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ON THE COVER
On with the Show

Selling Puppy Training

News:
Spectrum Brands Names New CEO, Poised for Other Changes

PET DEALER FOCUS
Retailer of the Year
Teca Tu

MARKETPLACES

Cat

  • Digesting the facts of kitten nutrition

Bird 

  • Feeders, foods, substrates, books and more

Dog

  • Selling Puppy Training
    (from the cover)

Home: Indoor & Outdoor 

  • Preparing for Arrival

Grooming & Pet Services

  • Adding training to the grooming service mix

Aquatic

  • Baiting the line for fish food sales

Herp 

  • Choosing hot and cold 

Small Mammal

  • Habitats for beginning small mammal owners center on accessibility and cleaning

Boutique & Gift

  • Collars, apparel, books, doormats and more

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WEB EXCLUSIVES
Bagging New Customers With Starter Kits
Retailers can start their customers off right with complete aquarium setups.
By David Lass 

Business Builders: Cutting Costs without Cutting Service 
Industry insiders offer advice for independents weathering a tough economy.
By Alison Bour

Boutique & Gift: Celebrating Customers’ Pets
Breed-specific gifts and accessories are trending toward low price points and customization.
By Maggie M. Shein

Behind the Scenes: Party Animal
The West Hollywood, Calif.-based pet food company is reaping the benefits with its organic, natural, predominately U.S.-sourced pet food. 
By Mike Ventre

Sizzling Stock: Health Products Gain Amid Economic Loss
The market for first aid and medicated items for dogs and cats grows as consumers seek out ways to treat their pets at home.
By Nikki Moustaki

Dog: Of Merchandising and Matchmaking
Palm Beach Puppies and Boutique uses clever displays and a passion for pairing to succeed at pet retail..
By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson

Dog: Harnessing Sale Potential
New puppy owners might be surprised to learn that one size doesn’t necessarily “fit” all.
By Sandy Robins

Bird: Show, Tell and Sell More Birds
Retailers can increase sales with interactive displays, an educated sales staff and creative marketing strategies.
By Cheryl Reeves

Sizzling Stock: Getting Ahead in the Food Game
Cat foods are always changing, but finding the right angle may make the difference in picking up customers.
By Michael Ventre

International Waters:

BONUS CONTENT
Small Mammal: Starting Off Easy
By Peggy Scott 

Home: Creating Pet Welcome Baskets
By Lori Luechtefeld

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