As pet owners increasingly indulge their animal companions during special occasions, specialty retailers have the opportunity to capitalize on the growing market for holiday-related pet food and treats.
Salon owners need to consider several features when choosing a optimum table for both pets and groomers.
Offering pet owners the grooming tools they need, along with some valuable guidance, can help a retailer boost sales in the short run and gain loyal customers in the long run.
Retailers have much to gain from supplying customers with the tools and information they need to groom their pets at home.
The extremes of creative grooming may be too much for the average pet owner, but a little bling can go a long way in attracting new grooming clients and encouraging added services.
Retailers can help pet owners address a multitude of skin and coat issues by offering a well-rounded assortment of products that address various conditions.
Retailers and grooming salons can both benefit from having a well-rounded assortment of shampoos and conditioners to meet a variety of pet needs.
When a groomer's end goal is to get pets thoroughly clean with a minimal amount of cost and effort, it helps to have the right products and equipment for the job.
Shedding is a common complaint among pet owners, but retailers and groomers are well positioned to provide them with necessary information and products to address the issue.
A sudsy bath or even a trip to the groomer is not always ideal in the winter, but retailers can offer an array of bathing solutions and alternatives.
Retailers have much to gain by making sure their customers understand exactly how to keep their pets' ears clean and healthy.
Nail trimming services can benefit both pet parents and salons-groomers need only the right equipment and the proper skills to provide the service safely and efficiently.
Innovations by clipper manufacturers and better pet grooming habits among clients have made small trimmers more versatile than ever.
While they still offer a pampering proposition, spa-type pet grooming products are more focused on delivering solutions.
Stocking a variety of drying solutions will not go unappreciated by customers-thankfully, the market has plenty to offer.
Once considered frou-frou and frivolous, bows, bling and other accessories are important to customers and good for sales.
Retailers can give sales a hair-raising boost by refreshing their shampoo and conditioner assortments with the latest products on the market.
Skin and coat issues can be treated with a variety of products that tackle the problem either topically or internally. Retailers should stock an assortment that includes both to address customers' needs.
Assembling the right selection of spa products and offering them in an exciting, eye-popping way, is the key to realizing the potential of this growing category.
With a little help from retailers stocked with between-bath sprays and wipes, pet owners will not need to coax their pets into the tub quite so often.