Today’s pet bowls, diners and feeders do more than just hold food and water. They play a big role in keeping dogs healthy, encouraging activity and providing peace of mind for pet owners.
Supplements and remedies offer dog owners effective solutions for maintaining their pets’ health, resolving problems and avoiding vet bills.
From a stroll around the block to a mountain trek, these dog-walking products can help pets and owners be prepared for anything.
The calming aids and behavior modification categories offer products that can positively affect dog behavior and owner sanity, making both more comfortable and retailers more profitable.
Puzzles and interactive toys can entertain dogs, help humans bond with their pups and generate incremental sales at retail.
It is 2016, and even Fido is going high-tech. Automated feeders and fountains offer opportunities for retailers to rethink the standard category.
Dog treats are not just great tasting, they’ve become more functional, giving dog owners the ability to better match treat to lifestyle and pet specialty retailers the chance to ring up higher sales.
Keeping canines free of fleas and ticks is a booming business, as manufacturers continue to develop a wide range of treatments to effectively tackle dogs’ pesky pest problems.
Offering the newest solutions to the age old problem of pet poop can win retailers a loyal base of grateful customers.
As more dog owners shy away from complex foods containing unpronounceable ingredients, producers of limited-ingredient diets are keeping it simple, devising natural, recognizable options.
Consumers are seeking oral care products that make it easy to ensure optimum dental health for their pets.
Retailers have an opportunity to build customer relationships and help pets live the healthiest lives possible by investing in the remedies and supplements category.