Let’s face it: despite the high quality food brands you sell at your store, many pets could benefit from supplements. Pets experiencing symptoms like lack of energy, dull coat, upset stomach, bad breath, and even cancer can benefit from the right supplement recommendation. Even better, you have the opportunity for an add-on sale for nearly every customer that walks through your door.
As pet parents pay more attention to the dietary needs of their furry friends, they are taking their pets’ diets back to basics with Limited Ingredient Diets that eliminate any extra, unnecessary ingredients and help cats and dogs with food sensitivities. For those interested in maximizing nutritional benefits while minimizing risk of food allergies and other diet-related issues, LID may be the way to go.
Gain valuable insight into the behavior of the modern pet consumer and start effectively connecting with your customers.
One of the biggest struggles as an independent pet retailer is having the time to discover the products and services that can make your store stand out and make pet parents walk in. Find out how to keep your store growing at SuperZoo—taking place from June 26-28 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada—where you’ll discover something unique around every corner.
Spring has sprung! Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, puppies are prancing! This is a great time of year to take a look around your store with fresh eyes. There are things every store owner or manager can do to improve your customer’s shopping experience and increase sales.
On Thursday, April 12th, the YMCA of Greater Providence honored The Baker Family at the 2nd Annual 'Y Heroes' luncheon in Providence, Rhode Island. The event brought over 600 people in the Greater Providence area together for an afternoon of connecting over a shared passion of supporting the community.
Trends have indicated how important it is for retailers to consider more than their price point. Today’s consumers aren’t just shopping for the best deal — they’re shopping for the best brand. What does it mean to be the best brand? It’s about the consumers’ perception of your brand, as well as the relationship you have with your existing customers.