The annual trade show was the perfect opportunity to assess how natural human product trends are influencing the pet space.
Pet specialty retailers looking to heat up sales might want to consider adding refrigerated and frozen displays to their food offerings.
Cat food that is made in the USA isn't quite as popular as U.S.-made dog food, sources report—but it could be getting there.
Grooming business professionals will showcase their skills and compete with top challengers in categories during this weekend's Atlanta Pet Fair & Conference.
How in-store freezers can offer a competitive advantage for retailers of fish food.
Having to defend your premium, grain-free pet food assortment in the face of steady criticism and scrutiny can be exhausting. Talking to your suppliers and peers may help.
Now is a great time to evaluate your retail product mix and marketing efforts, according to World Pet Association president Jacinthe Moreau.
Judy Breton, director of grooming and special services at World Pet Association, shares her top trade show tips for a successful event.
Putting together a manual for training new employees doesn’t have to be a burden for shopkeepers, thanks to these four simple phases.
My dog's ancestry was an unknown that I was fine with until curiosity got the best of me.
These market developments offer clues as to the direction in which the industry is likely headed, according to Packaged Facts.
Three pet specialty retailers explain what food companies can do to set their minds at ease.
During the Pet Industry Leadership Conference, APPA president Bob Vetere delivered a message that will likely resonate with everyone in the industry.
B.C. Henschen explains why e-commerce might not be the best avenue for micro-independent retailers—even when there are ways to make online retailing more feasible.
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