This range of standout products makes walking dogs easier by offering convenient cleanup solutions, innovative collars and leashes, and essential identification tags.
Retailers can provide valuable tips and personalized product recommendations that help pets stay safe during the dog days of summer.
It is up to the pet industry to continue to inform the general public about the benefits of pets.
Libby He, marketing and ecommerce director for PetPals Group, discusses how the company is making life better for felines and their owners with a wide range of functional, eco-friendly furniture and toys.
James Brandly, content writer and public relations manager for TropiClean, discusses the company’s wide range of solution-oriented products and strong commitment to community service.
Retailers are adding vaccination events, veterinary clinics and other health-related services to their traditional pet store offerings.
These supplements and functional treats can be seamlessly incorporated into a pet’s diet in order to improve health and wellness.
From providing fast first-aid to healing animal ailments, these health products keep pets safe and comfortable.
Retailers need to stay up-to-date on the latest oral, skin and coat care innovations.
Building an effective team of employees for your salon will require finding candidates who not only have the necessary skills, but also fit the image of your brand.
Bathing a dog seems like it should be easy, but there are so many things to consider if you’re going to do it right.
Just like the most important issues in real estate are “Location, Location and Location,” the most important elements of table safety when grooming are “Control, Control and Control.”
These well-designed lift grooming tables can go a long way in saving wear and tear on a pet stylist’s body and making the grooming process more efficient.
A short, modified Westie trim that stays true to breed standards may be the perfect groom for an aging pet.
As concern about the origin of pet food and supplies continues to grow, retailers should stock more products made in the USA.
Dogs aren’t the only animal companions traveling with their owners. Cats are also on the move, which is influencing how pet carriers are designed and marketed.
This wide selection of dog and cat treats can help pet parents train, reward and spoil their furry friends.
Chad J. Tillman, national sales manager for Grizzly Pet Products, discusses how the company has maintained its position as a market leader in pet nutrition by providing a growing lineup of high-quality products that support the health of pets.
Peter Johnson, CEO, Petface Ltd., discusses how his company is building on its success in Britain to bring innovative pet care brands to retailers worldwide.
Ed Owens, vice president of engineering for American Wood Fibers, explains how the company is leveraging more than 50 years of experience to create high-quality pet litter and bedding products.