The American Pet Products Association (APPA)’s Right Start Membership aims to connect emerging pet product businesses with the resources they need to succeed.
Pet owners in need can enter to receive free pellets, hay, treats and other items for their furry companions.
The distribution center, located in Kewanee, Ill., is dedicated to the company’s PetEdge professional pet grooming supplies and equipment business.
Charmaine Davis-Ford previously served as chief accountant for the American Pet Products Association (APPA).
The online retailer is donating $1 million to expand food support for people and pets living in underserved communities.
The offering as well as other changes in store operations are in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Pet Industry Groups Call for Government Leaders to Retract Requested Ban on the International Trade of Live Wildlife
PIJAC and other pet industry groups say that the prohibition on international live wildlife trade would damage American businesses and provide little defense against future coronavirus (COVID-19) widespread infections.
The campaign aims to provide support for both pet specialty retailers and pet owners during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Facebook live stream event, which takes place every Friday, focuses on animal health and wellness with Dr. Kris Hansen, a member of the Earth Animal veterinary team.
Several positions will be placed on furlough, while grooming services will remain available where permitted, despite some debate.