Shoppers want to support their local pet stores, but for many, curbside pickup will be a requirement of the patronage.
Ongoing trends and new data on pet ownership point to better-than-expected defense against pandemic-related slump.
A new study by Mira-Pet reveals what pet owners fear the most about returning to work as shelter-in-place orders lift amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Retailers can follow these tips to build an online selling presence to stay competitive in today’s marketplace.
Brick-and-mortar retailers may need to ramp up their efforts to beat their e-commerce competitors by spreading the word about their product assortment and services.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) offers advice to help keep your pets calm while fireworks are going off.
The answer will depend on how pet industry participants respond now and in the aftermath.
Take Your Dog to Work Day was created by Pet Sitters International (PSI) as a way to celebrate dogs and promote pet adoptions.
The human-animal bond can play an important role in the healthy aging process, according to the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI).
Pet retailers and manufacturers are not without resources to help them get through these peculiar times.
There are a couple of factors to consider when trying to predict how these dynamics will play out.
TurfMutt Foundation provides tips on how to include pet safety when mapping out a disaster preparedness plan.
The effects of keeping such services may be more beneficial than retailers think.
From a web-connected music player to enticing bird foods and treats, here are PPN’s picks for the week.
Adopt-a-Cat Month is part of a larger effort by American Humane to help solve the unique challenges and issues felines face.