General manager Jen Loesch explains how Minneapolis-based Sojos focuses on delivering safe, natural, farm-fresh nutrition in the raw, shelf-stable food and treats category.
Daminger’s pleases pet owners with targeted product recommendations and friendly service.
How a natural pet store in Ohio is keeping up with a growing demand for raw foods.
With cleanliness and fish health top of mind, Reef To Rift keeps customers coming back for its service, supplies and livestock.
Sparked by Lucy Pet Products’ Joey Herrick, a pet industry innovator extraordinaire, four corporations collaborate to revolutionize the cat litter category.
Go Dog Go is a quaint and quintessential single, small, independent pet specialty retailer where cutting-edge nutrition, product quality, a carefully culled selection and customer education reign.
An uptown boutique catering to the rich, the famous and those in the know.
Animal Outfitters is marking its 10-year anniversary as a community cornerstone by opening a second location with specialty services.
Something Fishy’s goal is to share the excitement of owning an aquarium with as many people as possible.
This Traverse City, Mich., store centers on giving pets happy homes and healthful food, treats and supplements.
With a mission to clear tear stains from pets’ eyes, Angels’ Eyes prides itself on its originality, quality and transparency.
A values-driven business plan evolves into a profitable business strategy.
This family-run business is a hidden gem for Florida aquarium keepers looking for quality livestock and sage advice.
Python aquarium-maintenance tools have gone from being carried in a few Midwest pet stores to being sold throughout the U.S., shipped to 23 other countries and sold online, but what the company is most proud of is its American roots.
Centinela Feed and Pet Supplies started as a feed store in 1930s Los Angeles, but under the Nakagawa family it's grown into a thriving multi-location pet retailer with strong community ties.