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.
In a world that’s been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing’s for sure—the pet industry has made the most of the grim situation and, once again, demonstrated its durability.
Natural health and wellness products come in all shapes and sizes, and it’s up to retailers to convey the capability of these products.
Raw pet foods were once considered a trend, but they’re officially here to stay as more owners become aware of the health benefits.
Pet owners are increasingly favoring natural foods and treats for their dogs and cats, making this a fairly dynamic category for pet specialty retailers.
Incorporating sustainable practices into a pet business will have multiple long-lasting benefits.
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.
It’s time to take a retrospective look at how the FDA’s report on the alleged connection between DCM and grain-free dog food impacted and changed the pet industry.
Increasingly, pet parents are turning to health and wellness products similar to those used for their own personal well-being in order to treat their animals—including those that contain CBD.
Whether it’s by plane, train or car, pet parents need to be prepared for any situation when traveling with their furry friends.
It is vital to take care of the most important asset in the grooming salon—the groomer.
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.
When it comes to marketing pet technology, there needs to be a balance between demonstrating its purpose while highlighting its advantages.
The stain and odor management category is an opportunity for retailers to showcase their knowledge and point customers in the right direction.
For more than 150 years, the family behind Fromm Family Pet Food has been a pillar of the local communities in which their American dream became a reality.
Grain-inclusive diets can fill the nutritional voids in a pet’s diet.
Manufacturers are standing by their grain-free products as healthy and beneficial options for pet parents.
Creative and flavorful additions to a pet’s food can provide a boost of nutrition to benefit their overall health.