How technology is shaping the present and future of pet retail.
The first-ever Washington fly-in will give pet industry professionals the chance to meet with officials in Congress to discuss legislation and regulations.
Pet businesses need to keep in touch with their constituents to ensure a lasting relationship.
The president and CEO of the American Pet Products Association reflects on his time in the pet industry and lays out his expectations for the future.
PIJAC has tackled thousands of bills in the first half of the year and will continue to fight battles of behalf of pet retailers.
Pets in the Classroom is forging a link between teachers, students and pet retailers.
It is up to the pet industry to continue to inform the general public about the benefits of pets.
The collaboration of pet business owners and their allies will lead to greater success in achieving legislative goals.
The healing power of pets must be better understood and accepted as a key contributor to human health and wellness.
Glo-Marr has managed to stay relevant for over 50 years despite the increasing competition and an ever-changing market.
Forming relationships with legislators is the first step in protecting your business.
A recent study conducted for the Pet Industry Distributors Association revealed a close correlation between business success and how a retailer gathers business intelligence.
PIJAC and the pet industry must come together to fight harmful legislation in the upcoming year.
The intrinsic value of World Pet Association events is that they enable pet industry professionals to join their tribe and reignite their passions.
The Pet Leadership Council is playing a vital role in propelling the pet industry forward on a number of fronts.
Public education and improved care are two keys to the continued health of a vibrant and diverse pet industry.
The pet industry experienced both success and failure in fighting harmful legislation this year while building strong foundations for the future.
A new study conducted by the Pet Industry Distributors Association is revealing what retailers want from their pet product distributors.
As retailers satisfy consumer demand for pet products that are made in the USA, customers are discovering local sources for quality goods.
Dr. Dana Tomlinson, research nutritionist for Zinpro Corporation, discusses how the company is using key minerals to improve the health and performance of pets.