Cats have come a long way, from vagabonds to homebodies to travel companions, leaving retailers a huge opportunity to capitalize on the travel category.
Cat grooming product sales are on the rise as pet owners become more educated about caring for their pets, but there are still many ways retailers can maximize sales in the category.
Everything else has gone high tech. Why not feeding and watering? Automated feeders and fountains are revolutionizing the basics.
Healthcare products and supplements are often an overlooked category that stores can use to differentiate themselves from larger competitors.
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.
Catnip is already a major driver of sales in the cat category-yet with a bit of additional promotion and focus, it still has significant growth potential.
Pets are hitting the road more than ever before. Thankfully, the market offers consumers a wide range of pet carriers to meet every need.
Cats' instincts can sometimes make them hard to live with-but with a little help, most cat owners can teach their pets to coexist happily at home.
Keeping a pet's oral hygiene in good shape can combat bad breath and help prevent more serious issues down the road. Here's a look at oral-care products on the market that aim to deter these issues.
Sales of cat grass and kitty gardens continue to grow as pet owners become increasingly interested in quality feline nutrition.
Refrigerated and raw products are opening new revenue streams for independent pet stores, but will consumers pull the plug?