With more consumers than ever going online to purchase pet products, it is imperative that traditional brick-and-mortar retailers evolve their approach to keep up with the internet heavyweights.
Through sourcing from natural origins, manufacturers of chews and antlers are providing premium products that provide vital nutrients to maximize pet wellness.
Looking beyond what the U.S. has to offer, globally sourcing ingredients provide a variety of ingredient options for manufacturers to choose from.
As the holidays near, pet owners will be looking for the perfect gifts to give to their friends and their pets.
As awareness for pet first-aid products grows, retailers have the opportunity to be a source of knowledge and to provide the latest category innovations.
Saltsox CEO Cindy Magiera, explains how her company’s innovative dog booties comfortably shield pets from the harsh elements.
With the holidays approaching fast, there’s a lot retailers need to keep in mind and be on top of in order to ensure a successful selling season.
Many pet retailers take time during the holiday rush to focus on giving back to local rescue groups, nonprofit organizations and other charitable initiatives, helping everyone get in the yuletide spirit.
Stemming from pop culture, entertainment and fashion, licensed products can draw in new customers and spark bigger sales.
To pin down success in the containment category, retailers need to go the extra mile with selection, displays and education.
Consumer interest in natural and clean ingredient foods and treats is driving manufacturers and retailers to increase their organic offerings.
The duty of cleaning up after pets is a labor of love, but consumers want cleaning formulas that will safely ease the burden of solving stain and odor issues.
After 31 years in the pet industry, Loving Pets founder and president Eric Abbey understands the industry from the inside out.
The 2019 Retailer of the Year wants pets and pet parents to enjoy the shopping experience in its stores.
The 2019 Retailer of the Year learned how to manage e-commerce to keep up with buyer trends.
Free online training from Pet Store Pro and PIDA builds skills to increase growth.
Jeffrey H. Schick, CVPM, partner at Francissen Rafelson Schick LLP, discusses how his law firm helps retailers and pet product manufacturers successfully navigate the complex world of e-commerce.
Properly merchandising products around your store provides a better customer experience and a bigger profit.
The company partnered with a leading provider of software designed to reduce brand and pricing policy violations.
When it comes to selecting products to carry in stores, patriotism is in high demand.