With so many treat and chew choices on the market, how does a retailer differentiate and highlight all the various shelf stock?
Highlight your store’s small mammal section with cool, easy-to-clean cages that emphasize interactivity with pets.
Consumers seek out easy-to-use and program feeders and waterers that will keep their pets nourished even when they are away from home.
Not just for humans anymore, buzz around the high-tech products industry surrounds new technology designed to help pet owners stay better connected to their dogs.
If you find yourself running short on product, there is still time to get a few last minute items to fill in—and if you’re lucky, at a promotional price.
Consumers want natural, beneficial and easy-to-administer supplements to keep their pets on top of their game.
10 of the pet industry’s top professionals discuss trends, challenges and the advice they would give every retailer.
Major conferences cite oversaturation of natural claims, but the clean label movement could bring clarity to pet nutrition.
Whip this category into shape with best-practice merchandising techniques and the right know-how.
Pet owners are choosing freeze-dried raw and dehydrated foods as an easy-to-prepare, nutrition-packed alternative to other diets.