Advances in point-of-sale technology are delivering valuable automation to retailers’ inventory control systems.
Now that the FDA has walked back its claims about the dangers of grain-free foods, where does the pet industry go from here?
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.
With pet parents focused on wellness, retailers have the chance to grow preventative health categories, such as oral care.
For the first time ever, the event—which will be held online next month—will be open to the entire pet care community.
Consider these ways you can increase ticket sizes and raise revenues for your business today.
The 19th annual Pet Business Industry Recognition Awards celebrate the best products within the pet care category.
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.
With a year of upheaval nearly behind us, it’s time for retailers to focus on strategies that will enable their businesses to not only survive but thrive in the months ahead.
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.
The new Independent & Neighborhood Pet Retail Association (IndiePet) was created to represent and support the unique interests of the pet industry’s independent retailers.
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.
As consumers become more attuned to their pets’ needs, they’re seeking out the most trustworthy and reliable hemp-based products.
Injuries are an inevitable part of pet ownership, meaning it’s imperative consumers (and retailers) have the proper products on-hand to combat emergencies.
Manufacturers highlight why education and product selection are the keys to success in the grain-free food category moving forward.
The 2019-2020 APPA National Pet Owner Survey provides trusted, objective and actionable consumer insights and market intelligence.
The right foods will not only be extremely appetizing, they will also keep dogs feeling satisfied and provide them with the nutrition they need.
A 40/30/30 posting plan is a simple and effective way to engage current and prospective customers.