The Pet Industry Leadership Summit is going digital in 2021, making a priceless education series accessible to your whole team.
For the first time ever, the event—which will be held online next month—will be open to the entire pet care community.
A recent American Pet Products Association study shows that pet owners are expected to continue spreading yuletide cheer to their most deserving companions.
Retailers can use the resources provided by the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council to take proactive steps to protect animals, customers and associates.
The new Independent & Neighborhood Pet Retail Association (IndiePet) was created to represent and support the unique interests of the pet industry’s independent retailers.
Vic Mason, interim president of the World Pet Association, explains how the WPA365 virtual marketplace provides pet retailers and service professionals unique educational and buying opportunities all year long.
Pandemic restrictions required a creative approach to this year’s Pet Care Community D.C. Fly-In.
The former Global Pet Expo Academy will expand into the new Global Learning Series at Global Pet Expo 2021, with a free lineup open to all attendees.
From advocacy to education, outreach has helped America's pet businesses protect and provide for pets during COVID-19 pandemic.
This year's Pet Week on Capitol Hill will continue the important work of helping pet care professionals establish relationships with key members of Congress.
Voice your support for the power of pets to elected officials without leaving home.
Quick adjustments and the support of their local communities have been instrumental in navigating this difficult time.
The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council's Aquatics Committee is working to ensure the preservation of fish hatcheries across the United States.
The pet care community has a great obligation to provide the products and services that our pets need to stay healthy and happy.
There's always going to be a need for pet products, but how pet stores navigate the uncertain future of retailing will have a huge impact on their ability to remain competitive.
The Pet Industry Distributors Association's interactive online presence was redesigned to make it easier for vendors and retailers to access and explore a wealth of resources.
To reduce its carbon footprint, the entire pet industry should reevaluate its approach to product packaging and ingredients.
Industry leaders gather for a roundtable discussion on how they've beaten back the tide against power players like Chewy and Amazon.
Pet spending in the U.S. is poised to surpass $100 billion after sales grew in every product and service category during 2019.
Join the pet care community and engage with your elected officials to advocate on behalf of the pet industry.