As pet parents continue to prioritize their own self-care, they’re turning the same amount of attention to that of their pets.

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the ways grooming competitions are being held, there’s still no better time to enter the world of competitive grooming. 

By stocking their stores with tempting on-trend foods and treats, pet specialty retailers can offer effective solutions and relief.

While rabbit care may seem simple, these animals require a lot of attention and have specific nutritional needs. 

Retailers can’t wing it when it comes to understanding the basics behind the products that attract wild birds to backyards.

With winter weather quickly approaching, pet stores should be stocked up with products that will help keep our four-legged friends warm and safe during the chilly season.

Groomers can help pets get moisture-free faster after a bath with these drying products. 

Now more than ever, customers are aware of a product's impact on the environment. Check out this collection of sustainable and recyclable products that help protect our planet.

Treats within the feline category are now made with ingredients that will keep cats happy, while setting consumer minds at ease as they purchase quality products.

A series of internal and external methods should be used when it comes to changing a dog's attitude and behavior.

As the years have passed, the availability of certain species has diminished while others have become more readily available.

One of the best ways to ensure a sale and help future hobbyists get off their feet is to offer starter kits with all the essentials they need.

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.

As pet parents strive to live more eco-friendly lives, they're applying that same philosophy to their cat litter choices.