The conference was held in Hartford, Conn. on October 15-18. Almost 900 training professionals and pet care specialists attended and participated in educational opportunities for a combined total of more than 75 assorted seminars, panel discussions, workshops and day-long certification classes.
Halloween is my favorite holiday. It puts people in the giving spirit without the drama of Christmas. I usually spend hundreds on my costume which in turn, I only end up wearing for one night.
Agility products help promote a healthy lifestyle for owners and their pets.
New products for senior dogs range from foods to shampoos and ramps.
Fashionable, brighter color palettes tend to be the most popular.
Technology is expanding the dog door options.
Packaging and ingredients drive dog treat sales.
No matter what the mode of transportation, some products are universally necessary.
One of the most important factors with water-related product purchases is safety.
More consumers are looking for simple solutions to make traveling with pets a breeze.
Pet Fashion is taking its cue from consumer trends
Cold weather gear keeps pets protected in winter.
With a background in housewares, creating stylish and functional pet items made sense for the founder of PetRageous.
We recently spoke with Erin Breig, brand management for Rubie’s Pet Shop Boutique—a division of Rubie’s Costume Company, Inc., about pet fashion and how the company got its start.
K9 Fit Club introduced an online certification program for human/canine fitness certificate.