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Hay Day

Manufacturers are offering more hay options than ever before, adding excitement to this previously lackluster department.

New Chews

Chew toys in both natural and colorful designs provide a variety that is sure to please any small pet owner.

Covering the Basics

Retailers that educate customers about the specific needs of rabbits and guinea pigs will help owners keep these pets healthy and happy, as well as generate sales.

Tasty Toys

Retailers can boost sales in the small animal department by aggressively marketing food-dispensing toys for various species of small pets.

Furnishing Fun

Retailers that carry a wide variety of cage accessories for small pets are best positioned to help owners turn their pet’s cage into a home.

A Supplement Syllabus

Providing shoppers with a list of small-animal supplements can educate them, simplify their choices and encourage sales.

House Hunting

Retailers that respond to the needs of their customers by offering the habitats they want to buy will boost goodwill as well as sales.

Treats for Tricks

Using treats, owners of small animals can train their pets to perform a myriad of tricks and behaviors–some of which can prove life-saving for the pet.

A Supplement Syllabus

Providing shoppers with a list of small-animal supplements can educate them, simplify their choices and encourage sales.

Natural Nibbles

Retailers are in the best position to guide small-animal owners toward the healthiest foods for their pets.

Bottles and Bowls

Retailers can increase sales of water bottles and food dishes by educating customers about the benefits of having spares on hand.

Bedding Basics

Bedding products bring small-animal customers to the store on a regular basis, opening the door for additional sales.

The Hay Way

Retailers who educate rabbit and guinea pig owners about the benefits of hay can boost sales in the small animal department.

Home Eat Home

Grass toys are giving small animals, from hamsters and mice to rabbits and guinea pigs, something new–and fun–to chew on.

Looking Good

Proper grooming not only keeps small pets looking and smelling their best, it can also help keep them healthy and feeling their best.

Petable Pets

The best way to promote small pets is to sell quality animals that have bonded to humans at an early age and are therefore exceptionally cuddly.

Trick & Treat

Retailers can boost sales by promoting treats that keep small animals busy and entertained.

Healthy Habitats

Small pets need amply sized habitats to have long, happy, healthy lives.

Ferret Festival

Ferrets are lots of fun and love to play, and retailers can benefit by displaying a wide variety of toys for these pets.

An Exotic Challenge

Retailers that deal in exotic pets must navigate a jungle of challenges and scrutiny from regulators.
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