Pet Insurance in the U.S., 6th Edition
- Consumer awareness of pet insurance continues to grow, powered by the marketing efforts of pet insurance associations, as well as the increased availability of pet insurance through a number of distribution channels
- A healthy economy that is growing consumer confidence among pet owners and increasing discretionary spending, allowing consumers to invest more in protecting their pets
- Technological advances, like improved websites and mobile apps, that are making it easier for consumers to enroll in pet insurance and use their policies
- Veterinary costs and pet healthcare expenditures continue to rise, growing the need for pet owners to have some sort of plan to assist with finances.
- More pet owners seeing their pets as family members, increasing the likelihood that they are willing to invest in the health and well-being of their pets.
Pet Insurance in the U.S., 6th Edition is a comprehensive and essential tool for any company looking to learn about this emerging industry. Providing in-depth analysis of the market trends detailed above, as well as a wealth of other information, including:
- Additional market factors discussed in detail
- An examination of growth opportunities for pet insurance companies
- Analysis of the channels of distribution for pet health insurance
- In-depth looks at marketing and educational strategies
- A breakdown of insurance plan offerings and differences
- Merger and acquisition and cooperative agreement activity in the industry
- Market share for all the U.S. pet insurance companies
- Competitive advantages and corporate developments of pet insurance companies
- Details on
competingpet health financing options
- Pet population estimates and forecasts
- Demographic highlights and detailed data of pet owners
Pet Insurance in the U.S., 6th Edition examines the U.S. market for pet health insurance. This report provides both historical (2007-2017)and projected market size (2022) in gross written premiums and policies in force, reflecting insurance plans for cats and dogs. The report provides
The information in Pet Insurance in the U.S., 6th Edition was obtained from both primary and secondary research. Primary research sources include interviews with leading pet insurance providers in the United States and with other pet industry experts; annual participation in pet industry events; and on-site examination of and an on-site examination of pet insurance distribution venues such as veterinary offices and boarding kennels. Additionally, our analysis of pet ownership and the pet insurance consumer draws on several primary sources. This study analyzes consumer survey data from Packaged Facts’own proprietary surveys of pet owners and from Simmons’ Profile Reports.
Secondary research included extensive
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