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.
Dog and cat food are the lifeblood of pet specialty stores, providing them with the repeat customers they need to thrive.
Manufacturers are responding to consumer demand for products that remove, not mask, stains and odors.
With more dog owners dialing into the benefits of feeding their pets raw foods, the freeze-dried category is taking off, fueled by these products’ nutritional value, ease-of-use and portability.
The dog bed category has its challenges, but it still offers pet specialty retailers a great opportunity to stand out from the crowd, send traffic through their doors and achieve higher register rings.
Increased consumer interest in tracing food to the source is leading pet food manufacturers to provide detailed information regarding the origins of their ingredients—and they expect pet retailers to follow suit.
First-aid and wound-care products help pet owners care for their injured animals and help retailers become a trusted resource for the local pet-owning community.
Dog collars, leashes and harnesses allow pet owners to keep their pets safely, fashionably and comfortably at their sides, while affording retailers a revenue-boosting opportunity.