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Gift Shop Pets Winter 2020

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2 WINTER 2020 Winds of Change FROM THE EDITOR Stay up to date between issues at /pets Feature Articles Trending Products Breaking News ...and more! MORE FROM GIFT SHOP PETS Senior Retail Editor W ith every new year, there is always excitement about setting personal and business goals, picking new product and finding ways for your business to stand-out from the others. This issue highlights some great product picks for pet-loving humans and more. Product showcases begin on page 60, so flip the pages and gather some inspiration for your store. Also in this issue, read all about The Nautical Dog, a brick-and-mortar retailer in Virginia that helps not only its customers, but also assists dogs and cats in need. Read all about the business and its efforts on page 66. Susan Johnston Taylor shares some great insight on visual merchandising on page 70. See how Polkadog Bakery and Tails in the City surprise their customers every time with creative displays. Read more to see what tips you may incorporate into your store to capture shoppers' attention. • Luke • Simba • Lady • Millie • Maggie Tasty Bone, a dog chew brand, has revealed data that indicates almost one in five dogs were named after a film character in 2019. This year, data suggests that the names Jarvis and Loki, Marvel and DC characters, will still remain popular into 2020. Another name, Harley, is expected to be popular with the release of the movie Birds of Prey featuring the character Harley Quinn of Suicide Squad. Of course, other notable movie characters always provide numerous names for canine owners to select from as noted below with some popular animated movie characters appearing in the top 10 names. • Charlie • Loki • Harley • Elsa • Bella TO P 1 0 D O G N A M ES FO R 2 0 2 0

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