Vendor Profiles

by Seth Mendelson on Jul 1, 2014
“A lot has happened in just four years at Quaker Pet Group.In fact, the company has made quite a name for itself through some savvy acquisitions and product introductions, since it burst on the scene in May 2010. In those few years, Quaker, which has dual headquarters in Whippany, N.J., (administration, operations and warehousing) and Denver., (product development, marketing, sales and support staff), has purchased or licensed such well-known brands as goDog, New York Dog…”

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“Pet Business: How is the market for eco-friendly pet products? What is driving this performance?Deborah Feng: Eco-friendly pet products are definitely the trend at the moment and are on the rise. A lot of people view eco-friendly products as not only good for our planet, but also safe, healthy and…”
by Doug Poindexter on Jul 1, 2014
“As a past pet retailer myself, I’ve been to my share of industry trade shows, and I’ve found that there are ways to do them right, and also plenty of ways to do them wrong. Trade shows can be incredibly valuable experiences, offering opportunities to shop and compare a wide…”
“Pet Business: What makes Dogswell stand out from other food and treat manufacturers in the pet industry?Brad Armistead: At Dogswell, we pride ourselves on being the first and the best at providing complete nutrition with our innovative food and treats. Since Dogswell was founded in 2004, we have been offering…”
“Pet Business: How is the all-natural pet chews and treats category performing in pet stores? What is driving this performance?Ahdee Abramson: The category certainly seems to be growing and evolving. What is driving this is the fact that people want to treat their pets very well and believe that all-natural…”