The pet enclosures and barriers category has evolved to align with the values of consumers who want to ensure the comfort—and safety—of their animals.
Treat maker Chasing Our Tails isn’t letting the coronavirus get in the way of innovation.
Dr. Marcie J. Campion, pet technical lead for Black Gold Pet Food, explains how the company’s approach to canine nutrition provides everything a dog needs to live an energetic and adventurous life.
Geographical retailing allows retailers to provide an appropriate portfolio of products tailored to the specific wants and needs of local pet owners.
All pet parents are looking for unconditional love and companionship, but different age groups often seek out products that align with their respective lifestyles.
Raw pet foods were once considered a trend, but they’re officially here to stay as more owners become aware of the health benefits.
In offering fresh designs and high-quality products, Sentiments, Inc. is at the forefront of the growing pet furniture category.
This assortment of treats for cats and dogs provides an added nutritional boost for pets in-between mealtimes.
Spending time outdoors with pets is a great way to bond and get some exercise. This collection of products will help pets and humans experience the great outdoors together.
When it comes to fruit and vegetables in pet nutrition, the best tool for selling these products is education.
Pet ID tags have the potential to be a profit center if retailers are strategic about offering fresh and diverse options.
Whether it’s by plane, train or car, pet parents need to be prepared for any situation when traveling with their furry friends.
Alison Cremeans, director of marketing for MiracleCorp, discusses the company’s complete line of innovative, solution-driven pet products designed to enhance the human-animal bond.
Retailers already know the supplement category is a gold mine, but they may not be harnessing it to its full potential.
How you set the prices in your salon can make or break your business.
Functional treats have the ability to offer pets benefits beyond what traditional treats can provide.
Manufacturers of hemp-based pet products say items are in demand, but retailers should pay close attention to ingredients.
This assortment of flea and tick products will help protect pets from pests.
A retailer’s biggest competitor is often themself.
The stain and odor management category is an opportunity for retailers to showcase their knowledge and point customers in the right direction.