Carmen Slaven, product marketing manager for ConairPRO Pet, discusses the latest innovations from one of the most familiar and trusted brands in the home grooming category.
Pet health is a major concern, and the more retailers understand what pet parents are looking for, the more products they will sell.
Making a strategic acquisition can be a great way to grow your business, but only if you do the proper due diligence.
Treating pets doesn’t have to be an indulgence. Today’s pet parents want all-natural snacks and chews that support pet health—and they’re willing to pay for it.
The trend toward natural foods is here to stay, and retailers should educate themselves in order to properly serve their customers.
Whether keeping pets in—or threats out—pet gates, pens and crates help consumers keep their homes peaceful and secure.
While great scissor work depends on having the right tools and technique, it actually begins before you even pick up a pair of shears.
How technology is shaping the present and future of pet retail.
The first-ever Washington fly-in will give pet industry professionals the chance to meet with officials in Congress to discuss legislation and regulations.
Five retailers discuss the opportunities and challenges that come with offering grooming services and self-service dog washes in pet stores.
When it comes to selecting a point-of-sale system, retailers should examine key features that can improve the efficiency and profits of their business.
Two M&A experts share valuable guidelines for navigating a process that is always complicated and often overwhelming for business owners.
At the annual pet industry trade show in Las Vegas, manufacturers revealed which trends they are betting on in 2018 and beyond.
Words won’t be able to fully convey the energy and excitement found at this year’s SuperZoo, which took place June 26-28 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Who says you have to choose between functional pet products and beautiful home décor?
Retailers should carry on-trend fashion items that cater to multiple tastes, lifestyles and occasions.
Pet businesses need to keep in touch with their constituents to ensure a lasting relationship.
As more young pet owners embrace an active way of life, they are bringing their pets along for the journey.
Located in Santa Fe, N.M, Teca Tu embraces its community and regional culture in every aspect of its business, making it a standout pet specialty retailer in its home city and beyond.
The president and CEO of the American Pet Products Association reflects on his time in the pet industry and lays out his expectations for the future.