A new study from the AVMA reveals clear trends in the popularity of both traditional and exotic pets in America.
Getting these two species to the point of companionship isn't an overnight process.
Retailers should ensure that their staff and customers understand the basics of caring for these popular pets.
In an interview with Pet Business, the CEO discussed how the big-box pet store chain is evolving.
Retailers should build an emergency section in their stores to help customers with disaster preparations for their pets.
A new study found correlation between childhood pet ownership and business acumen.
Make sure it's the most wonderful time of the year for your pets, too.
A new survey identifies three key trends to expect in the world of pets.
With the trade war raising tariffs on imported American pet food in China, U.S. manufacturers may be missing out on a valuable market.
Traditional pet retailers reveal their strategies for fighting back against the rising tide of internet competition.
When people don't have the time or money to invest in cats or dogs, they turn to smaller, easier pets. But is there really such a thing?
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Here are 10 facts to help keep your customers informed.
A recent survey reveals how the expectations of brick-and-mortar stores compare to online retailers.
Retailers should be prepared for the busy fourth quarter with a lineup of products that meet a variety of needs.
Just in time for Halloween, here are some things you probably didn't know about these misunderstood and mysterious felines.
A recent retailer survey conducted by Pet Business suggests that the number of pet stores seeing year-over-year sales increases is at a five-year high.
A letter to the editors of Pet Business takes issue with several elements of a recent blog post on “shock collar” bans.
Retailers should carry a robust section of products that cater to a growing population of senior pets.
A new survey reveals how much owners are willing to shell out for on-demand help with their furry friends.
Overuse is taking a toll on man's best friend.