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November 2016

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In This Issue

Send Bird Toys Flying Out the Doors

Set pet product sales soaring by providing consumers with a variety of avian toy options and education on their use.

International Waters: EU Aquatic Invasives Legislation Now in Force

Tempting the Feline Palate

Moist, natural diets filled with wholesome ingredients gain popularity among cat-owning customers.

Topping Off Nutrition

Pet food toppers, enhancers and mixers with natural ingredients are a great way to boost pets’ nutrition and retailers’ sales.

Supplements, Oils as Problem Solvers for Pets

Dog owners turn to supplements and essential oils to address their companions’ health and behavioral needs.

Neck and Neck

Pet specialty retailers can liven up collar, leash and harness selections with attention-grabbing patterns and functional features.

By Special Request

Many of today’s pet owners seek specialty food formulas designed to target specific conditions and needs.

Welcome to Your Neighborhood Pet Store

Paul and Cara Allen set out to create a pet retail environment where “everyone knows your name”—and your pets’ names, too.

Quality Counts

Harald Fisker, president of Grizzly Pet Products in Woodinville, Wash., explains how his company uses Alaskan wild salmon co-products from seafood production to create nutrition-packed supplements, treats and pet food.

Natural/Organic to Account for Quarter of $31B Pet Food Sales in 2016

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