This page will guide you through how to successfully complete a Cat Litter, Pet Food, & Treats Audit.
For this visit, you will be taking photos for the main aisles where Cat Litter, Pet Food, and Treats are present. You need to follow the instructions carefully so your visit can be approved.
Many of the photos you submit will be stitched together. This means the photos must have a certain amount of overlap. The correct amount of overlap is about 1-3 products. Here's a link to a full explanation. In order to have the best outcome, please watch this short video, and follow our best practices outlined here.
What to Capture
You will need to take images of the below categories:
- Cat Litter
- WET and DRY Dog Food
- WET and DRY Cat Food
- Dog and Cat Treats (including rawhide)
Cat Litter products include, but are not limited to:
WET and DRY Dog Food products include, but not limited to:
All WET and DRY Cat Food products include, but not limited to:
Dog and Cat Treats (including rawhide) products include, but not limited to:
Locating & Capturing Products
For this job, you are taking photographs of the aisles that contain Cat Litter, Pet Food & Treats. You can typically see a section start and end based on the shelf breaks. Be sure to check all sides of an aisle to verify that you have taken pictures of every product category.
Wet Pet Food
For the wet pet food section, you will need to take two photos: a top photo and a bottom photo.
For example, if the dry cat food shares an aisle side with the wet cat food, you will need to take a top and bottom photo for each section of the wet cat food, as well as a top and bottom photo for each section of the dry cat food.
For warehouse-type stores, you will only be required to capture the bottom shelf sections of the aisle (the shelf sections closest to the ﬂoor). Do not capture the shelf sections above. See the example below:
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