Humanization in the pet industry is driving a desire for pet furniture that strikes a balance between fashion and function.
Manufacturers are making it easier than ever for pet owners to help their dogs and cats maintain healthy teeth and gums—an essential part of our four-legged friends’ overall wellness.
From adjustable feeders to collapsible bowls, this selection features innovative products that will make mealtime mess-free.
John Howe, CEO of Manna Pro, discusses how his company continues to expand the diverse range of products it offers for nurturing animal health and enhancing the bonds between pets and their owners.
The Pet Leadership Council is playing a vital role in propelling the pet industry forward on a number of fronts.
Local New York non-profit partners with LaGuardia Airport to provide comfort to travelers during the holidays.
There are nine key steps that pet store owners and managers can take to effectively overcome conflicts among their employees.
An informal survey of dog owners provides some insight into what attracts these consumers.
A recent report from Rover.com reveals the top trends in dog names and offers insights into the minds of owners.
Pet Business honors the ground-breaking products that are driving growth in the pet specialty channel with the 16th-annual Industry Recognition Awards.
A growing chain, Petsway has proven its value as a pet retailer through its excellent service and unbridled compassion.
Pet specialty retailers should be sure to take full advantage of the business-boosting features available in today’s leading point-of-sale systems.
The supplement aisle has become a big profit center as shoppers increasingly turn to pet stores for solutions to common health conditions in dogs and cats.
Innovations in pet carriers include everything from enhanced safety features to fashionable colors.
Dogs will salivate over these tasty treats that provide both entertainment and health benefits.
The LADS Pet Supplies open house event fostered valuable industry connections between retailers and their suppliers.
The pet industry experienced both success and failure in fighting harmful legislation this year while building strong foundations for the future.
A new study conducted by the Pet Industry Distributors Association is revealing what retailers want from their pet product distributors.
Great selection and smart marketing can help retailers take advantage of cats’ recent popularity boost to drive sales in catnip products.
Herptile retailers should be ready and able to help aesthetics-minded customers transform a bare-bones enclosure into an attractive piece of décor.