Taking proper care of pets after an injury, surgery or emergency situation can make all the difference for their recovery.
Creating a pet dental center is about more than stocking oral care products; it’s about providing a comprehensive experience for customers.
Thomas Roberton, vice president of marketing for Snap21, discusses how the company’s integrated photo review app can help pet businesses better engage with current and prospective customers.
The Pet Industry Distributors Association’s interactive online presence was redesigned to make it easier for vendors and retailers to access and explore a wealth of resources.
When it comes to marketing pet technology, there needs to be a balance between demonstrating its purpose while highlighting its advantages.
The stain and odor management category is an opportunity for retailers to showcase their knowledge and point customers in the right direction.
Michael Stoeckle, president and CEO of Ark Naturals, discusses how the company developed its complementary portfolio of pet health products.
As awareness among dog owners about the contribution good oral care makes to a pet’s health increases, interest in this category is growing stronger—especially as manufacturers devise easy-to-use and effective products.
As Pet King Brands enters its 21st year of manufacturing enzyme-based remedy products, it’s time to take a look back and appreciate its success.
These pet tags identify pets, can serve as a fashion statement and more.
There’s a variety of trimmer and clipper options available in today’s market, tasking groomers with the mission of finding the trimmer/clipper that meets all their personal and salon needs.
After a bath, soaking wet pets can dry off quicker with help from these pet-drying products.
While salon management software can be a valuable resource for grooming business owners, it is important that you find the system that best fits your needs.
The team at Lightspeed discusses how the right point-of-sale system can help even small retailers succeed against big competition.
Much more than high-tech cash registers, POS systems can help retailers connect with customers.
As technology becomes a necessary part of everyday life, pet product manufacturers have found various ways to integrate it into the ways humans interact with their pets.
The company partnered with a leading provider of software designed to reduce brand and pricing policy violations.
Even brick-and-mortar retailers firmly rooted in the physical world must become expert navigators of the digital realm to stand out in an increasingly crowded market.
How technology is shaping the present and future of pet retail.
When it comes to selecting a point-of-sale system, retailers should examine key features that can improve the efficiency and profits of their business.