With more consumers than ever going online to purchase pet products, it is imperative that traditional brick-and-mortar retailers evolve their approach to keep up with the internet heavyweights.
To make products domestically, manufacturers have to overcome sourcing, labor costs and other issues.
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A first-timer’s perspective of a day showing elected officials the power of pets.
The pet care community is coming together to educate consumers about responsible pet acquisition.
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At the annual pet industry trade show in Las Vegas, manufacturers revealed which trends they are betting on in 2018 and beyond.
Words won’t be able to fully convey the energy and excitement found at this year’s SuperZoo, which took place June 26-28 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
A report from ecommerce intelligence firm Profitero reveals key information about the online pricing of pet products.
Global Pet Expo will have new exhibits and new items, including many for the grocery channel.
The latest edition of Pet Business’ Top 25 Retailers list reveals the staggering rate at which the pet specialty channel’s premier chains are expanding.
Pet product manufacturers will showcase their goods at the PLMA’s 2016 Private Label Trade Show.
Natural cat litter is available in many forms and textures, so manufacturers are helping consumers learn more about the options.
Cat ownership is booming amongst Millennials—and they are taking the cat treat category in a healthier direction.
This year’s holiday assortments will feature bold colors, fun and functional gifts, and even something to bring to parties.
Pet owners’ demand for transparency is taking limited ingredient diets to a new level.
As Millennial shoppers increasingly drive pet product trends, the market is seeing a wider variety of simple, all-natural dog chews.
Grocery retailers that emphasize health and nutrition can succeed in this changing category.
Licensed products offer pet retailers an opportunity to tap into the resonance that certain characters and brands have with shoppers.
Exotic proteins are making significant inroads in the food and treat markets, offering pet parents novel and nutritious alternatives to traditional meats.