Pet owners are increasingly favoring natural foods and treats for their dogs and cats, making this a fairly dynamic category for pet specialty retailers.
It’s time to take a retrospective look at how the FDA’s report on the alleged connection between DCM and grain-free dog food impacted and changed the pet industry.
Manufacturers are standing by their grain-free products as healthy and beneficial options for pet parents.
Creative and flavorful additions to a pet’s food can provide a boost of nutrition to benefit their overall health.
While new types of dog treats are constantly being introduced to the market, the trends continue to follow those that are tried and true.
To make products domestically, manufacturers have to overcome sourcing, labor costs and other issues.
There are many CBD products flooding the market, so it’s important retailers know how to differentiate between brands and choose the best options for their stores.
A first-timer’s perspective of a day showing elected officials the power of pets.
Manufacturers are responding to consumer demand for products that remove, not mask, stains and odors.
As dressing dogs up-either in fun costumes or functional yet fashionable clothing-gains traction, manufacturers are giving pet owners lots of stylish options and pet retailers profitable opportunities.
Go premium or go home. That seems to be the strategy for private-label pet product manufacturers that know consumers want more than inexpensive versions of branded items.
Mass and grocery shoppers see value in natural pet products, and smart retailers are leveraging this trend to its maximum potential.
Consumer demand and federal regulations are driving the trend toward more transparency and oversight in the sourcing of pet products.
Mass-market shoppers are increasingly looking for pet products that meet various basic needs, while offering a natural or eco-friendly proposition.