With the right knowledgebase and a well-curated selection of stain and odor products, pet specialty retailers can position themselves as the go-to resource for shoppers dealing with the messy side of pet ownership.
Natalie Hennessy, senior public relations and marketing manager at P.L.A.Y. (Pet Lifestyle and You), discusses how the company takes an environmentally and socially responsible approach to creating a growing lineup of fun and functional products for pets.
Pet owners who take a do-it-yourself approach to grooming their furry friends are a great customer base for retailers that offer a broad selection of products for making bath time convenient and effective.
Small pets might not always get the attention or shelf space of their larger canine and feline counterparts, but retailers who invest in a strong treat selection for these furry companions will see that investment pay off.
Joe Zuccarello, vice president of sales, marketing and business development for the Paragon School of Pet Grooming (ParagonPetSchool.com), discusses how the Paragon Distance Learning Program is leveraging the latest technology to produce highly skilled grooming professionals.