PetSmart

PetSmart, Inc. operates as a specialty retailer of products, services, and solutions for pets in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. The company offers consumables, such as pet food, treats, and litter; and hardgoods, which include pet supplies and other goods comprising collars, leashes, health care supplies, grooming and beauty aids, toys, apparel, and pet beds and carriers, as well as aquariums and habitats, accessories, décor, and filters for fish, birds, reptiles, and other small pets. It also provides fresh-water fish, small birds, reptiles, and small pets; and pet services, such as dog training, pet grooming, and pet adoption services.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
BC Partners
HQ
Phoenix, US
Founded
1987
PetSmart was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Phoenix, US

PetSmart Office Locations

PetSmart has an office in Phoenix
Phoenix, US (HQ)
19601 N 27th Ave

PetSmart Data and Metrics

PetSmart Summary

Founding Date

1987

Total Funding

$15 m

Investors

In total, PetSmart had raised $15 m. PetSmart is a subsidiary of BC Partners

PetSmart Financial Metrics

PetSmart's revenue was reported to be $7 b in FY, 2016 which is a 1% increase from the previous period.
USDFY, 2014FY, 2016E

Revenue

6.9 b7 b

Cost of goods sold

4.8 b

Gross profit

2.1 b

Gross profit Margin, %

31%

EBIT

693.3 m

EBIT margin, %

10%

Net Income

419.5 m
USDFY, 2014

Cash

285.6 m

Inventories

76.5 m

Current Assets

1.3 b

PP&E

953 m

Goodwill

41.1 m

Total Assets

2.5 b

Current Liabilities

794.3 m

Additional Paid-in Capital

1.5 b

Retained Earnings

2.2 b

Total Equity

1.1 b

Financial Leverage

2.3 x
USDFY, 2014

Net Income

419.5 m

PetSmart Operating Metrics

Y, 2017

Stores

1.5 k

PetSmart Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
ChewyApril 18, 2017$3.4 b

Traffic Overview of PetSmart

PetSmart Online and Social Media Presence

PetSmart News and Updates

PetSmart is acquiring Chewy.com for $3.35 billion in the largest e-commerce acquisition ever

PetSmart has agreed to make the biggest e-commerce acquisition in history, putting a deal in place to snatch up fast-growing pet food and product site Chewy.com for $3.35 billion, according to multiple sources familiar with the deal.

A low-flying pet supplies company just sold to PetSmart in the biggest e-commerce sale ever

 If you haven’t heard of Chewy, you aren’t alone. But PetSmart, the retail giant with more than 1,500 stores across the U.S., has clearly been tracking the low-flying, five-year-old pet supplies company. According to Recode, it just agreed to purchase its young rival for a stunning $3.35 billion, ju…

Petsmart bought Chewy.com in what's reported to be the biggest e-commerce deal ever

Petsmart just snapped up pet supply site Chewy.com in what's reported to be the biggest e-commerce deal in history. The big box store paid around $3.35 billion for the online outlet, according to Recode's sources — slightly more than the $3.3 billion Walmart spent on Jet.com in another monster o…

Petsmart & Chewy: The Pet Combo Tops E-Commerce M&A Deal Rankings

On April 18, Petsmart announced its acquisition of pet care e-commerce platform Chewy, for a reported price tag of $3.35B. The deal, if finalized, would propel Chewy to the most expensive e-commerce acquisition in recent history (since 2009), knocking out … Continued

PetSmart Adds Same-Day Delivery in Battle With Amazon

The company's new delivery service is powered by on-demand startup Deliv.

PetSmart takes on Amazon with launch of same-day delivery and subscriptions

 With more online shoppers turning to sites like Amazon, traditional brick-and-mortar retailers have had to step up their competition on the e-commerce front – including by offering faster deliveries – or risk losing customers. The latest to join the fight is PetSmart, which today is rolling out a r…
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