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.
Grain-free dog foods and treats offer significant benefits that are not limited to fostering canine well-being but also enable pet specialty retailers to create a healthier and stronger bottom line.
Housetraining can be one of the least enjoyable parts of dog ownership, and it can continue indefinitely, but pet specialty retailers can provide a huge assist, helping to save sanity and floors.
With the right pet identification product selection, retailers can help bring pets back home and customers back to their stores.
Natural dog chews are an expanding category, as consumers seek new and healthy items for their loved ones.
Retailers must meet pet owners’ growing demand for healthful ingredients in the treats they feed to their dogs and cats.