The key to solving problem behaviors among felines is often a matter of reducing the impact of environmental stress and redirecting the pet’s negative energy.
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.
Cat grass gardens can help pet owners entertain and nourish their loved ones.
A growing number of cat owners are looking for natural litter products that are sustainably sourced and free of harmful ingredients.
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.
A well-chosen and stocked cat toy section can bolster a retailer’s bottom line by helping to drive additional sales.
Litter products rarely get the attention they deserve; but when employees are properly educated, they can be a great boon to a retailer’s business.
Cat scratchers play an important role in cats' lives, and not surprisingly, this category can be a strong profit generator for retailers.
Carrying the latest cat diet trends and offering a strong marketing program can help retailers maximize food sales in their cat section.
Pet gates, pens and crates must keep animals safe, and not just by securing them inside the house or yard.