10 reports

  • Humanisation of Pets Remains A Major Trend in Pet Food
  • OTHER PET FOOD IN CANADA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS

Small mammal/reptile food recorded the better performance in other pet food in 2017. The small mammal population stayed relatively flat during the review period and is only expected to see marginal increases in coming years. Small mammals, including rabbits, guinea pigs and rodents, were traditionally popular entry-level pets for children....

  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • DLM Foods Canada Corp.
  • PET FOOD BOOM
  • REGULATION & POLICY CONTINUED

Well fed: Increasing demand for animal feed and pet food will cause industry growth Abstract Animal Feed Production in Canada The Animal Feed Production industry in Canada has grown over the past five years, despite fluctuations in the price of animal feed. Rising input costs were largely absorbed by...

  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Nutreco N.V.
  • OTHER PET FOOD IN CANADA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Pet care in Canada maintained strong growth in 2017, driven largely by premiumisation and pet humanisation trends. With rising awareness of health and wellness, pet owners increasingly started looking after their pets in a similar way to how they take care of themselves, which became a primary driver for new product development and innovation...

  • Cat Food
  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Trade
  • DLM Foods Canada Corp.

Pet Care in Canada

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  • OTHER PET FOOD IN CANADA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • Summary 7

In 2017, the pet care market in Canada will continue to perform well, increasing more dynamically than the previous year. This positive performance was possible despite a stagnation in the pet population in Canada and boosted by the pet humanisation trend which has increased value sales as pet owners are increasingly willing to spend more...

  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • DLM Foods Canada Corp.
  • PetSmart, Inc.
  • Rolf C Hagen Inc
  • Humanisation of Pets Remains A Major Trend in Pet Food
  • Producers of Natural Pet Food Brands Thrive in Canada

Small breed dogs became more popular in Canada according to Euromonitor International’s data. Accounting for very slightly more than one quarter of the entire dog population in 2017, the small dog population grew faster compared to the medium and large dog populations. The shifting demographic trends favoured stronger population growth in...

  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • DLM Foods Canada Corp.
  • Producers of Natural Pet Food Brands Thrive in Canada
  • Humanisation of Pets Remains A Major Trend in Pet Food

Cat ownership rose steadily in Canada and cats continued to outnumber dogs as they suit different household sizes. The personality traits of cats make them a good choice for busy urban dwellers. Compared to dogs, cats also adapt more easily to the smaller living space available in cities. The ongoing trend of more millennials moving into apartment...

  • Cat Food
  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • DLM Foods Canada Corp.
  • CHAMPION PETFOODS LP

Champion Pet Foods will continue to offer premium dog and cat food and expand its offerings in external markets. The company aims to offer top quality “biologically appropriate” pet food, manufactured in their own premises and using top quality ingredients. This is their main USP. The company will focus on developing new dog and cat food flavour...

  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Market Description
  • Trade
  • Revenue vs. exports
  • Major market segmentation (2017)

Well fed: Rising exports and increasing pet ownership will modestly boost industry revenue Abstract Animal Food Production in CanadaThe Animal Food Production industry in Canada has grown over the past five years, despite fluctuations in the price of animal feed. Rising input costs were largely absorbed...

  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Nutreco N.V.
  • Natural/Organic Pet Foods
  • I consider natural and organic pet foods to be safer than regular pet foods.

Strong pet food sales, continued humanization trends, and rising interest from pet owners in non-medical pet services all aligned in 2014 to produce a Canadian pet market with its highest growth in the last five years. A sluggish veterinary services category stood in stark contrast, with its continued decline in visits by pet owners. Continued...

  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Supply
  • PetSmart, Inc.
  • Walmart Stores, Inc.
  • COMPANY BACKGROUND
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Over the forecast period, PJ’s Pets will attempt to draw more customers into its outlets by widening its product assortments in several pet care categories, while also working to improve the quality of its customer services. At the same time, it will seek to strengthen brand-awareness and loyalty by increasing its support for pet adoption...

  • Pet Care
  • Pet Food
  • Canada
  • Market Competition