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by Mark Kalaygian on Apr 24, 2015
“Each month, Pet Business offers a look at some notable social media posts from pet specialty retailers, as well as our own commentary on what we think makes these posts work. Here are some recent examples:     — Reber Ranch (@reberranch) April 19, 2015 Why it works: While most pet owners enjoy sharing off their plate with furry friends, there are a number of common human foods that can be problematic or downright dangerous…”

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by Jennifer Boncy on Apr 22, 2015
“It is a well known fact among retailers, manufacturers and anyone else in the U.S. pet industry that people’s need—or perhaps instinct—to nurture other beings is among the strongest motivations for owning a pet. And it is considered a major reason why empty nesters and couples without children so frequently…”
by Lindsey Wojcik on Apr 10, 2015
“Today is my last day as Pet Business magazine’s associate editor. I have truly enjoyed being immersed in the pet industry these last four years. I have not only learned what it takes to be an editor at a B2B publication, but I leave with a wealth of knowledge about…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Apr 7, 2015
“  Brought to you courtesy of Grooming Business magazine.   There is nothing better for a pet grooming salon owner than having happy customers with happy pets walk out the front door grinning and proud to show off their groomer’s handiwork. Nothing, that is, except perhaps having them walk back…”
by Mark Kalaygian on Apr 6, 2015
“Could your pet business become ground zero for the next canine flu epidemic? If you're not careful, it could.According to multiple media reports, such as this, an outbreak of canine flu is close to reaching epidemic proportions in Chicago. More than 1,000 dogs have reportedly been infected, with the infection…”