With more consumers than ever going online to purchase pet products, it is imperative that traditional brick-and-mortar retailers evolve their approach to keep up with the internet heavyweights.
To make products domestically, manufacturers have to overcome sourcing, labor costs and other issues.
When it comes to selling dog apparel, there are many factors that have to be considered.
There are many CBD products flooding the market, so it’s important retailers know how to differentiate between brands and choose the best options for their stores.
Through sourcing from natural origins, manufacturers of chews and antlers are providing premium products that provide vital nutrients to maximize pet wellness.
Make sure you’re fully informed if you’re considering stocking CBD pet in your store.
As speculation around the dangers of grain-free food and treats continues to gain traction, the truth is a lot clearer—and less scary—than it may seem.
As the holidays near, pet owners will be looking for the perfect gifts to give to their friends and their pets.
As awareness for pet first-aid products grows, retailers have the opportunity to be a source of knowledge and to provide the latest category innovations.
Kick off 2020 at the pet industry’s best networking conference—The Pet Industry Leadership Summit.
Natural cat litter has opportunities for growth as consumers look for new options.
While millennials are still this industry’s prime target demographic, it’s time to start focusing on the next generation of pet owners.
From nutritious ingredients to sustainability to questions about grain-free, consumers are looking for the best products for their pups.
Two pet industry leaders discuss why eco-consciousness is good for business.
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.
Stephen Trachtenberg, president of Chasing Our Tails, discusses how his company is innovating the treats and chews category with single-ingredient chews that are made and sourced in the U.S.
With a general idea about the benefits these products can provide, retailers can capitalize on the increased demand.
Meat is essential for dogs, but high-protein diets limiting fruit and veggies may fall short when it comes to promoting their health and well being.
Even though caring for pets is a time-consuming task, there are plenty of products that provide convenience.