Understanding what your clients want in a mobile groomer will help your business stay in the fast lane.
The SuperZoo trade show in Las Vegas is one big reminder about why we’re in this industry to begin with.
In the age of e-commerce, pet specialty independents must march to their own beat.
The pace at which marketers are flooding the cannabidiol (CBD) space is stunning, and the phenomenon has important implications for both the pet supplements market and the industry as a whole.
Indie retailers need to seek out product manufacturers that not only make products, but also help sell them.
Customer reviews online do not have to make or break a pet business’s reputation, if business owners are willing to read and respond to concerns or praise.
New research reveals that dogs mirror the stress levels of their owners, reaffirming the notion that emotions can be contagious.
A new pet friendly hotel, which is set to open in Kanab, Utah, a week before SuperZoo, is just the most recent example of how much pet-centric culture has taken hold in the U.S.
Pet specialty retailers can appeal to their tech-savvy shoppers with these tech-driven products.
These pet product categories present ample opportunity for pet product marketers looking to capitalize on the human trend of snacking between meals.
A successful future in retail requires data. Are you fortune telling or forecasting?
As the internet continues to swallow up increasingly larger slices of the pet pie, brick-and-mortars are forced to retool their strategies.
Sustainability is top of mind for today’s shoppers. Thus, pet retailers have much to gain by becoming more eco-conscious.
Distributors remain a vital part of the supply chain, and PIDA’s Power of D website details how much retailers have to gain by understanding the critical and diverse roles these companies play.
B.C. Henschen explains why he's been tempted to offer potential employees some advice.