“There's not one major thing that stands out more than others as far as what people are buying this year,” Clark said. “We've sold a lot of chews that are healthy and last a long time. We're getting more people that want treats made in the United States.”
Clark said she began buying Christmas gifts for her pets 20 years ago, and this year her four dogs and one cat will get something.
“I think more people are treating their pets as family members,” she said. “Not only do the kids have stockings, the pets do too. For some people, their pets are their family so there's a desire to make sure they get something fun for Christmas.”