An increasing array of manufacturers, retailers and consumers prefer pet products that are made in the USA.
Pet Products Prove Profitable for Former Feed Company.
Investing in initial and ongoing training for employees can be one of the best decisions a retailer can make.
Reaching out to influential bloggers at events like BlogPaws, is just one part of some manufacturer’s larger marketing plan that, in the end, will benefit retailers.
Adding aquatic, or reptile, livestock to a store comes with a variety of decisions such as whether to sell captive-bred or wild-caught animals.
PetLooks, a new and small-scale trade show, hopes to move around the country putting manufacturers in the retailer’s backyard.
Expanding the popular West Coast-based trade show to Florida signals a growth in the aquatics industry from both retailers and consumers.
With proposed pet legislation popping up not only on the national, but also state and local levels, government relations was a large focus at PIJAC’s Top2Top conference.
Pairing a customer with the perfect pet can be made easier when the proper questions are asked.
How star-backed brands can help sell more products in your store.
Marshall Pet Products celebrates anniversary, continues as leader in the industry.
We recently talked with Darleen Wheelington, who was named Woman of the Year at the inaugural Women In the Pet Industry Network Conference.
As the economy continues to grow, retailers are looking at how to best the competition.
Profits are up overall, while grain-free food, aquatics see boost in sales.
Although it started small, reptiles have quickly become a popular segment in the pet industry.