Neil Werde, managing director of canine development for Worldwise, Inc., explains how the company’s Guaranteed On Board program ensures fewer hassles for traveling pet owners.
In protecting the perception of premium and super-premium pet foods in the eyes of consumers, pet specialty retailers shoulder a critical responsibility and gain an unmatched opportunity.
As more dog owners shy away from complex foods containing unpronounceable ingredients, producers of limited-ingredient diets are keeping it simple, devising natural, recognizable options.
Although there is no single set of industry standards to define natural pet treats, it is clear that many manufacturers are devoted to setting a high bar with their products.
Our top picks for enhancing your winter assortment.
The winter season is a great time to promote natural foods and treats, as people seek to indulge their pets in ways that are healthy, nutritious and fun.
The right selection of spa products can help customers keep their pets looking and feeling their best.
Manufacturers say that while the classics will prevail this fall, the season’s products will feature exciting new fabrics, textures and colors.
Many feline Internet stars have become household names; so how has this explosive trend impacted the pet category, and how can retailers use the trend to their advantage?
Ruff Life Pet Outfitter’s thoughtfully planned aesthetic is a tasteful nod to Michigan’s industrial history.
Denny Hamill, CEO of iFetch, explains how the company’s automated ball-tossing toy has grown from a simple idea to a sizeable family business.
High-end products in the pet category today often cross the line, designed every bit as much for pet owners as for the pets themselves.