by Pamela Mills-Senn on Feb 11, 2013
“If these aren’t the glory days for natural and eco-friendly pet product manufacturers, they are certainly close. After all, it wasn’t too long ago that “green” indicated a color or someone inexperienced, rather than describing earth-friendly attributes. Manufacturers that were at the forefront of the green movement had a struggle on their hands when it came to educating those in the pet industry about their products and convincing them of their value and performance. But…”

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by Lindsey Wojcik on Jan 1, 2013
“Pet nutrition remains top of mind for pet store shoppers everywhere. While sustaining a healthier lifestyle is a popular and challenging resolution many pet owners make for themselves, many are also permanently resolving to help their pets live healthier lives. As a result, pet owners are closely monitoring their animals’…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Dec 1, 2012
“As with almost every consumable product category in the pet industry, the dog chew category has expanded to include a variety of all-natural options—and it is a development that makes perfect sense. Today’s customers are shopping for dog chews with the same critical eye they use when browsing the food…”
“Gone are the days when cat owners had to rely on clay-based litters to deal with the unseemly side of pet ownership—waste management. Today’s litter category is full of a variety of all-natural clay alternatives—from wheat- to corn- to pine-based formulas—that can effectively meet the needs of cat owners while…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Sep 1, 2012
“American consumers have gotten the message—the planet needs some TLC. Not surprisingly, every day more people join the ranks of those trying to do their part by using eco-friendly products that won’t further aggravate our already over-burdened Earth. Pet product manufacturers have heeded the call, too. They are offering a…”