The market is brimming with products that treat and prevent flea and tick infestations naturally and safely.
Manufacturers of natural pet supplements and remedies report soaring sales driven by consumers determined to secure their pets’ well-being.
The pet grooming supply market is brimming with natural products. Here’s a look at the naturally derived ingredients that make these products work.
The “natural” movement has swept the dog food category, offering improved health for pets and bigger profits for retailers.
Natural grooming products go mainstream as more consumers seek out greener alternatives to pamper and care for their pets.
Natural supplements can strengthen a pet’s natural defenses against germs, pollutants and stress, as well as help fight disease.
As pet owners strive to live healthier lifestyles, they are increasingly turning to holistic services for their four-legged loved ones.
Natural products have infiltrated every pet care category, including small animal, herptile, bird and fish.
Manufacturers offer a variety of flavors, forms and functions within the all-natural segment of the treats market.
In order to keep up with the green movement, pet retailers must cultivate an education on eco-friendly products and business practices.
By bringing natural, premium diets into the store, retailers will attract the growing number of health-conscious consumers who can’t find the products they want at mass retail.
Retailers who leave a store’s natural product section on the back burner may be missing out on revenue.
Over the past decade there has been a steep increase in natural and eco-friendly pet product sales, and there is a trend responsible for this upsurge.
Retailers can help cat owners find the right natural nutrition product for their pet.
It’s up to pet retailers to help customers find eco-friendly cleaning products that satisfy their needs.
Retailers can benefit by finding ways to peak the interest of holistic customers.
A holistic approach to weight maintenance involves limiting caloric intake and increasing exercise.
What retailers selling natural pet products can do to ensure the upcoming holiday season is a fruitful one.
For retailers interested in presenting holistic products, it’s not enough to line up some herbal supplements on a shelf and claim to have a holistic section.
Four pet specialty retailers that specialize in natural nutrition discuss how they help to ensure the good health of their customers’ four-legged loved ones.