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Fact or Fiction?

The organic segment is growing rapidly for both humans and pets, and retailers can take advantage by acquiring knowledge about this developing trend.

A Green Store

Going green may take some work, but retailers who do so will have a chance to help the environment and attract a new kind of customer to the store.

Flea Market

Effective flea control means treating the pet, the home and the yard, and retailers should offer products and advice for treating all these areas.

Chewing the Fat

With more pets falling into the overweight category than ever before, retailers need to stock and promote weight loss products.
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