With so many new pet stores opening up every week, pet shop owners are getting ready to be asked if they need a change of scenery.
Pet shop owners, like most other businesses, need to make sure they keep their doors open and that the pet store employees know who they are.
But not everyone feels the same way about pet shops opening up.
And for pet shop employees, that can be a little confusing.
For pet store owner Peter Palandjians, a big challenge for the next few years is keeping his business alive.
Palandjiani has owned Pet Shop for 40 years.
For his first few years, he says he had to rely on people working at other businesses to fill in his inventory and provide the services.
When he opened Pet Shop, he had about 500 dogs and cats.
Since then, he has had to open a pet store in his backyard and make a few changes to his inventory.
One change he made was adding a pet food section, he said.
It was a little tricky because there was a huge difference between pet food that was packaged in the package and pet food in the pet shop, he explained.
So Pet Shop started selling pet food.
That was a big hit for him because he is a very big fan of pet food, he added.
He loves pet food and it is the one product that I think is the easiest to maintain, he noted.
Palanderjian said that while pet stores are a big change for his business, he expects pet shop workers to do their best to keep things going.
Pet shop workers, like other businesses and employees, need some things to get organized, he advised.
If you are working as a store manager or a store owner, you need to take a little time to find out what the new pet store is going to look like and make sure everything is up to code.
If you have a new pet, it might not be the right fit.
It is very important to have a plan,” he said, adding that he will probably be hiring a few new employees.