Manufacturers are responding to consumer demand for products that remove, not mask, stains and odors.
First-aid and wound-care products help pet owners care for their injured animals and help retailers become a trusted resource for the local pet-owning community.
Ensuring that pet birds are receiving appropriate amounts of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D is key to maintaining their health.
Retailers that stock a wide variety of habitat designs can both provide the benefits that customers seek and boost sales in the small animal department.
Fish-owning customers often need a little hand-holding and a lot of education when it comes to learning the ins and outs of maintaining water quality.
Litter products rarely get the attention they deserve; but when employees are properly educated, they can be a great boon to a retailer’s business.
Pet owners want more variety in natural dog and cat foods, and manufacturers are responding by developing more products.
What do retail customers look for in a brush and comb? Miracles, that’s what they want.
Dog collars, leashes and harnesses allow pet owners to keep their pets safely, fashionably and comfortably at their sides, while affording retailers a revenue-boosting opportunity.
Retailers can find creative ways to reveal the shy creatures hidden in the nooks and crevices of its herptile displays.
Pet gates, pens and crates must keep animals safe, and not just by securing them inside the house or yard.
Consumers are interested in raw pet food diets, so manufacturers and retailers are expanding their offerings.
Pet travel products help pet owners take their loved ones around the world or around the block.
To successfully add training services to a pet store, retailers must make sure they are working with the right trainer and offering the right instruction.
Everything else has gone high tech. Why not feeding and watering? Automated feeders and fountains are revolutionizing the basics.
Having the right oral-care product assortment creatively displayed will go a long way in helping retailers promote the dental hygiene category.
Pets are hitting the road more than ever before. Thankfully, the market offers consumers a wide range of pet carriers to meet every need.
Keeping a pet's oral hygiene in good shape can combat bad breath and help prevent more serious issues down the road. Here's a look at oral-care products on the market that aim to deter these issues.
Looking closely at sales data and pet-owner attitudes reveals key feline opportunities for pet retailers.
Baked and gourmet treat manufacturers are helping pet owners feel good about pampering their pets, by offering wholesome, healthy options.