Courtney Mack, marketing communications specialist for Innovacyn, Inc., discusses the company’s commitment to bringing FDA-regulated healthcare solutions to market under its popular Vetericyn brand.
Terry Gao, president of Caitec Corporation, discusses how his company focuses on designing products that benefit not only pets and their caregivers, but also pet specialty retailers.
Brad Gruber, chief operating officer at Health Extension Pet Care, discusses how his company’s diverse lineup of nutrition, grooming and training products are a perfect fit for independent pet specialty stores.
Mustafa Koliva, president of OoMaLoo, discusses how his company’s handmade toys enrich the lives of not only pets, but also women in need.
Len Horowitz, founder and CEO of 4 Paws Tech, discusses how his company is making dogs “beautiful by day and visible by night.”
Sara Kuris-Morgan, founder and CEO of Frenchie’s Kitchen, discusses how her company’s human-grade, made-in-the-USA diets meet the demands of today’s discerning pet owners.
Bobbi Panter, owner of Bobbi Panter Pet Products, discusses her recent partnership with Antwan André Patton, better known as Big Boi from the hip-hop duo Outkast.
ZippyPaws continues to grow and innovate with an exciting selection of toys and outdoor gear for dogs, says designer and vice president Jen Cao.
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.
It is becoming extremely clear, through anecdotal information and statistical research, that cats are very popular pets these days.
With hundreds of manufacturers camped out on the Super Zoo's show floor, pet boutique retailers have an excellent opportunity to see what many expect to be hot for the all-important fall selling season.
Katie Pottenger, owner of Parker’s in Chicago, explains how she has worked to evolve her pet boutique’s brand since it opened seven years ago.
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.
Dogs are increasingly joining their owners on a variety of outdoor adventures, creating an emerging opportunity for pet stores who cater to active customers.
With all that is going on in the marketplace, from the growing power of Internet retailing to dramatically changing consumer purchasing patterns, all retailers must be ready to explore new strategies in order to thrive and survive in the future.
Crystalyn Guzman, CEO of Aroma Paws, explains the company’s approach to chemical-free grooming products.
Colleen Demling explains how careful forethought and preparation can lay the foundation for a mutually profitable retailer/dog trainer partnership.