by Robyn Bright on May 1, 2013
“    There are a number features that should be considered when deciding what bird cages to stock in a pet store, including style, functionality, design, size and price. Of course, no pet store can carry all of the cages that are offered by manufacturers today, as space is almost always at a premium. With this in mind, retailers must take into account where the store is located and the type of clientele that come…”

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by By Robyn Bright on Apr 1, 2013
“    Traveling, while often pleasurable, can be stressful. Traveling with a pet bird can add another layer of complexity to the trip. In order to travel safely and effortlessly with a pet bird, pet owners need to be armed with the information and tools necessary to avoid hassles and…”
by Robyn Bright on Jan 1, 2013
“One of the best things about people being able to take videos at home anytime is the ability to capture their pets doing fun and sometimes very silly things. The most popular pet videos are those that show pets snuggling or playing with each other—especially ones featuring different species such…”
by Robyn Bright on Dec 1, 2012
“Placing a pet bird in an empty cage would be like putting a toddler in a room with nothing but carpet on the floor. Both would get bored very quickly and possibly sick, if they were not provided what they need to keep healthy—both mentally and physically. For birds, certain…”
by Robyn Bright on Nov 1, 2012
“Want to sell more birds and bird products? The number-one way to sell more of anything is by marketing. Fortunately for the pet industry, retailers—particularly those selling live animals—have some inherently marketable features. Birds can be great marketing tools. My father Bill Bright, who owns The Fish Nook Pet Center…”