Manufacturers are boosting their offerings of puzzles and interactive toys to help owners play with their pets.
Managing pet waste remains a growing concern in communities across the country, and retailers can help by offering the right solutions.
To successfully add training services to a pet store, retailers must make sure they are working with the right trainer and offering the right instruction.
Not only are parasites such as fleas and ticks a nuisance, they can pose a real health risk for pets and their owners. Retailers have an opportunity to protect both with the right lineup of products.
As consumers continue to make healthier snacking choices for themselves, they are doing the same for their four-footed family members by seeking out dog treats that satisfy and are good for them as well.
Everything else has gone high tech. Why not feeding and watering? Automated feeders and fountains are revolutionizing the basics.
Having the right oral-care product assortment creatively displayed will go a long way in helping retailers promote the dental hygiene category.
Pleasing the pet palate is big business, and manufacturers are stepping up with a veritable smorgasbord of new flavors to meet the diverse demands of pet owners.
Although grain-free foods and treats have leapt into the mainstream, pet specialty retailers are staying competitive with compelling inventories and customer-focused service.
Pets are hitting the road more than ever before. Thankfully, the market offers consumers a wide range of pet carriers to meet every need.
The need for housetraining and waste management solutions is greater than ever; pet specialty retailers can come to the rescue, thanks to a plethora of creative and effective product options.
Pet identification tags are the number-one way to help connect lost pets with their owners, making ID products a vital-and profitable-category for pet retailers.