36 reports

Pet Care in Germany

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The COVID-19 crisis in 2020 and early 2021 has generated rising interest among German households in owning pets, as a result of home seclusion and the shift towards working from home, which has not only benefitted the dog and cat populations, but also the other pet population, notably small mammals. Pet Care in Germany report offers...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Pet Care in India

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Indian pet food witnessed a spike in sales in 2020 due to a number of factors relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. Firstly, the number of pet adoptions, especially for cats and dogs, recorded a sharp increase as consumers looked to animals for companionship throughout the long months of home seclusion that Indian consumers have been subject...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Austria

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Like many markets, pet care in Austria was strongly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 2021 started with another lockdown for Austrians, which meant that many leisure activities were no longer possible and more time was spent at home. As a result, many pets received more attention. In addition, the number of dogs and cats continued to rise,...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • Austria
  • World
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Ukraine

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The outbreak of COVID-19 in Ukraine in early March 2020 coincided with a change of government, and the resultant disruption initially slowed the implementation of measures to contain the pandemic. Nonetheless, from 12 March all educational institutions in the country were closed – most did not reopen during the remainder of the academic year...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • Ukraine
  • World
  • European Union
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet care was not significantly affected by the onset of the global pandemic, which continued to impact the country in 2021. The only significant change was an obvious decline in new product development as many operators chose to delay or plan product launches until the global health crisis begins to abate. Moreover, pet superstores and supermarkets...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Pet Care in Russia

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Pet care saw higher retail volume and current value growth in 2020 than earlier in the review period. The increase in growth was caused by COVID-19 social distancing precautions and remote working and schooling during the first months of the year, as people spent more time at home and interacted more with their pets, creating tighter connections....

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The United States Pet Veterinary Supplements Market was Valued at USD 2,262.5 in 2020 is projected to reach USD 3,334.1 registering a CAGR of 6.7% during the forecast period 2021-2026. Being the largest pet food market in North America, the US pet food market’s growth is attributed to increased pet ownership. Due to the restrictions...

  • Pet Food
  • Dietary Supplement
  • United States
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Health Expenditure

The market for pet food in the United States is projected to register a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period 2020-2025. Being the largest pet food market in North America, the United States pet food market’s growth is attributed to the increase in pet ownership. The recent rise of pet humanization wherein pets are treated with increased care...

  • Pet Food
  • In-Store Retail
  • United States
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

There was strongly boosted interest in buying or adopting small mammals during the lockdown of 2020 as consumers with young children purchased hamsters, furry dwarf rabbits, or guinea pigs to keep them amused. Such animals are relatively undemanding as well as cuddly and easy for children to handle. Last year, the small mammal population continued...

  • Pet Food
  • Czech Republic
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Other pet food has shown decline in sales over several years of the review period and continues to display negative volume growth in 2022, with the bird, fish and reptile populations all declining in Colombia, and dogs and cats being the much-preferred pets with these animals seen to offer more companionship and more fitting for the pet humanisation...

  • Pet Food
  • Colombia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Food Production

Other pet food is dominated by small mammal/reptile food, with the number of such pets expanding steadily over the course of the review period. This stands in stark contrast to the bird and fish populations, which both fell during the review period as a whole. The rate of growth in the small mammal/reptile population peaked in 2020. Small...

  • Pet Food
  • Finland
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Birth Rate

Veterinary clinics remain the most important distribution channel for other pet food, with modern grocery retailers and pet shops accounting for most of the remainder. During 2020, there was a modest shift in distribution from veterinary clinics and pet shops to modern grocery retailers, as the former two channels were more affected by pandemic...

  • Pet Food
  • Peru
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Retail Revenue

Having surged to its highest-ever level during 2020, the population of other pets (birds, fish, reptiles and small mammals) in Canada declined during both 2021 and 2022. In 2020, lockdown restrictions helped to boost to popularity of other pets, with some parents seeing them as a way of keeping their children amused during the long days spent...

  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

The rate of growth in retail constant value sales (2022 prices) of cat food slowed significantly in 2022, as the boost to demand provided by the pandemic in 2020 (which led to an acceleration in the rate of growth in the country’s feline population) continued to fade. Wet cat food accounts for the bulk of value sales and is also more dynamic...

  • Cat Food
  • Finland
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Life Expectancy

The rate of growth in retail constant value sales (2022 prices) of dog food slowed slightly during 2022, with premiumisation remaining the dominant trend. More and more owners want the best nutrition for their dogs and are prepared to pay for it. There is a strong pet humanisation trend, which was accelerated by COVID-19 with people at home...

