Two of PPN's 2018-2019 Retailer of the Year Award winners explain how they celebrate the season in their stores.
Nearly 12 years after the Great Pet Food Recall, there’s still cause for concern, according to Packaged Facts.
B.C. Henschen explains why, in today’s market, brick-and-mortar retailers still play a crucial role as influencers for pet product manufacturers.
An independent pet retailer explains why adding services to a brick-and-mortar store in order to boost foot traffic doesn’t need to be a costly undertaking.
Pet marketers and retailers that are playing the long game are betting on veterinary services.
A consumer alert from the FDA linking pet foods with potatoes and multiple legumes to canine heart disease has caused some confusion for pet owners and retailers alike.
More companies that tout fresh, human-grade pet foods have emerged to the fanfare of investors, spurring the next trend in the superpremium category.
At the most recent AAFCO meeting, manufacturers and regulators stepped up to the microphone to say they were doing something in the interest of transparency.
WalletHub used factors such as pet care costs, walkability and pet businesses per capita to determine which cities are most suited for Fido and Fluffy.
In the past two years, investment in the pet industry has included upward of $23 billion in mergers and acquisitions.
Pet tech is a smart play for proactive pet marketers and service providers.
With the job market improving, finding the right candidates is crucial for pet businesses.
When retailers continually research the foods they carry and learn more about pet nutrition, it’s a win for their customers and the ever-evolving pet industry as a whole.
Amazon has entered the dog food arena with private label offerings, but whether savvy pet owners will embrace them is still debatable.
Learning everything you can about pet food recalls will make you more informed about what you are and aren’t putting on your shelves, and consumers will turn to you as a trusted resource.