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Home Eat Home

Grass toys are giving small animals, from hamsters and mice to rabbits and guinea pigs, something new–and fun–to chew on.

What a Treat

Pet specialty retailers should use every opportunity to promote sales of cat treats–a profit-generating product category that encourages repeat customer visits.

Pet Industry Pioneers

The Kyjen Company is innovating the pet industry with a growing lineup of products designed to keep dogs active and engaged.

Gear up for Google

Retailers can make their stores stand head and shoulders over the competition by leveraging the marketing might of a top search engine.

A Natural Beauty

The pet grooming supply market is brimming with natural products. Here’s a look at the naturally derived ingredients that make these products work.

Ready to Eat

The world of shelf-stable fish food is a vast one, but with a little research and experimentation, retailers can help customers navigate the market.

Natural Leader

Vincent Hourihan, vice president of sales for Natural Chemistry, explains how the company’s products differ from others and discusses its introductions to the pet market.

Is Your Staff Likeable?

Best-selling author and popular Global Pet Expo speaker Rick Segel shares tips that can enhance pet store employees’ likeability factor.

Service Breeds Success

Networking Karma

Networking can yield more than new customers and immediate sales–it can pave the way to a retailer’s most productive, long-lasting relationships.

Preventative Healthcare

Retailers can help bird owners understand that cleanliness, attentiveness to safety and a little caution go a long way in helping pet birds live long, healthy lives.

Training Basics

Using a well-developed employee education program to build a knowledgeable store staff is essential to the success of a pet specialty retail business.

Problem Contained

Pet carriers, crates, pens and gates address a surprising number of needs for pet owners–and afford retailers great sales opportunities.

The Gateway Herp

Amphibians are remarkably fascinating creatures that are a joy to own and care for. Selling them can be equally rewarding.

Unwanted Guests

Education and the retailer-customer relationship play a major role in successfully selling flea and tick products.

Petmate Acquired, Adds Bamboo Brand

Distribution Announcements

Natural Balance Launches ALPHA Line

Ethical Goes Solar

TFH Renews Animal Planet Partnership

Key Flea & Tick Questions

New Viva La Dog Spa Starter Kit

Licensing Deal Rocks Pet Apparel

Additions to Mass Media Pet Marketing Division

APPA Extends Poetry Contest Deadline

New Betta Rack Display

Tropiclean fresh breath made easy!

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