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Tops in Treats

Barbara Denzer, vice president of marketing for Cardinal Pet Care, reveals how the company is tapping into the latest nutrition trends to offer retailers a winning lineup of treats.

Next-Generation Aquatics

The team behind Central Pet Aquatics’ Aqueon brand discusses innovation and nurturing aquatics.

Sojos Stays True

Following the company’s merger with WellPet, Sojos remains as committed as ever to its mission of offering high-quality, natural pet foods and treats, reports co-founder Ward Johnson.

Changing Lives, One Pet at a Time

Joey Herrick, founder and president of Lucy Pet Products, discusses how the sales of his company’s products—including a game-changing new cat litter—help to solve the problem of pet overpopulation.

For the Love of Pets and Planet

Frank Pohl, owner/president of Bio-Groom, discusses how his company is utilizing the latest and greatest ingredients to advance the safety and performance of pet grooming products.

Zipping Along

ZippyPaws continues to grow and innovate with an exciting selection of toys and outdoor gear for dogs, says designer and vice president Jen Cao.

New Leadership, Same Mission

Mike Bober, the new president and CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, discusses how the organization will continue to address the legislative and regulatory challenges facing the pet industry.

A Better Way to Fly

Neil Werde, managing director of canine development for Worldwise, Inc., explains how the company’s Guaranteed On Board program ensures fewer hassles for traveling pet owners.

Committed to Quality

Mike Thomas, vice president of development for QT Dog, explains how the company has become an important player in the dog treats and chews category while maintaining its position as a leading innovator of pet bowls and feeders.

Mammoth Success with Toys

Mark Pasco, vice president of sales for Mammoth Pet Products, discusses how the company’s attention to detail when manufacturing its toys is helping to keep pets healthy and retailers profitable.

A Precious Ally

The wide range of solution-oriented litters produced by Precious Cat, Inc., are designed to help cat owners address a number of issues, including inappropriate elimination, says Gina Zaro, marketing director.

Marking an Opportunity

Brad Specter, president of Natures Pillows, Inc., discusses how pet stores can effectively compete with mass and grocery retailers in the stain and odor category.
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