To capitalize on the potential profits of hemp-based products, retailers need to ensure they’re well-educated on category trends and up-to-date on the latest regulations.
By offering the right mix of services, pet stores can diversify their revenue streams and cultivate a sense of community among their customers.
High-tech pet products can help owners keep their pets busy and ensure a pet’s needs are met.
Pet bowls have long been a staple of pet ownership, but manufacturers are keeping this category fresh by meeting modern pet parents’ demand for products that blend home décor with healthful benefits.
Now that the FDA has walked back its claims about the dangers of grain-free foods, where does the pet industry go from here?
Grain-inclusive diets for pets have continued to gain momentum as a valuable source of nutrition.
With pet parents focused on wellness, retailers have the chance to grow preventative health categories, such as oral care.
Now more than ever, consumers are looking to incorporate pet furniture in their homes that both meets the needs of their pets and fits with their style.
By carrying life stage-specific products, retailers can position themselves as go-to resources for every step of a pet’s life.
As the pet supplements category experiences rising interest from dog and cat owners, product manufacturers are meeting the demand with innovative, science-based solutions, inspiring consumer trust and strong sales.
Actively connecting with grooming and pet communities is an important aspect to self promotion.
In addition to training salon staff, the animals themselves can be trained to improve their disposition in the salon.
In order to understand the best sort of clippers for groomers, we asked experts in the field to find out what clippers/trimmers they recommend.
With the right approach, pet retailers can turn grooming services into a profit center within their stores.
This collection of CBD and hemp-based products can help pets tackle everyday stressors and feel at peace.
With 2020 throwing challenge after challenge at retailers, the resilience of independent pet stores across America has been on full display as they’ve shored up their business practices, adjusted to COVID protocols and provided support to their communities when it was needed most.
While carrying American-made products wields significant buying power, it’s getting more difficult to find products that fully embody the Made in USA seal.
With an array of choices to consider, pet parents are depending on manufacturers to deliver quality chews made from wholesome ingredients.
Michael Stefanakos, chief revenue officer for FieldStack, explains how the company’s retail management solutions can drive success for pet stores in a rapidly changing marketplace.
As consumers become more attuned to their pets’ needs, they’re seeking out the most trustworthy and reliable hemp-based products.