Retailers are adding vaccination events, veterinary clinics and other health-related services to their traditional pet store offerings.
These supplements and functional treats can be seamlessly incorporated into a pet’s diet in order to improve health and wellness.
Natural products that keep pets at their best wellness are driving growth in the flourishing healthcare category.
From providing fast first-aid to healing animal ailments, these health products keep pets safe and comfortable.
As concern about the origin of pet food and supplies continues to grow, retailers should stock more products made in the USA.
Dogs aren’t the only animal companions traveling with their owners. Cats are also on the move, which is influencing how pet carriers are designed and marketed.
Responding to consumer desires for more well rounded nutrition, an increasing number of manufacturers are adding more fruits and vegetables to their pet foods and treats.
Meeting the demand for goods that help pet parents easily manage their animals’ waste means that manufacturers are creating innovative tools and multi-purpose solutions.
Data collected in GfK’s Pet POS panel reveals that brands tailored for the neighborhood pet channel are outperforming their counterparts in other segments of the market.
Functional treats offer consumers a way to support their pets’ physical and mental wellbeing.
Sales data collected from more than 11,000 pet specialty stores reveals the pet food trends that are driving success for retailers across the country.
With growing consumer interest in high-quality pet nutrition and an ever-expanding variety of food, treats and other consumables on the market, retailers have an opportunity to reach new levels of sales success with these fast-moving categories.
Consumers have developed a big appetite for high-quality food and treats formulated for reptiles, birds, fish and small mammals.
Humanization in the pet industry is driving a desire for pet furniture that strikes a balance between fashion and function.
Manufacturers are making it easier than ever for pet owners to help their dogs and cats maintain healthy teeth and gums—an essential part of our four-legged friends’ overall wellness.
The supplement aisle has become a big profit center as shoppers increasingly turn to pet stores for solutions to common health conditions in dogs and cats.
Dogs will salivate over these tasty treats that provide both entertainment and health benefits.
As retailers satisfy consumer demand for pet products that are made in the USA, customers are discovering local sources for quality goods.
After several years of watching the grain-free movement reshape the pet food category, the industry is suddenly seeing a resurgence of grain-in diets.
Driven by passion for a specific identity or set of values, several brands are proving their lifestyle-focused models can thrive in an industry growing ever more competitive.