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.
Pet Business, Wholesalepet.com and the organizers of Global Pet Expo recognized eight outstanding pet retailers at Thursday’s Retailer Excellence Awards presentation.
Awards in a variety of pet categories were presented during a ceremony on the show floor.
The 2018 Pet Business Top 25 Retailers list shows that North America’s largest pet store chains continued to experience phenomenal growth over the past year—a trend that shows no signs of slowing.
Glo-Marr has managed to stay relevant for over 50 years despite the increasing competition and an ever-changing market.
The CountryMax chain unifies its many locations through standout store design and a reputation built on excellence.
Meeting the demand for goods that help pet parents easily manage their animals’ waste means that manufacturers are creating innovative tools and multi-purpose solutions.
This selection of automatic fountains and feeders can make mealtime even easier for pet parents.
Forming relationships with legislators is the first step in protecting your business.
A recent study conducted for the Pet Industry Distributors Association revealed a close correlation between business success and how a retailer gathers business intelligence.
Victor Phillpotts, vice president of business development for Star brite Inc., discusses how his company’s PERFORMACIDE disinfectant/deodorizer can ensure a healthy environment for pets in the store and at home.
Data collected in GfK’s Pet POS panel reveals that brands tailored for the neighborhood pet channel are outperforming their counterparts in other segments of the market.
This year’s Petfood Forum will emphasize transparency in the pet food supply and how the industry can build greater consumer confidence.
Good customer service is imperative to running a successful business.
Paul Cannella, president and founder of PoopBags.com, discusses how his company continues to stand out in the pet industry more than a decade after it first innovated the pick-up bags category.