Traveling with a companion animal requires pet owners to plan strategically. Pet retailers that understand a customer's specific plans can help make travel less stressful for the pet and its owner.
Behavior-modification products and calming aids provide pet specialty retailers with effective ways to help owners reduce their dog's stress and get a handle on problem behaviors.
Pet owners are supplementing simple feathered wands and games of fetch with increasingly stimulating and sophisticated pet toys.
Retailers can help their customers take some of the unpleasantness out of cleaning up after their pets by tapping into the evolving pick-up product category.
Retailers that devote some shelf space to automated feeders and fountains can enjoy higher transactions and repeat customers.
These notable pet bowls can add flare to any home dÃ©cor, while serving delicious meals to canine companions.
Fleas and ticks spell big problems for dogs and their owners, but pet retailers have plenty of product options to help keep these pests at bay.
Pet retailers that depend on the dog treat category as a profit center must be able to navigate a fast-growing selection of products and shifting shopper preferences.
More pet owners are incorporating dental care into their pet's routine at home, making the category lucrative for informed pet retailers.
Boosting dog food sales is not rocket science, but it does require retailers to focus some energy on presentation and promotion.
From staying hydrated to easy waste-management, these noteworthy products make walking the family dog a breeze.
Pet retailers that are prepared to answer common questions about pet carriers-and merchandise these products well-will have happy traveling customers.