Today, pets are more than just animals; they’re a reflection of owners’ tastes. Here’s how manufacturers and retailers are leveraging this phenomenon.
The Habitattitude education campaign raises awareness and aims to prevent release of pets into the wild.
Pet product companies must understand the impact of ingredients and the level of scrutiny that consumers apply to the products they purchase.
Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Midland does its part to support a growing national franchise.
When it comes to selecting a point-of-sale system, retailers should examine key features that can improve the efficiency and profits of their business.
Two M&A experts share valuable guidelines for navigating a process that is always complicated and often overwhelming for business owners.
Who says you have to choose between functional pet products and beautiful home décor?
Retailers should carry on-trend fashion items that cater to multiple tastes, lifestyles and occasions.
As more young pet owners embrace an active way of life, they are bringing their pets along for the journey.
Kriser's takes employee training to new levels with programs tailored for Millennials.
At Woof! Orlando, owner Michelle Olds and her team provide dogs with a human-grade experience, whether they come in for a quick grooming appointment or an overnight stay.
Electronic wizardry is redesigning the relationship between people and their pets.
With summer vacations ahead, these travel products make adventuring with pets manageable and fun.
There are a variety of strategies that retailers can utilize to increase store revenue in the digital age.
A new survey examines the spending habits and attitudes of Millennial pet parents toward their four-legged companions.
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean pet parents can take a vacation from injury and disease prevention.
A new survey breaks down pet owners’ spending habits by state, age, pet type and more.
The right product packaging plays a huge role in catching shoppers' attention and driving sales.
Sleepypod announced that its entire line of pet safety restraints for cars has been crash tested at U.S., Canadian and European child safety restraint systems standards.
Amazon further strengthened its presence in the pet industry by launching Wag, its own private label pet food brand.