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Dog and Cat Toys: U.S. Pet Market Trends and Opportunities
Continued humanization of pets, a growing preference for natural and eco-friendly toys among pet owners, more durable plush toys for dogs, and the propensity of pet owners with multiple cats to buy toys will be the primary drivers behind the growth in sales of dog and cat toys over the next five years. Growth in dog toys (at three-fourths of the total) will outpace growth in cat toys in this billion-dollar market. For cats toys, nonetheless, the Internet and supermarket channels are showing stronger growth in sales, helping to offset declining sales in the pet specialty channel.
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Dog and Cat Toys: U.S. Pet Market Trends and Opportunities provides an in-depth analysis of dog and cat toy sales through all channels in the U.S. market, focusing on the key categories of toys driving the market and highlighting sales trends. The report covers sales of chew, plush, rubber, fetch, tug, and puzzle toys, as well as cat scratchers and cat stands, discussing the top marketers in each category. All information and analyses in the report is highly accessible, presented in concise text and easy-to-read and practical charts, tables, and graphs.
The information in Dog and Cat Toys: U.S. Pet Market Trends and Opportunities was obtained from primary datasets including consumer survey data from Packaged Facts’ own National Pet Owners Survey and from Simmons’ Profile Reports. Other primary research includes interviews with pet experts, on-site examination of retail and service provider venues, and Internet canvassing including websites and blogs. Secondary research includes information- and data-gathering from retail sales databases, consumer business and trade publications, company profiles, and Packaged Facts’ own extensive pet product research database and report collection.
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