Make no mistake about it, toys are valuable items—and not just for a store’s bottom line.
To increase sales in the category, display leashes, collars and harnesses in a way that emphasizes value, unique design, functionality and fun.
Gates, crates, carriers and pens can become a dynamic, interactive element of any store’s merchandising mix.
After a long, cold winter inside, retailers can help encourage customers and their dogs to step outside into the sunshine and fresh air.
Besides making dogs happy and compliant, treats and chews might be the single most powerful product category a store can have in tough economic times.
Storeowners who provide products that support diverse training programs can greatly increase store traffic and add-on sales.
The rising cost of pet food is causing problems for businesses struggling to compete in this industry, so storeowners must find creative ways to attract customers to the nutrition aisle.
In tough economic times, retailers must be attentive to the shifting spending behaviors of customers, but that doesn’t mean abandoning style.
Beds hold healthy margins and, with the right in-store merchandising, can help differentiate a store from its competitors.
More time inside, along with the need to stay warm and to keep mentally and physically stimulated can mean a winter boost for pet retail sales.
As fun as toys may be for dogs, this product category means serious business for retailers.
Canine wellness is a concept that retailers can use to provide information and market products that will meet the needs of their customers.
Though a staple product category, storeowners can use collars, leashes and harnesses to create exciting displays that will boost the store’s bottom line.
The summer months are the perfect time for retailers to promote dog hydration products.
Gates and pens present some particularly unique selling challenges, but retailers have a unique opportunity when it comes to promoting this product category.
The dog days of summer are filled with travel, leisure and plenty of outdoor activity, and retailers can help keep dogs safe with a seasonal products, advice and services.
Treats, chews and other snacks contribute to high profit margins and repeat sales for pet stores.
Because it’s pet dental health month, February is the perfect time to educate customers about how to take care of their dogs’ teeth.