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by Mark Kalaygian on Jun 1, 2014
“The cat’s out of the bag. The continued success of the pet care market has undeniably caught the attention and imagination of outside investors. As result, the industry is seeing an extraordinary infusion of capital up and down the supply chain. This deluge of funding has, in turn, created a variety of both positive and negative dynamics that pet specialty retailers must navigate in order to ultimately benefit from the rising tide of investment—either directly…”

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by Lindsey Wojcik on May 1, 2014
“  Want to make more money? Well, who wouldn’t? How an independent pet store can go about making that extra cash, however, is a much tougher question—one that requires careful consideration, and sometimes a different perspective. With this in mind, Pet Business canvassed a broad cross-section of industry experts, including…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Apr 1, 2014
“The cash register is central to the day-to-day operations of every retail establishment—and working that cash register has oft been considered the core competency of anyone hired to work in a store. Pet specialty is no different, but as the market grows in sophistication, retailers have wised up to the…”
by Mark Kalaygian on Mar 2, 2014
“    The future certainly looks bright for the pet care industry. After 20 years of consistent growth, pet-related consumer spending continues to trend upward and seems poised to surpass the $70-billion mark by the year 2020. But even as pet industry growth appears a foregone conclusion, a number of…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Feb 1, 2014
“      On average day, pet specialty retailers may have to put out any number of minor fires. But after the last customer has left and the shop doors are closed, storeowners face an array of challenges that are not easily fixed with an email or a mop in…”