Who wouldn't want access to a group of pet owners who live for their dogs and have disposable income?
Help keep pets warm, dry and healthy this season by educating pet parents about winter safety.
Local New York non-profit partners with LaGuardia Airport to provide comfort to travelers during the holidays.
There are nine key steps that pet store owners and managers can take to effectively overcome conflicts among their employees.
A recent report from Rover.com reveals the top trends in dog names and offers insights into the minds of owners.
For reasons of ergonomics and precision, groomers should consider the value of adding smaller clippers, trippers and shears to their toolboxes.
Help keep your customers’ holidays merry and bright by providing education and tips about pet safety.
To celebrate Adopt a Senior Pet Month, Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Animal Planet launched a web video series that focuses on how older pets are typically overlooked because of their appearance or behavior.
National Pet Cancer Awareness Month is the perfect time for retailers to help promote preventative health for pets.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando in Florida is harnessing the power of Harry Potter to boost adoptions by sorting dogs into four categories inspired by Hogwarts houses.
National Pet Diabetes Awareness Month is the perfect time for retailers to spread awareness and provide resources to pet owners.
With the range of ear care options available today, retailers can equip themselves with the knowledge and products to provide a solution to meet any customer’s needs.
A new study suggests that dogs use facial expressions to communicate with humans.
How a well-timed greeting card can help inspire loyalty from your customer base.
What you need to know about America’s first statewide pet sales ban.
Pet owners may not realize the value of quality at-home drying products, so retailers should seize the opportunity to offer both information and a good selection of towels and dryers.
When choosing tables, groomers should invest in products that will be reliable assets to their businesses for years to come.
To succeed in the brushes and combs category, retailers must ensure all their customers go home with just the right tool to suit their needs.
With the right selection of clippers, retailers can help any customer achieve their home-grooming goals.
Far from a superfluous touch, adding embellishments like bows and bandannas to finish off a groom lets customers know they’re valued.