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by Bob Vetere on Sep 1, 2014
“So far, 48 U.S. cities have passed laws banning the sale of dogs and cats in pet stores, and that number is sure to rise as more communities nationwide approve well-intentioned ordinances that are gravely endangering our industry and people’s ability to obtain pets. I understand that as retailers and manufacturers, you all have more than enough concerns with your own individual business operations, and it can be challenging to find or spend time working…”

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by Nora Caley on Sep 1, 2014
“Everyone loves getting presents. That is true for humans and pets. During the holidays, that means opportunity for retailers, in the form of two different groups of shoppers. One consumer is the pet owner who loves their dog or cat so much that they buy toys, treats, accessories and maybe…”
by Maria Lange on Sep 1, 2014
“Just when we think pet owners could not become more identified with their furry, feathery or scaly friends, a new trend emerges to prove us wrong. Pets may still look and act like creatures to most of us; but in the eyes of their owners, they might as well be…”
by Mike Bober on Sep 1, 2014
“In the world of political campaigning, Labor Day marks the unofficial start to the “home stretch.” With family vacations behind them and few major holidays to distract them before Election Day, candidates believe voters are more receptive to the advertisements, mail pieces and public appearances that will help them decide…”
by Lindsey Wojcik on Sep 1, 2014
“Nine years ago, Paul Allen had a vision for a neighborhood pet store: a welcoming bakery with gourmet treats, healthy foods, pet supplies and accessories. His initial idea was to open Woof Gang Bakery as a small, single independent pet store in Jupiter, Fla. However, when construction for the location…”