While the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council was successful in improving the regulatory and business environment for the pet industry last year, there is much more work to be done in 2017.
The World Pet Association is constantly looking for exciting new ways to set its SuperZoo trade show and conference apart from other pet industry events.
For many pet owners, finding affordable homeowners or renters insurance can be difficult—but the pet industry can help.
The farm and feed channel has an opportunity to grow fresh revenue by leveraging some of the key trends from pet stores.
The entire pet industry must unify in order to successfully repel ongoing attacks by radical activists on pet owners’ freedom of choice.
A recent study by sales and marketing firm Acosta reveals key information about the shopping patterns of pet owners.
Reducing the potential harm from non-native species requires collaboration to develop a balanced course of action that begins, not ends, with risk assessment methods.
The World Pet Association’s 2016 Retail Operating Performance Report offers unique insight into the pet specialty channel.
No matter how they plan to vote on Election Day, retailers can learn a lot about shaping public perception by looking at how candidates run for office.
When it comes to combating substandard breeders, the new voluntary breeder certification program introduced by Purdue University is a better alternative to pet sale bans.
Professionals who make their living working with pets should play a valuable role in discussions about animal care legislation and regulation.
Specialty distributors can be an invaluable resource in helping retailers leverage the high level of product innovation in the pet industry.