These five pumpkin pet products will help any pet owner ease into the upcoming fall season.
Despite COVID-19-related hardships, the pet industry will likely benefit from resilient pet food sales.
One state takes the lead, according to a survey by Lombardo Homes.
Social distancing shouldn’t preclude stores from offering Halloween-themed customer experiences this fall.
A new book asserts that the U.S. needs more pet-inclusive housing and businesses.
The AKC Museum of the Dog’s newest exhibit, “Presidential Dogs,” explores the answer.
BEAK urges retailers to not miss this opportunity to support or grow responsible bird ownership.
How to become a classic brick-and-mortar retailer with a strong digital strategy.
For some men and women, the answer is yes, according to a survey conducted in observance of National Dog Day on Aug. 26.
B.C. Henschen reveals what happened when he made a major freezer investment during COVID.
The president of PIDA recaps the webinar series Navigating Your Pet Business in These Uncertain Times, which was presented by Lynn Switanowski.
Pet Retail Brands' Richard Maltsbarger recounts the collaborative efforts that proved critical to the pet care community's early COVID-19 response.
Members of the pet care community will still bring their messages and stories to Congress for PIJAC's annual fly-in, but this year, it will be via video.
Shoppers want to support their local pet stores, but for many, curbside pickup will be a requirement of the patronage.
Ongoing trends and new data on pet ownership point to better-than-expected defense against pandemic-related slump.
A new study by Mira-Pet reveals what pet owners fear the most about returning to work as shelter-in-place orders lift amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Retailers can follow these tips to build an online selling presence to stay competitive in today's marketplace.
Brick-and-mortar retailers may need to ramp up their efforts to beat their e-commerce competitors by spreading the word about their product assortment and services.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) offers advice to help keep your pets calm while fireworks are going off.
The answer will depend on how pet industry participants respond now and in the aftermath.
Take Your Dog to Work Day was created by Pet Sitters International (PSI) as a way to celebrate dogs and promote pet adoptions.
The human-animal bond can play an important role in the healthy aging process, according to the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI).
Pet retailers and manufacturers are not without resources to help them get through these peculiar times.
There are a couple of factors to consider when trying to predict how these dynamics will play out.
TurfMutt Foundation provides tips on how to include pet safety when mapping out a disaster preparedness plan.
The effects of keeping such services may be more beneficial than retailers think.
From a web-connected music player to enticing bird foods and treats, here are PPN's picks for the week.
Adopt-a-Cat Month is part of a larger effort by American Humane to help solve the unique challenges and issues felines face.
Mars Petcare recently launched a free digital education tool powered by Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp chat bot functionality.
A new survey by Banfield Pet Hospital found that a majority of pet owners feel more attuned to their pet's health after spending more time at home due to stay-at-home orders.
How looking back at a past economic fallout can help retailers as they strategize ways to move their businesses forward post-COVID19.
Manufacturers discuss the pandemic's impact on the category and explain the benefits and challenges to producing products domestically.
As shelter-in-place orders lift, Robin Bennett, a certified professional dog trainer and co-founder of The Dog Gurus, offers advice on how pet facility owners can prepare for the reopening of their business.
Pedigree launched “Dogs on Zoom” as a way to support pet adoption, allowing people to meet and adopt a new pet contact-free.
RestoraPet offers tips to help pet owners manage their pets' anxiety as America begins to reopen amid COVID-19 pandemic.
A new survey by Michelson Found Animals Foundation (MFA) revealed that our furry family members are bringing joy, easing anxiety and encouraging exercise during stay-at-home orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pet owners are always seeking products to keep their four-legged friends happy and healthy. Here are five that fit the bill.
National Pet Week is the perfect time to celebrate furry, feathered or finned friends, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
These efforts will create a community that will want to continue to stay connected with your store beyond its walls.
Boost your knowledge on all sorts of pet-related topics, particularly canine nutrition, by taking advantage of the many educational opportunities that abound online.
After weeks of forced closure, a grooming business owner puzzles over how to recover from the havoc that the COVID-19 lockdown wreaked.
Three pet industry insiders weigh in on how the COVID-19 pandemic could affect sales of life stage diets, and premium pet food as a whole.
Whether it be a stroll around the neighborhood or a jog on a local trail, here are some products that will brighten the adventure.
Michelson Found Animals clears the air on some misconceptions floating around during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Brick-and-mortar retailers are feeling the crunch as online retailers take a bigger slice of overall pet food sales.
In order to become trusted health partners to pet owners, micro independents need to display their nutritional education.
This store focuses on consultations and offering wholesome nutritional products, superior supplements and other high-quality items for pet wellness.
Pet manufacturers discuss the consumer trends that are impacting the health and wellness segment and where it is headed.
The rise of Instagram as a marketing channel has created a unique niche of brand stars. Could your furry friend be next?
The CEO of Animal Supply Co. asserts that the grocery channel supply chain can't keep up with pet owners' needs and offers an update on what his company is doing to support pet specialty.