IndiePet member Prospect Farms reveals what you need to know about CBD products, and what questions you should be asking CBD brands.

How retailers can help pet parents overcome hesitations and make the shift from kibble to raw foods and treats.  

The pandemic has severely impacted the manufacture, supply and sales of U.S.-made products while consumer demand continues to grow. 

Just as fashion trends in the human world evolve, dog apparel has changed and improved over time. 

As pet owners become more open to ingredients sourced from other countries, the industry still has a long way to go as the Made in USA hold remains quite strong and consumers remain uneducated about the often-superior benefits of foreign sourcing. 

Licensed products can be a powerful sales driver, but only if retailers find the right products to connect with their specific customers. 

In an increasingly eco-conscious world, pet specialty retailers can more deeply resonate with customers by boosting their sustainable business practices. 

Providing eco-friendly, more sustainable foods and treats to customers may help pet specialty retailers stay relevant in an increasingly eco-concerned world.

Cats and dogs are known for being meat eaters, but pets actually need many of the nutrients found in fruit and vegetables for a healthy, balanced diet.

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.

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.

This collection of CBD and hemp-based products can help pets tackle everyday stressors and feel at peace.