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.
Five ways that pet specialty retailers can highlight their travel product assortments and become the destination of choice for their on-the-go customers.
Empower your employees to take ownership of customer complaints and resolve situations on their own.
The services side of the U.S. pet industry is rife with flux.
Nicole Kallish, education manager at Andis, explains which tools are right for handling these pests.
Nothing stirs up controversy in our industry quite like the question of whether or not stores should sell pets.
E-commerce is but one facet of an even larger trend that is rapidly changing how pet owners interact with products.
Netflix reveals five shows that users and their pets enjoy watching together.
No two days are quite alike for Dr. K and her team.
Independents can offer some great nutritional advice, but it’s important to acknowledge when a pet clearly needs veterinary help.
Pet specialty retailers share best practices for boosting employee morale and inspiring longevity.