pet’s food can provide a boost of nutrition to benefit their overall health.
Today, pet parents don’t need to feel guilty about treating their animals thanks to functional treats with healthful ingredients.
As awareness among dog owners about the contribution good oral care makes to a pet’s health increases, interest in this category is growing stronger—especially as manufacturers devise easy-to-use and effective products.
When buying pet furniture to suit their homes, consumers want to see products displayed in a way that will help create a vision for their spaces.
Giving good advice, helping solve problems and creatively merchandising house training products can result in strong sales and lifelong customers.
Driven by an unparalleled love for dogs, a deep knowledge of pet nutrition and a commitment to personalized, caring customer service, Nancy Guinn has built Dog Krazy into a five-store success story with continued growth on the horizon.
Glenn Novotny, CEO of Emerald Pets, explains how his company’s commitment to sourcing and making its products in the U.S. ensures safety and quality.