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Sniffing Out New Products

To keep the small animal section of the store fresh and exciting, retailers should seek out new, innovative products and highlight them on the shelf and in-store advertising.

Fresh Displays

In order for a display to be successful, it must be fresh, eye-catching and appeal to a store’s foundation customers.

Good Eats

Small pet owners now have options when it comes to feeding their pets, thanks to innovative manufacturers that offer new formulas and ingredients.

Vacation Days

Many small pet owners are planning summer trips, and retailers should let these owners know that some small pets do, in fact, like to travel.

Just Chew It

Not only do chew toys satisfy a small animal’s desire to gnaw, they are also ideal add-on sales.

The Bottom Line

Retailers should be sure to stock litter and bedding products, as they are staples that small animal owners must buy regularly.

Boosting Book Sales

Books not only help increase revenue and add-on sales, they provide a pet store with a wealth of information that customers and employees will find very useful.
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