A pet supermarket in the US has a big new competition: the supermarket chain PetSmart.
In 2018, PetSmart will offer shoppers the option to buy their pet’s groceries online, as well as to get their pet a free meal.
In addition, the company will offer the option of purchasing pets with cash, and the pet can have the meal delivered.
PetSmart CEO Michael Korman announced the news at the PetSmart conference in San Francisco on Monday.
He said that pet groceries would be available for the first time in 2019, which will be the last year the company is offering them in stores.
PetSmart also announced a new “Pet Choice” initiative that will allow customers to make pet-specific choices in pet food.
The company has partnered with PetSmart to create a platform that allows consumers to create personalized pet-centric meals.
PetChoice, a platform PetSmart announced last year, will allow consumers to purchase meals at PetSmart stores that are specifically tailored to their pets, based on what they eat and how often they eat it.
For example, the PetChoice platform lets consumers create meals that include a variety of protein-rich foods such as lean ground beef, chicken breast, and turkey.
PetSafe will also offer pet-friendly food and pet-safe toys at PetChoice stores.
The PetChoice website will also be able to let customers buy pet food and accessories at PetSafe stores, Korman said.
In the first year of the PetSafe initiative, PetSafe will be able offer free meals for pet-owners, according to PetSafe.
The pet food, toys, and pet supplies will be free of any artificial ingredients.
Pet Safe will also allow pet-care centers to offer free pet food at their pet food sites, Kerman said.
Pet food and toys will be sold in pet-focused PetSmart pet stores, which include PetSmart PetCare, PetCare Pet Supply, Petcare Pet Supply Store, Pet Supply PetSmart, Pet Safe, Pet Smart Pet, Pet Shops, and Pet Supply.
PetSafe also will offer pet supplies such as PetSmart Veterinary Care Products and PetSmart Natural Health Care Products, Kama said.
Kama said PetSafe has not yet decided whether it will allow pet supplies and pet products to be sold online, and how much each product will cost, but said that PetSmart would be offering a pet-centered pet product for the very first time.
The move to offer pet groceries online is not the only new initiative PetSmart is announcing for 2019.
In October, PetHealth announced it will begin selling a new pet food brand, Pet Health.
The Pet Health brand will offer products in pet health, including pet food products, supplements, and treats, as PetHealth does not currently have a retail store.
PetHealth is also partnering with pet-based retailers like PetSmart and PetSafe to provide customers with an online shopping experience, PetShop CEO Brian Gartner said at the time.
PetShop will also launch PetHealth Care, which includes pet supplies, products, and a pet nutrition tracking app, Pet Shop CEO Chris Wootton said at an event on Monday, adding that the company expects to have the app available in stores in 2018.
Kamas said PetShop expects to launch PetShop HealthCare in 2019.
Pet Health will include pet foods, supplements and pet nutrition products, Kamas said.
PetHealth will also provide an online ordering experience, allowing consumers to order items on-line, as it does with the Pet Health website.
Karma said PetHealth would also allow consumers with a pet to pay for items online through PetShop and PetShop Care, PetWare, and Pawsmart.
PetShop will offer its own pet products in the PetShop section, Pet Warehouse will offer a pet product in the PawsMart section, and Petsmart will offer Pet HealthCare.
Kamar said PetWare will offer an online order and payment experience for Pet Health and Pet Health Care, but he said the company would not be offering pet products online.
Kaman said PetSmart plans to launch a pet products platform, PetTech, in 2019 and to expand PetTech to pet-themed stores.