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by Nora Caley on Jul 1, 2014
“While most dogs and cats are happy to dine on beef, chicken or fish, some pets owners seek something different. These consumers once looked to exotic proteins such as lamb, duck and salmon, and eventually those novel meats became popular enough to be considered mainstream. Today, like restaurant-goers looking for the next foodie trend, pet owners want newer, more exotic proteins. Now, bison, venison, rabbit, ostrich and other meats are available in cans, kibble and…”

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by Lindsey Wojcik on Jun 1, 2014
“When Roy and Claudia Loomis came across the Cherrybrook retail booth in the dog-show circuit in 2005, Roy was looking to invest in a local business while on sabbatical from his career as a technology and management consultant. The New Jersey-based company, which was founded in 1969, was well known…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Jun 1, 2014
“If the steady stream of product debuts is any indication, the pet market has yet to reach full capacity. There still seems to be room for fresh product introductions to meet any number of pet needs, from nutrition to grooming to first aid.  But make no mistake: the competition is…”
by Nora Caley on Jun 1, 2014
“Just as food and water bowls have to match the kitchen décor, pet gates, pens and crates must match the decorative elements of certain rooms. Pet owners love their pets, and they love their homes too, which means rickety plastic fences and dark, dismal crates do not have a place…”
by Steve King on Jun 1, 2014
“When the Pet Care Trust introduced the Pets in the Classroom program in 2011, the goal was to help teachers engage their students through the care of a classroom pet. Pets enrich the classroom experience by providing kids with the chance to see, feel, touch and make connections with the…”