by Jennifer Boncy on Aug 1, 2012
“It was not long ago that health-conscious pet owners looking for all-natural treats for their pets would find only a smattering of options at their local pet specialty retailers. In fact, finding any all-natural treats at all may have proven tricky. After doing a little research, many found themselves making quite a trek to get to the nearest retailer with a respectable assortment of the healthy fare they sought. The pet product market today, however,…”

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by P.S. Jones on Jul 1, 2012
“One of life’s little truths is that what makes it big with humans eventually ripples over to their pets. From fashion to food, you can often figure out what’s coming next in the pet industry by looking at what’s hot for humans right now. This is how anyone paying attention…”
by Lindsey Wojcik on Jun 1, 2012
“Toys have always played an important role in a retailer’s bottom line. While toys may not be a costly annual expense for pet owners, products in this category remains one of their most frequent purchases. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that as the eco-friendly movement gains traction, green…”
by Pamela Mills-Senn on May 1, 2012
“The comic Bliss—appearing in the LA Times newspaper and penned by Harry Bliss—recently showed a restaurant customer inquiring of an annoyed-looking waiter, “Can I get this to go in an organic, locally recycled, eco-friendly doggie bag?”It may be funny, but it illustrates a sea change sweeping over consumers far and…”
by Pamela Mills-Senn on Apr 1, 2012
“Fleas. They’re so small and yet they—and their equally repellant cousins, ticks—are capable of striking huge fear into the hearts of pet owners everywhere. Upon discovering these bloodsucking little beasts residing on Miss Precious or Max, folks typically whip into a frenzy of chemical counter measures—especially in the case of…”