Limited-ingredient diets, which offer nutritional value without unnecessary ingredients, attract pet parents looking to keep their pet’s diet as simple as possible. 

Pet parents are looking for treats with easily-identifiable ingredients and eco-friendly, sustainable production and packaging. 

With boredom setting in, the holidays approaching and the weather getting colder, the dog apparel category is heating up.

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

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.

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

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.

While chew toys are often expected to be made from durable rubber, this growing category has evolved to incorporate a variety of tough materials.

Whether it's because of a global pandemic or lack of time, it's not always possible to get pups to the groomer on time, paving the way for at-home grooming solutions.

With consumers taking a greater interest in supplements and remedies for dogs, now is the perfect time for retailers to expand their selection.

Pet owners are seeking chews that are made in USA and feature limited ingredients.

When it comes to keeping dogs fresh and clean, retailers should make sure their selection extends beyond shampoo and into other vital components.

With new innovations driving the category towards diversity and sustainability, plush toys are growing and changing—but they remain a staple in puppy playtime.

Identifying the ways to treat and properly care for a dog's skin and coat will help lead customers to the products best fit for their pets.