  • Dog Food
  • Finland
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income

Cat Food in Peru

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Peru’s feline population rose by around a third between 2016 and 2022, while the proportion of owners feeding the cats prepared food rose steadily throughout the review period. By 2022, almost a quarter of Peruvian homes had a cat. These were the main drivers of robust growth in retail volume sales of cat food during 2022. Cat Food...

  • Cat Food
  • Peru
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Retail Revenue

Dog Food in Peru

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Although the rate of growth in retail volume sales of dog food slowed during 2022, it remained robust. Peru’s canine population expanded by almost a fifth (to just under five million) between 2016 and 2022, with more than half of households having a dog during the latter year (compared to less than a quarter with cats). Dog Food in...

  • Dog Food
  • Peru
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Retail Revenue

While more households still have a cat than a dog in Canada, the gap between the two is narrowing. In contrast to the canine population, Canada’s feline population continued to decline during 2022. Some of the people who got cats in an effort to relieve the boredom of lockdown during 2020 have given them up. Cat Food in Canada report...

  • Cat Food
  • Canada
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Having risen during 2020, Canada’s canine population declined during both 2021 and 2022. Some of the people who got dogs in an effort to relieve the boredom of lockdown during 2020 have given them up. As the economy began to open up again and local consumers spent less time at home, some of them found that they lacked the time required to...

  • Dog Food
  • Canada
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

The COVID-19 pandemic did not disrupt the premiumisation trend that emerged in dog food over the review period. This trend is expected to develop further in 2022, supported by consumers’ desire to give their dogs quality food. As such, both retailers and producers continue to focus on the premium segment in dog food, adding value, novel ingredients,...

  • Dog Food
  • Czech Republic
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Health Insurance Claims

Cat treats are anticipated to continue performing well in 2022 thanks to consumers continuing to spend more time at home with their pets than they did pre-pandemic. This was particularly notable at the start of 2022 when consumers were still highly wary of contracting the virus. During home seclusion, pet owners have been increasingly inclined...

  • Cat Food
  • Czech Republic
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income

Dog food continues to achieve positive growth in 2022, driven by an increasing number of dogs in Colombian households, that are more prone to adopt or buy a dog. In Colombia, through social networks like Facebook and Instagram, for example, it is very common to see people that have rescued dogs from abandonment and are looking for a new home...

  • Dog Food
  • Colombia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Home seclusion and the greater amount of time spent with pets amid the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and in the first half of 2021 has had a positive impact on demand for pet products, and has also boosted demand for premium products, while pet healthcare sales have benefitted from pet owners paying greater attention to pet health during the pandemic. Pet...

  • Pet Supply
  • Pet Food
  • Pet Care
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly changed the daily lives of many Austrians. Due to contact restrictions and a loss of many leisure and holiday activities, Austrians had more time at home on average. In addition, more employees were able to work from home. This increased the time owners could spend with their pets, and also encouraged others...

  • Pet Care
  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Cat litter is expected to lead retail current value growth in pet products in 2021 thanks to robust cat adoption rates. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in India in 2020, consumers have been faced with long months of home seclusion and isolation in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the country. This home seclusion has driven many consumers...

  • Pet Supply
  • Pet Food
  • Pet Care
  • World
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

During 2021, the ongoing presence of the virus in the country and government measures to halt the spread of COVID-19 meant more people were at home and had time to spend with their pets. During these unprecedented times, people came to increasingly appreciate the companionship their pets provided during lockdown and further heightened the...

  • Pet Food
  • Pet Care
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

In 2017, pet care in Germany followed trends and developments from human-centred industries ever more closely. Smaller, independent manufacturers especially tended to pick up developments – even niche trends – from packaged food, health and wellness or even fashion, and translated them into products for pets. One of the larger trends was the...

  • Dog Food
  • Cat Food
  • Pet Food
  • Germany
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Indian people are increasingly attached to their pets with animals such as dogs, cats and birds often regarded as part of the family. People became more aware of the hardships some animals suffer, motivating many animal lovers to adopt stray cats or dogs as pets in India. Thus growth in pet population drove pet care overall and created opportunities...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • India
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income

Decreasing dog ownership and declining volumes per purchase as shoppers choose smaller pack sizes and make fewer trips to retail outlets led to retail volume decline in pet care in the UK at the end of the review period. Demand for premium will allow for marginal value growth, despite declining volumes over the forecast period. Rising consumer...

  • Pet Food
  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • United Kingdom
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet care shows modest retail value growth in 2018 but remains stable in retail volume terms. This demonstrates that the premiumisation trend within pet care in France, in particular in dog and cat food, is continuing and is, indeed, predicted to continue throughout the remainder of the forecast period. Pet owners are also becoming more conscious...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • France
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales