Joey Herrick, founder and president of Lucy Pet Products, discusses how the sales of his company’s products—including a game-changing new cat litter—help to solve the problem of pet overpopulation.
Frank Pohl, owner/president of Bio-Groom, discusses how his company is utilizing the latest and greatest ingredients to advance the safety and performance of pet grooming products.
ZippyPaws continues to grow and innovate with an exciting selection of toys and outdoor gear for dogs, says designer and vice president Jen Cao.
Mike Bober, the new president and CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, discusses how the organization will continue to address the legislative and regulatory challenges facing the pet industry.
Neil Werde, managing director of canine development for Worldwise, Inc., explains how the company’s Guaranteed On Board program ensures fewer hassles for traveling pet owners.
Mike Thomas, vice president of development for QT Dog, explains how the company has become an important player in the dog treats and chews category while maintaining its position as a leading innovator of pet bowls and feeders.
Mark Pasco, vice president of sales for Mammoth Pet Products, discusses how the company’s attention to detail when manufacturing its toys is helping to keep pets healthy and retailers profitable.
The wide range of solution-oriented litters produced by Precious Cat, Inc., are designed to help cat owners address a number of issues, including inappropriate elimination, says Gina Zaro, marketing director.
Brad Specter, president of Natures Pillows, Inc., discusses how pet stores can effectively compete with mass and grocery retailers in the stain and odor category.
Tyler Thielmann, director of marketing for SO Bright Natural Pet Products, discusses how his company is evolving from a private-label manufacturer to a cutting-edge pet treat brand.
Michael Levy, co-owner of Pet Food Express, discusses how his retail chain has been able to help drive pet adoptions and educate pet owners by taking on a vital role in organizing the annual Bay Area Pet Fair.
Pet specialty retailers have a big opportunity to cater to underserved cat owners in the raw food category, says Tracey Hatch-Rizzi, vice president and co-founder of Radagast Pet Food, Inc.
Marilyn Chambliss McElroy, associate product manager for Nutramax Laboratories, Inc., discusses why the company’s commitment to research and quality sets it apart from other supplement manufacturers.
Erin Breig, director of Rubie’s Pet Shop Boutique (A Division of Rubie’s Costume Company, Inc.), provides retailers with valuable advice on how to drive sales in the pet costume category.
David DeLorenzo, president of Vetscience LLC/Fruitables Pet Food, discusses his company’s approach to developing wholesome treats that effectively address common health issues in pets.
Samuel Cohen, vice president of marketing and sales for Healthy Pet, discusses what sustainability means in the pet products arena, and why retailers should care.
Manfred Bogdahn, inventor of the flexi retractable leash, discusses how his company continues to drive success for pet retailers with best-in-class products and merchandising solutions.
Robert Miavitz, president and owner of Jolly Pets, discusses trends in the dog toy category and how the company can help retailers increase sales.
Ernie Katris, managing partner for Elive, discusses how the company utilizes passion and creativity to develop a diverse range of products that solve problems for pet owners.
Lanny Viegut, owner and chief innovator of Vital Essentials, discusses how differentiation and innovation help the company lead in the rapidly growing raw food sector.