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December 2018

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In This Issue

A Natural Evolution

Several new trends in the pet food category are helping to define and shape what it means to be a “natural” product.

International Waters: Australian Clarion Angelfish Clarification

An amendment to Australia’s list of permitted species that can be imported and distributed has led to some confusion over angelfish.

Feeding Aquatic Appetites

The aquatics hobby is growing, and with it flake, pellet and frozen food sales.

Alternative Answers

Cannabidiol (CBD) products entice customers looking for all-natural solutions—both for their pets’ health conditions and everyday wellness.

Solid Sourcing Required

In addition to ingredient lists, consumers are scrutinizing how and where dog treats and chews are sourced.

Herptile Cornucopia

Customers are increasingly focused on giving their herptile pets a wide variety of healthful, natural food options and supplements.

Hydrating Fare

Pet owners seek out wet foods for their cats due to palatability, added moisture and fewer fillers.

Steppin’ Out in Style

Comfort and safety are top considerations for pet owners searching for collars, leashes and harnesses.

Virginia Is for Dog Lovers

Pet Product News’ 2018-2019 Marketing Retailer of the Year Award winner combined its nutritional expertise and love of animals to expand from one store to five.
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