New ways retailers can help owners help their pets.
According to the APPA National Pet Owners Survey, 13 percent of dog owners and 8 percent of cat owners get assistance and therapy from their pet. These pets are known as service animals.
Lorien Clemens of PetHub wins WIPIN’s Woman of the Year.
CHOMPER and Phillips have partnered to bring retailers an innovative and expansive line of dog and cat toys.
The exponential growth of an industry returns to basics.
Westernizing the world pays off for pet industry.
Portable pets, natural products and a generational focus lead 2015 trends.
Celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month with a variety of oral hygiene products.
Still Going Strong… The pet industry continues to be a bright spot in the economy. Growth was mostly up, although the pace was slower than in the previous year.
There is no shortage of gift options for pets and pet lovers.
Ferrets have skyrocketed in popularity as pets. Consumers are rushing into pet stores in need of starter kits and other products for this popular little mammal.
How to carry products that give back to pets in need.
As retailers, you need to be aware of the most common health problems facing pets, so you can accurately advise their owners.
Your next best-selling item might be on Kickstarter right now.
New products for senior dogs range from foods to shampoos and ramps.