The veterinary services segment of the pet industry has grown 5% in 2014 to $23 billion in revenue.
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From frozen food to freeze-dried offerings, feeding (and selling) raw cat food has never been so convenient.
As owners pursue specialty and functional diets for their dogs, manufacturers respond with quality options from breed- and life-stage-specific to limited-ingredient and weight-loss formulas.
What every pet market builder should consider as they rethink old strategies and develop new ones.
Controllers and programmable equipment are large potential sources of revenue.
Mobile pet groomers are in greater demand than ever before and have no trouble finding owners who value the convenience of home service, even at a premium.
Busy pet owners opt for innovative tools designed to speed up the training process.
Keeping an eye on what’s bubbling now in the shampoo and conditioner segment can equal better grooms.
If 2014 featured the rise of the doting pet “parent” and increased demand for higher-quality nutrition what will 2015 have in store for the pet industry? Pet Product News interviewed retailers, manufacturers and trade groups for the answers