Though it’s one of the less glamorous aspects of fish keeping, properly maintaining an aquarium is a vital part of the hobby.
When it comes to water treatments, fish hobbyists who can position themselves as experts in the field will see the most success.
The COVID-19 pandemic altered the supply chain for fish livestock, meaning it’s time for retailers to adapt.
When it comes to aquarium filtration, some options are better than others.
Fish hobbyists and retailers alike know how to properly light an aquarium, but do they know how lighting really works?
Shrimp have the ability to engage any aquatic lover and turn over a sizeable profit for retailers.
Considering the complex feeding needs of fish, carrying packaged diets isn’t about finding the cheapest option.
The most important part of decorating an aquarium is focusing on the tank’s inhabitants.
The 18th annual Pet Business Industry Recognition Awards celebrate the most innovative products launched in the pet care category.
Corals continue to play a major role in how the fish-keeping hobby continues to evolve.
In order to remain competitive, an aquatics shop should carry both live and frozen foods.
One of the best ways to sell the products you carry in stores is to showcase them in elaborate displays.
To help budding fish hobbyists, fish stores should offer starter kits to get them going.
A clean aquarium is a happy aquarium, which is why it’s important to make sure hobbyists are stocked with everything they need to keep their tanks fresh.
Retailers can see success if they properly acquire, display and maintain freshwater fish and aquariums.
Retailers can help hobbyists understand the different types of water treatment options.
Pet retailers would benefit from selling Crested Geckos, as they are easy to care for and adorable.
Retailers should keep up-to-date on the latest aquarium filtration trends to improve sales in this category.
Retailers should stay up-to-date on the latest aquarium lighting options to benefit both their customers and stores.
When it comes to fish food, retailers should stock packaged diets, as well as fresh and frozen foods, to compete with big-box and chain stores.