The dog day care franchise went up 18 spots to No. 12 on the annual ranking of the “smartest growing brands.”
The wellness-focused, membership-based grooming franchise plans to have sold 100 licenses by 2022 and have 250 open and operating “Scenters” by 2024.
The Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) and the Winn Feline Foundation have found that the Feline Temperament Profile (FTP), a cat temperament assessment, may help shelters better place cats in loving homes.
The pet retailer’s Mind Body Bowl Benefits loyalty program aims to take the customer experience to a “whole new level.”
Banfield Pet Hospital reveals trends that define pet health in 2020 and predictions for what to expect in 2021.
Cat owners want more representation when it comes to pet food, pet products and pet services, according to a new report by market research firm Packaged Facts.
The association will stock TEEF! products in its warehouse for veterinary practice members to purchase for their hospitals.
The ice cream company has launched frozen treats that are specifically formulated for dogs.
The collection bins, an extension of the pet toy company’s Join the Loop program, began rolling out at retail locations in January.
The company, a provider of foods and personalized nutrition services for dogs and cats, will have its North American headquarters in Reidsville, N.C.
The human-animal bond lecture series, sponsored by Idexx, will stream live on Jan. 21.
The agreement with the premium pet food manufacturer runs through 2022.
The cat litter company is expanding its North American manufacturing footprint by opening a new headquarters in Windsor, Colo.
The free newsletter—“The Weekly Roundup: United to Preserve the Human-Animal Bond”—is geared toward pet industry businesses and pet owners.
The owner of Warren London Dog Spa & Grooming Products released “Maurice: The Little Boston” in early January.
The livestream virtual gala, to be held Feb. 12, will honor the museum’s longtime supporter and board member Ronald H. Menaker.
The pet retailer plans to raise about $744 million in its initial public offering (IPO), giving the company a valuation of nearly $4 billion, according to news reports.
The campaign, “Dogs Give Everything 100%,” will help highlight the pet food brand’s new packaging, which is set to appear on store shelves sometime this month.
The American Kennel Club (AKC) now recognizes 197 breeds.
The catnip brand is expanding into Singapore through a distribution partnership with Polygen Asia.
The acquisition represents the first acquisition of a pet specialty retailer by United Raw, a majority-owned subsidiary of Dane Creek Capital Corp.
Christian Betancourt, who comes from Anytime Fitness, is tasked with helping the membership-based dog grooming business accelerate its franchise growth.
Pet Palette will begin carrying raw freeze-dried Meow and Woof food and treats and manuka honey by the end of January.
BrightPet’s portfolio of pet food and treat brands has expanded to include products sold under the Stewart brand.
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Bullymake is a direct-to-consumer dog subscription box built specifically for power chewers.
Benebone is a manufacturer of chew toys for dogs.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have dampened the U.S. economy, but pet owners still spent big on non-medical needs and supplies in 2020, according to a new survey by PetPlace.
Daniel Reitman, owner of Dan’s Dog Walking and Pet Sitting in Port Washington, N.Y., will represent the pet-sitting industry throughout 2021.
Petland Charities, the nonprofit arm of the pet retailer, recently presented 25 shelters and rescues with $1,000 checks.
Commissioned by Royal Canin and conducted by OnePoll, the survey delved into the first year of pet ownership and the highs and lows that come with it.
World’s Best Cat Litter recently reached its goal of donating one million pounds of litter to shelters in need.
Nature’s Logic is the first pet food company to join the business organization, officials said.
Inspired Pet Nutrition, which is based in the United Kingdom, is known for its dry dog food and pet treats under the Harringtons and Wagg brands.
The pet and human nutritional products company recently hired David Buley as vice president for manufacturing and supply chain.
DogVills joins the Pawzitivity Pet Products family of brands, including Vet Natural, Bingo Pet Company, Senior Pups, K9 Nature Supplements and Ruff Trade Products.
Melissa Limbeck will lead the marketing efforts of the distributing company as well as those of the brands Pet Palette carries.
The company, which includes the brands Loyal Companion, Chuck & Don’s Pet Food & Supplies, Kriser’s Natural Pet and Natural Pawz, is also updating its loyalty program come 2021.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials stated these products are considered to be “unapproved new drugs.”
The pet franchise is expected to open an estimated 100 new stores in 2021, including the previous Pet Valu locations it has acquired, according to officials.
Tuffy’s Treat Co., a subsidiary of KLN Family Brands, is now operating and producing pet treats in Delano, Minn.
The transaction, which officials value at about $1.6 billion, means that BarkBox will become a publicly listed company.
Mid America Pet Food is the manufacturer of Victor Super Premium Pet Food and Eagle Mountain Pet Food.
The pet food manufacturer donated more than 420,000 Orijen and Acana meals to 28 of its long-time rescue partners in the United States and Canada.
The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation will close 2020 granting nearly $100,000 to dogs in need, according to officials.
Industry insiders have mixed emotions about the decision to move Global Pet Expo to a virtual event, but in the name of safety, they generally seem to support it.
The Honest Kitchen’s human-grade dog food will be available in Petco stores and online beginning Jan. 31.
A Havanese named “Boodles” won 2020 Best in Show.
The numbers will increase even more after the holiday season, according to Hill’s Pet Nutrition, which conducted the study.
Citing the COVID-19 pandemic, Global Pet Expo organizers have decided to move the March 2021 event to a full-digital experience.