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.
Retailers should offer a wide variety of toys to help bird owners keep their clever pets happy, entertained and well-behaved.
Knowing the fundamentals of nutrition can help retailers better understand food labels and evaluate a diet’s suitability for the different life stages of small pets.
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.
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.
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.
Three successful aquatics-focused retailers discuss the unique opportunities and challenges they face in today’s marketplace.
As retailers satisfy consumer demand for pet products that are made in the USA, customers are discovering local sources for quality goods.
These oral care products battle bad breath while keeping pets’ teeth clean and healthy.
The pet identification product category has found its rightful place at retail as demand grows.