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Boost Your Pet Business with These 5 Products

Check out January’s shortlist of hot new products.




Clear the Air

Pets bring with them a variety of odors, and Moso natural Air-Deodorizing Bags work to eliminate those smells. The bamboo charcoal inside contains pores that attract and absorb odor, bacteria, chemicals and moisture. Each bag lasts up to two years with monthly recharging via UV rays, after which you can sprinkle the charcoal in your garden to promote plant growth.



Clip It Real Good

Groomers: Looking for a tool to trim all kinds of coats? The Pulse Li 5 Adjustable Blade Clipper from ANDIS features five cutting lengths in one blade, allowing for face, feet and finishing work on all hair types, and full body grooming on small- and medium-size breeds. The blade snaps off for easy cleaning.



A Little Help

Boarding facilities, daycares and other businesses that do pickups: Check out the Natural-Step Comfort Ramp for Dogs from GEN7PETS. Senior and other pups who need help getting into and out of a vehicle can grip the Poly-Grass surface, protecting their joints and your back. The 17-pound ramp easily unfolds — and folds into a compact size for storage.



For Home Cooks

If customers want to cook for their pets, ensure they do it properly with DR. JUDY MORGAN’s YIN & YANG NUTRITION FOR DOGS. The respected holistic veterinarian offers whole-food recipes to keep dogs naturally healthy and off medications, whenever possible. Pair with supplement recommendations and other nutritional enhancements.



Label Maker

Label products made in-house or those repackaged with the PRIMERA LX910. The desktop color label printer handles labels as wide as 8 inches and as small as 0.75 inches, and its ultra-high capacity ink cartridge helps keep cost per label low. For example, a 4-by-3-inch label with 50 percent coverage prints in less than 6 seconds for 3 cents each.




NASC Media Spotlight

At first it was just an idea: Animal supplements needed the same quality control that human-grade supplements receive. But that was enough to start a movement and an organization —the National Animal Supplement Council — that would be dedicated to establishing a comprehensive path forward for the animal supplements industry. In this Media Spotlight interview, NASC’s president, Bill Bookout, talks to PETS+ interviewer Chloe DiVita about the industry today: Where it’s headed, what’s the latest focus and why it’s vital to gain the involvement of independent pet product retailers.

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