This aquarium staple is facing a changing fish food market and stiff competition.
Expert advice on how retailers can craft customized services in order to strengthen financial performance through greater quality of management and employee engagement.
Groomers and owners favor natural ingredients and products made in the USA for skin and coat treatments for pets.
Retailers share what they believe the definition of Made in the USA should mean and what industry and customer trends they’re seeing on the front lines where American products are or are not being bought. Manufacturers respond with the triumphs and challenges of sourcing, manufacturing and employing in the U.S.
There’s plenty of good out there online, but protecting one’s personal and professional reputation is becoming serious business.
Newly minted president and CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council Mike Bober plans to grow the legislative and regulatory watchdog into an organization with a budget and staff to match the size and scope of the industry it serves.
Recently published data highlights the top trends that drove the pet products and services market in 2015 and will continue to do so in 2016.
Think the humanization trend hasn’t hit the avian category? Think again.
Cat owners use treats as a way to express affection for their pets, and, increasingly, they’re looking for tidbits with healthful ingredients.
Products designed for pet first aid and safety are on the rise with more owners on the move with their dogs and cats and concerned with their well-being.
Customers value how well natural litter and bedding work above all other qualities.
With so many treat and chew choices on the market, how does a retailer differentiate and highlight all the various shelf stock?
Highlight your store’s small mammal section with cool, easy-to-clean cages that emphasize interactivity with pets.
Consumers seek out easy-to-use and program feeders and waterers that will keep their pets nourished even when they are away from home.