Attending consumer pet shows isn’t just about making quick sales— it’s about starting conversations that will earn your store lifelong customers.
Cause marketing initiatives are demonstrating steadily growing appeal among U.S. pet owners.
What can pet industry retailers and manufacturers do to ensure a steady stream of revenue during the remaining winter months?
As two-legged residents fled with pets and livestock in tow after the fires broke out, animal rescue organizations and evacuation centers sprang into action.
Stores can close for many reasons, but having a strong customer connection is one of the keys to staying open.
For many retailers, the first of the year can be a slow season. But with the right promotions, you can find ways to generate extra sales.
The biggest superpremium boom in the category will come from cat litter judged by better-educated consumers to be at once fully effective and planet-friendly, according to Packaged Facts.
Could the Pet Connections Expo be a viable new Northeastern show?
A look at how famous furry companions are celebrating the holidays this year.
Why an established certification of breeders is important to the pet trade.
Special orders are often a great way to serve pet owners who are seeking something that is not on your shelf. But beware: This business practice doesn’t always result in a happy ending—or a satisfied customer.
U.S. pet owners are laying out upward of $6 billion per year on pet treats.
Colors, sound and scent are all important factors in setting the mood in your store, and the right combination can encourage shoppers to linger and spend more.
By keeping up-to-date with technological innovations and implementing them in your store, it can be simpler than you might imagine to gain an edge over competitors.
How a San Diego-based organization ensures the women it works with, as well as its animal therapists, are receiving the care they need.