Retailers can turn a profit on shampoos and conditioners by working with trusted manufacturers to stock a range of solution-oriented products.
Martha Palmer, director of Wahl Clipper Corporation’s professional animal division, discusses how pet stores can be successful in the home-grooming category.
Alyssa Guertin, brand manager for Pet-Ag, Inc., discusses the company’s commitment to enhancing the lives of “Every Animal. Every Day.”
With a little knowledge about what makes a good tub, any business can find one to suit its needs and budget.
Tackling shedding problems with a wide range of effective solutions can help retailers earn customers’ trust and spark sales in multiple categories.
Retailers can find success in the between-bath category by showing customers how the products can save them time and money.
When combing through the range of clippers available, groomers can ensure they choose the right one by examining their individual preferences, as well as the practical requirements they will have for the tool.
Ear care is a critical component of pet hygiene that is often undervalued by pet owners, but retailers can help get the message out.
Offering a comprehensive assortment of both towels and pet dryers is the best way to ensure that pet owners have what they need when it is time to dry off a soaking wet pet.
Everyone deserves a spa day—even pets. With high-quality, natural products on the shelf, retailers can help owners keep their pets safe, happy and clean.
Extraordinary innovation is leading first-aid-supply manufacturers to create healing products to maximize comfort and ensure pet health.
Choosing the best grooming table for the job is critical for many reasons, not the least of which is reducing work-related injuries and pain.
Given the vital role that clippers play for professional groomers, not to mention their considerable cost, it is important to keep up with routine maintenance.
Pet owners are often seeking the best brushes and combs for their particular pets, as well as a little guidance from experts about proper home grooming care.
When pet owners get the urge to groom their pets themselves, they will need the right tools and perhaps some guidance to get started.
Grooming accessories do more than adorn a beloved pet; they communicate a grooming salons’ appreciation for its customers.
The market abounds with skin and coat care products that address a pet’s needs from nose to tail.
Shampoos and conditioners are a key moneymaker for pet specialty stores that understand what customers want and are tuned into the latest offerings on the market.
More than luxurious spa treatments for well-pampered pets, natural grooming products are often practical products that serve a greater purpose.
Grooming salons should avoid buyer’s remorse by researching pet grooming tubs thoroughly before making a commitment to this costly and indispensable piece of equipment.