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Licensed products can open up a world of opportunities for pet retailers.
With the holiday season around the corner, it’s time to start merchandising your store with products that are perfect for spreading yuletide cheer.
As more dog owners embrace the benefits of freeze-dried products, the category is taking off, affording pet specialty retailers the opportunity to strengthen customer loyalty and profits.
Taking the home-grooming experience beyond a simple clean cut, retailers have identified the demand for luxurious products to soothe and indulge pets.
With the right approach to education and merchandising, the first-aid and wound care category offers both an opportunity to build customer relationships and strong sales potential.
The pet industry’s efforts to engage Millennials appear to be paying off quite nicely; but what is being done to build the next generation of pet owners?
By re-evaluating their approach to sales margins, retailers can identify missed opportunities for potential profit and build a stronger foundation for their business.
Pet parents are increasingly choosy when it comes to dog chews, so retailers should invest in a wider variety of natural and non-traditional treats.
Exotic or novel proteins are becoming more popular than ever as pet owners seek variety and nutritional benefits.
Baked and gourmet treats offer fresh, customizable goodness that make them a favorite among pet parents seeking a special reward.
Pet owners are taking pampering to the next level, and pet specialty retailers with the right approach stand to benefit.
Brick-and-mortar pet retailers can effectively defend their market share from online competitors by making the shopping experience easier for customers.
The made in the USA trend is becoming more important than ever in pet stores as consumers read more meaning into the phrase.
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.
FasTrax CEO Doug Nolan discusses how pet specialty retailers of all shapes and sizes can streamline their operations and improve sales using the company’s cutting-edge technology solutions.
While it is well positioned for explosive growth, the raw pet food category will require manufacturers and retailers to be diligent about safety to realize its full potential.
Health care isn’t just for humans. As the number of pets increases, so do the opportunities for retailers to help them live longer and healthier lives.
The supplements category is enjoying increased attention and sales activity as dog and cat owners are starting to better understand the benefits these products can bring to their pets.
Pet parents’ concern about nutritional value and ingredient quality isn’t just about choosing the right food anymore—treats are now facing similar scrutiny.