Wal-Mart does not break-out its online pet sales for the public, but the retailer clearly knows a growing number of consumers want that option, which is why there are signs posted throughout the pet food section of brick and mortar stores that read “free site-to-store delivery”.
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Chewy is a leading online retailer of pet food and products in the United States. Founded in 2011 by entrepreneurs, Ryan Cohen and Michael Day, Chewy set out to offer pet parents the expertise and service of a local pet store with the convenience of online shopping. Chewy delivers on that promise with its dedication to 24/7 customer service, creation of cutting-edge software and technology to enhance the user experience, and commitment to sourcing high quality products. Headquartered in Dania Beach, Florida, Chewy currently employs more than 5,000 pet lovers both in their home office, Boston office and fulfillment centers in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Texas and Nevada. For more information, visit .
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has launched an online course, Raw Expert, for retailers to teach them about raw pet food and pet nutrition to help those retailers become more knowledgeable about the raw pet food trend.
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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS: Do you think there remains a great upside potential for pet products online? What does the move to online mean for retailers selling pet food and other products in stores?If they established their physical store as their community’s source for pet food, then when pet owners came in to shop for something smaller they could build on that opportunity and set up an auto-shipment of dog food — and replace the online retailer.As I wrote in my post , I’m always shocked at the number of pet stores bemoaning how they lose dog food sales to online retailers. They don’t seem to understand that their customers don’t want to lug home a 30-pound bag every couple weeks.Pet owners, aka pet parents, are passionate about their pets and the exponential growth in online sales is testimony to this phenomenon. I believe there still is room for growth online, particularly in the categories of treats and pet accessories. Large package orders of dog food represent a logistical opportunity and threat to brick-and-mortar as well as online retailers. For the store-based retailers there is a real opportunity to capitalize on the love of pet owners for their pets. Inviting veterinarians, groomers, trainers, pet clubs, etc. to engage with your customers either in-store or in the adjacent parking lot could represent a point of difference vis-a-vis other brick-and-mortar retailers as well as online competitors. Don’t forget to post the photos of your customers’ pets.