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The global pet food market is projected to register a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period. COVID-19 exerted a negative impact on the supply chains. Owing to the restrictions in the movement of raw materials, the pet food industry suffered initially in terms of supply and cash flow. On the other hand, demand for the pet food segment...

  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The Europe pet food market is projected to witness a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period (2021-2026). The COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching implications within the pet food supply chain. Although there has been a lot done to guarantee the stability and continuity of supply at points of sales, there have been new costs and obstacles to...

  • Pet Food
  • Europe
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

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 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

The Chinese pet food market is projected to register a CAGR of 3.8%, during the forecast period (2021-2026). The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching implications within the pet food supply chain. Although there has been a lot done to guarantee the stability and continuity of supply at points of sales, there have been new costs and obstacles...

  • Pet Food
  • China
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail 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 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

The wet pet food market in Europe was worth US$ 5,789.9 million in 2018 and is expected to reach US$ 9,684.1 million by 2027; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.9% during 2019–2027. Pet food is composed of a high percentage of water, ranging from 75% to 85%, along with other dry ingredients that provide necessary nutrients such...

  • Pet Food
  • Europe
  • Gross Domestic Product
  • Online Retail Sales

The wet pet food market in North America was valued at US$ 8,880.9 million in 2018 and is projected to reach US$ 14,453.4 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% during 2019–2027. Pet food is composed of a high percentage of water, ranging from 75% to 85%, along with other dry ingredients that provide necessary nutrients...

  • Pet Food
  • North America
  • Canada
  • Disposable Income
  • Online Retail Sales

The wet pet food market in Asia Pacific was valued at US$ 3,670.4 million in 2018 and is projected to reach US$ 6,079.9 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.8% during 2019–2027. Pet food is composed of a high percentage of water, ranging from 75% to 85%, along with other dry ingredients that provide necessary nutrients...

  • Pet Food
  • APAC
  • Disposable Income
  • Online Retail Sales

The Asian pet treats market is projected to register a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period(2020-2025). The population of pets is projected to increase during the forecast period, owing to factors, such as pet humanization and the rapid adoption of pets in potential markets in the Asian countries. This factor is expected to boost the market...

  • Pet Food
  • Asia
  • China
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The global wet pet food market accounted for US$ 22,218.1 Mn in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period 2019 - 2027, to account for US$ 36,406.5 Mn by 2027. Wet pet foods are a good source of hydration for pet animals that show reluctance towards drinking adequate amounts of water.The contents of wet...

  • Pet Food
  • APAC
  • Europe
  • Disposable Income
  • Gross Domestic Product

Habits incurred during lockdowns such as taking care of pets lasted beyond the peak of the pandemic. Birds or fish are popular with those seeking a pet that requires less care or attention than a dog or a cat. The fact that they are relatively affordable to maintain makes them particularly popular with those on low incomes. Moreover, bird...

  • Pet Food
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Retail Revenue

Whilst the pandemic has led to a rise in dog and cat ownership, there has been little change to bird, fish and small mammal ownership in recent years. Dogs and cats have been sought out because of the companionship they provide, which has been much needed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Birds, fish and small mammals often require more equipment...

  • Pet Food
  • Portugal
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income

The main hinderance to the growth of other pet food in Ireland has been the stagnation seen within the pet population of small mammals, reptiles, fish and birds. While the dog and cat populations saw a sharp rise during the pandemic, this was not the case for the other pet population. This was largely because most people preferred to have...

  • Pet Food
  • Ireland
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Inflation Rate

Families with children showed an increased interest in adopting or buying pets during the pandemic as a way to cure the boredom and anxiety created by home seclusion. Mice and fish (mainly guppies or goldfish) are common choices in Hungary for new pet owners because their average lifespan is just 1-3 years. This short lifespan allows parents...

  • Pet Food
  • Hungary
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Inflation Rate

The growth in the dog and cat populations is also visible in terms of the bird, fish and small mammal/reptile populations in the Netherlands. While dogs and cats remain the most popular pets, small mammals like hamsters and rabbits are also very popular. These are mostly bought for children, as a first pet to learn to look after as they are...

  • Pet Food
  • Netherlands
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Health Insurance Claims

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

Bird and fish ownership continues to see steady growth in 2022; however, growth is not at the same rate as being seen in the ownership of cats and dogs. Nonetheless, the other pet population was positively impacted by the home seclusion arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The bird, fish and small mammal/reptile populations jumped in 2020 amid...

  • Pet Food
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Fuel Demand

Danish pet food producer Natural Brande A/S, which is present in all pet food categories with its Arion brand, decided to withdraw from fish food sales in 2021. An ongoing decline in the pet fish population and strong competition from international brands led the company to re-evaluate the potential of fish food with it choosing to instead...

  • Pet Food
  • Denmark
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Fuel Sales

Other pet food market in Bulgaria witnessed moderate growth in retail volume terms in 2021, with this pattern continuing into 2022 as a growing number of owners switch to prepared food. Meanwhile value growth has been inflated by an increase in retail prices in 2022, with prices being impacted by rising transportation fees and an increase...

  • Pet Food
  • Bulgaria
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Other pet food continued to decline in retail volume terms in 2021 due in part to the decrease in the other pet population, with this pattern set to continue into 2022 and beyond. The contraction is being driven by bird and fish food, with Argentineans increasingly opting for pets that they consider to be more interactive, such as cats and...

  • Pet Food
  • Argentina
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

While small mammal/reptile food registered a positive performance in volume terms in 2020 and 2021 supported by an increase in the small mammal population during the COVID-19 crisis, the category looked set to return to decline in 2022. During the pandemic, children were not in school for much of the time and had very limited social interaction....

  • Pet Food
  • Israel
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Fish Sales

Since the emergence of the pandemic, Chileans’ enthusiasm to adopt pets has increased significantly. The overall number of pets in 2020 experienced strong growth rates as a result of measures implemented by the local government to control the spread of the virus. Due to home seclusion, consumers had greater time to spend with their pets and...

  • Pet Food
  • Chile
  • Pet Food Sales
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number

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

As Slovaks sought out animal companionship during the pandemic, pet ownership of other pets also increased. Ownership of small mammals and fish saw particularly notable increases as these animals can help relieve everyday stresses and are relatively easy to care for. This growth in other pet population will continue to support sales of other...

  • Pet Food
  • Slovakia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Energy Consumption

The strict lockdown restrictions and social distancing measures over the course of the pandemic increased the need for companionship, which led Australians to adopt more pets whilst spending more time at home. In addition to dogs and cats, there was also a rise in the adoption of other pets, such as small mammals, fish and birds. In particular,...

  • Pet Food
  • Australia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Health Insurance Claims

Other pet food has not been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The negative financial consequences of the COVID-19 crisis did not affect demand for products in other pet food, as households which already own fish, birds, small mammals or reptiles tend to rely on packaged other pet food to feed their pets. Owners of cats and dogs,...

  • Pet Food
  • Philippines
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income