Pet supplies include accessories such as collars, leashes, shampoos, toys, pet containers, dog kennels and cat furniture. Premium pet products and services are increasingly popular, such as all-natural and organic pet foods and treats, in addition to add-on services such as in-store veterinary attention in store and fur or coat grooming. A pet products manufacturer may specialise in one area of food or accessories, whereas wholesalers will typically supply pet homes, cages and beds as well as pet food from various animal feed manufacturers.
The pet products industry enjoys relatively good performance even during sluggish phases of the economic cycle, as cats, dogs, fish and birds have remained popular home companions. A pet supplies dealer will typically wish to consider an ample range to meet consumer demand, including pet bowls for cats and dogs as well as brushes and combs, litter and trays. Fish need aquarium accessories and tanks, while birds and small mammals such as hamsters, mice, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and gerbils are best kept in hutches or cages as spacious as reasonably possible. Accessories include play wheels and ladders, tubes to explore, drinking water bottles, beds, platforms and nests. Especially with smaller, caged animals, cleaning and maintenance products will be in constant demand, meaning pet shops do well to find a wholesale supplier of hay and straw, as well as other care essentials.
Buyers can find an extensive listing of pet supplies traders and contact details at productpilot.com, with a wide variety of choice from bird seed to dog chews and aviary cages to kennels. For wholesale dealers, productpilot.com is an effective way to develop business contacts, find new wholesale customers and make new contacts.
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