Joey Herrick’s driving need to reduce the U.S. pet overpopulation problem
It all started with a rescue dog and a bag of traditional Nepali cheese.
Pussy & Pooch Pethouse and Pawbar, at the frontline of modern eclectic style, is perfect for trendsetting pet owners looking for the ultimate shopping experience.
Lisa Burns developed Eye Envy to combat her cats’ tear stains and branched out to the world of dogs, building a successful brand and company along the way.
A retailer in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square mixes funky products (think Star Trek-themed pet gear) with premium food and treats.
A San Diego bakery focused on expanding its homemade treats business, growing its client base and stocking more pet food.
Radagast Pet Food Inc. has seen steady growth since bringing its Rad Cat Raw Diet cat food to market, but education is needed to overcome the public’s misconceptions about raw pet food.
Thanks to an exceptionally close-knit community and a determination to survive, our Retailer of the Year: One to Watch winner has endured a potentially career-ending perfect storm now enjoys fair winds and following seas.
Robin Kershner, owner of Huxley & Kent, knows pet boutiques.
TailsSpin Pet Food & Accessories tirelessly champions its community and collaborates with local businesses, charities, schools and, most of all, pets, to create heartfelt connections.
In an era when selling live animals doesn’t often pay and creates extra headaches, Reptile Finders discovers a way to keep the best scaly critters in front of its customers.
Mobile groomers love their work because it’s a passion with many perks. Four share a look into their businesses and their workaday lives.
Advantek, an animal containment company for pets and backyard farm animals, got its start in 2004 in the Los Angeles area as a hand tool company.
With a staff of less than 10, Vetscience LLC says its Fruitables brand offers pets and their owners the industry’s largest variety of combination flavors.