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Flash forward to 2017, and Sara, along with her Super Collies Hero and Loki, are gaining attention from Howie Mandel and Simon Cowell on T.V.’s America’s Got Talent Season 12. Sara and her dogs’ repertoire of tricks earned the Super Collies team fifth place that season, and an invite to appear on America’s Got Talent Champions Edition two years later.
How much data do we need about our pets? A lot, apparently especially when you ask manufactures for pet tech gear. That’s right. ‘Pet tech’ is its own category and one that merited a feature section at SuperZoo this year, a Las Vegas pet industry trade show that, according to organizers, attracted nearly 10,000 retail […]
Toys, toys, toys … dogs can’t get enough. Or apparently, we can’t get enough. Toys dominated the ‘new product’ section of SuperZoo this year – or that’s what it looked like to me. “Pets are happy,” says Susan Traub dog toy and clothing designer of Royal Animals. “I make happy toys. I’ve got a frisbee, […]
Twenty years. It’s been twenty years since the cult classic film The Big Lebowski was released by dynamic director duo the Coen Brothers. It’s been one year since dogtrotting.net attended SuperZoo, the annual pet industry trade show in Las Vegas. Strangely, I’m combining the two into a contest: Leave a comment below – Are you […]
Few people visit Las Vegas to meet dogs, but that was a highlight of my trip to The Strip this year. Attending SuperZoo 2017, an annual pet-industry trade show featuring more products than you can dream of (check out round up one), was the main reason I flew to this land of lights and casinos. […]
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…. No, not Christmas but close. SuperZoo! It’s SuperZoo time, a huge annual pet industry trade show in Las Vegas, where I went (sadly without my dog Victor) to be overwhelmed by both distractions in Sin City and the multitude of pet products, ideas, innovations and people who […]
SuperZoo is the World Pet Association’s mega pet industry trade show held annually in Las Vegas. This year more than 1200 exhibitors participated, and if you doubt the growth, size and even influence of the pet industry in North America, spend two days walking and talking the 8,5000 square feet of trade show floor and, after you collapse, your mind will be changed – and blown.
Go all in and add Las Vegas to the list of places promoted as ‘pet-friendly.’ (Well, for dogs anyway). According to TravelWeekly, an eNewsletter for travel industry members, more properties in Sin City are allowing dogs because so many people are travelling with canines in tow.