To prevent health issues down the line, customers can take a proactive approach to pet wellness by investing in quality sources of nutrition. 

When setting up a robust training department, retailers can rely on useful strategies to boost sales and encourage repeat customers. 

While customers continue to gravitate toward U.S.-made products, it may not be the most important factor in a customer’s purchasing decision. 

Pet specialty retailers can appeal to cat owners by curating a toy selection that offers a multitude of benefits for cats. 

Blaine Phillips, CEO of Phillips Pet Food & Supplies, discusses how the distribution company—and the pet industry—has changed since he temporarily retired in 2016, as well as his vision for the future.

As customers and their pets welcome the warmer weather, these summer essentials will ensure everyone is ready for some fun in the sun. 

Professional groomers should consider these 10 tips for reducing the stress that grooming puts on their bodies.

In a year marked by a worldwide pandemic, a volatile economic picture, social unrest and even natural disasters, the pet industry’s biggest retail chains continued to thrive by leveraging their unique strengths while developing new channels to reach customers.

As customers learn more about functional treats, retailers have a chance to step in and personally direct them to the safest, most effective products available. 

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.

Evolving past a simple product to occupy pets, chews are now created using formulas that are nutritious and offered in formulations that keep animals busy. 

Grain-inclusive diets for pets have continued to gain momentum as a valuable source of nutrition.