Building a compelling dog food and treats inventory requires pet specialty retailers to be on top of what's important to pet owners in order to get these customers through their doors.

Comprehensive software allows grooming salons to offer a more personal experience to clients while improving efficiencies.

Pet ID tags have the potential to be a profit center if retailers are strategic about offering fresh and diverse options.

The success of this Connecticut-based retailer illustrates the importance of prioritizing service over sales to build customer loyalty.

Patricia Harris Zeller has made the Animal Connection into a prime example of what creative marketing can accomplish.

The product of a lifelong love of pets and industry experience, Most Valuable Pets has set itself apart as an exceptional retailer of live animals and supplies for almost 27 years.

Driven by a love for dogs, a deep understanding of pet nutrition and a commitment to personalized, caring customer service, Nancy Guinn has built Dog Krazy into a five-store success story.

In just a few short years, Ben and Lisa Prakobkit have grown their store, The Modern Paws, into an award-winning operation known for impeccable store design and standout customer service.

Matthew Roach, senior director of digital commerce for Animal Supply Company, explains how the pet specialty distributor has helped its retailer partners overcome the challenges presented by COVID-19.

 

Elizabeth J. York, director of operations for Lone Wolf Pet Products, discusses how the company provides pet owners with U.S.-made leashes that are high-quality and durable, yet affordable.

This treat maker isn't letting the coronavirus get in the way of innovation.