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Max Potential

The CountryMax chain unifies its many locations through standout store design and a reputation built on excellence.

Can I See Some ID?

New technology makes investing in pet ID products easier, more affordable and smarter than ever before.

Pet Health Is Serious Business

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.

Finding Opportunity

The pet identification product category has found its rightful place at retail as demand grows.

Walking the Walk: An Interview with Bryce LaDuc

True lifestyle brands embody their identity not only within their own company, but in who they choose to work with to develop the business and spread the word about their mission and products.

Letting Their Hair—and Fur—Down

Conair, long a household name in human grooming products, has been gaining momentum in the pet products business.

Name Your Price

By re-evaluating their approach to sales margins, retailers can identify missed opportunities for potential profit and build a stronger foundation for their business.

A Heritage of Helping

Through providing premium pet goods and coordinating community fundraising, Greenwich, Conn.-based Pet Pantry Warehouse has built a legacy of trust with its clients over more than 70 years.

Tech it Out!

Electronic wizardry is redesigning the relationship between people and their pets.

Picking-up on What Pets are Leaving Down

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.

Mealtime for Exotic Pets

Consumers have developed a big appetite for high-quality food and treats formulated for reptiles, birds, fish and small mammals.

Traveling in Style and Comfort

Innovations in pet carriers include everything from enhanced safety features to fashionable colors.

The Fanatic Lifestyle

Licensed products can open up a world of opportunities for pet retailers.

‘Tis the Season for Toys and Treats

As the holidays approach, pet parents want to involve their furry friends in the festivities as much as possible by gifting them themed goodies.

Stylish Solutions

While safety remains a top priority for pet containment products, many pet owners now also see visual appeal as a deciding factor when selecting a gate, pen or crate.

True Partners

Pet industry distributors’ growth is inextricably tied to independent retailers’ success.

Cool for the Summer

Retailers can provide valuable tips and personalized product recommendations that help pets stay safe during the dog days of summer.

Make It Rain

This selection of automatic fountains and feeders can make mealtime even easier for pet parents.

FURnished in Style

Humanization in the pet industry is driving a desire for pet furniture that strikes a balance between fashion and function.

Rawhide Rundown

Dogs will salivate over these tasty treats that provide both entertainment and health benefits.
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