Pet â€˜n Shape president, Ahdee Abramson, talks about his company's success in the freeze-dried treat category and why the company continues striving to revolutionize the category. By Lindsey Wojcik
The pet identification category has gotten a big boost from improvements in technology and an influx of fashion-inspired design.
KollerCraft remains dedicated to innovating aquatic and pet-toy lines as it celebrates its 70th year.
As Angels’ Eyes evolves with the industry, the company remains dedicated to providing exceptional customer service.
The introduction of T-Kennel’s modular kennel system over 25 years ago solved an old problem, and it is a solution that continues to evolve.
After more than three decades in the dog-apparel business, Fashion Pet is launching an exciting new brand that is sure to keep the company at the head of the pack.
After nine years of steady growth, Wholesalepet.com has re-launched with a multitude of new features and additional benefits for retailers.
Vetscience is shaking up the canine nutrition segment with its Fruitables line of natural weight-management and digestive health products.
Jaradén’s pet-travel-related products combine upmarket design with functionality to appeal to the most discerning of pet owners.
Bio-Groom celebrates its 40th anniversary by continuing to produce a healthy assortment of pet products, while staying sharply focused on quality.
In recent years company president Tony de Vos has led the way in creating a new Cardinal–more devoted to pets, people and the planet than ever.
The Kyjen Company is innovating the pet industry with a growing lineup of products designed to keep dogs active and engaged.
Ainsworth Pet Nutrition marries a strong core business with new acquisitions and brand innovation to form a company that drives traffic and sales.
Pioneer aims to infuse the independent retail market with innovation.
At Espree, each product is a unique blend of advanced technology and natural, organic, human-grade ingredients for safe and smart grooming products.
Tropiclean succeeds by focusing on what it does best and committing to being all natural and “green.”
Pet King Brand’s line of enzymatic ear and skin therapies has been used by veterinarians for over ten years, and now it is available to the retail market.
WellPet prides itself not only on making the healthiest natural products for pets, but also on supporting specialty retailers, whom they consider the backbone of the industry.
Launched nearly a decade ago as one of the first producers of frozen raw diets for dogs and cats, Nature’s Variety has evolved into one of the preeminent names in holistic pet nutrition.
Farnam has come a long way from the street in Omaha, Neb. that it was named after.