Pet Ownership Trends

Over half (56%) of U.S. households keep pets, and dogs are by far the most popular companions. Kept by 40% of households, dog ownership rates have grown exponentially over the past ten years. Coming in second are cats, owned by a quarter of American households. Though kept by a much smaller population of households, birds and fish are other popular pet choices whose ownership rates continue to rise. More pet-owning households means a bigger demand for new, more modern-seeming solutions to cater to pets' needs, and while understanding popular pet choices is important, equally significant to understanding ownership trends are the dynamics displayed by pet-owners. Ethnic background, income, age, and education play roles in the likelihood of pet ownership. These ownership dynamics affect a modernizing market aiming to create innovative and environmentally-conscious products that appeal to a widening population of pet-owners. The reports in this collection analyze these increasingly complex dynamics, providing a vivid picture of trends continuously changing the future of pet ownership in America.

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Published: May 19, 2017 | Price: $2,995.00
Pet Population and Ownership Trends in the U.S.: Dogs, Cats, and Other Pets, 2nd EditionAround 67 million households, or 55% of all households, own pets. This second edition of Packaged Facts’ Pet Population and Ownership Trends in the U.S.: Dogs, Cats, and Other Pets analyzes trends in pet...
Published: Apr 29, 2016 | Price: $4,500.00
U.S. Pet Market Outlook, 2016-2017 The future of the pet industry continues to look bright. The industry picked up the pace in 2015, compared to 2014 when sales were not as strong. And the outlook for 2016 and beyond looks even better, as warm weather across the U.S. is sure to perk up sales....
Published: Nov 26, 2014 | Price: $3,595.00
Pet Population and Ownership Trends in the U.S. Facing growing pet populations and an aging human population, the pet industry may do well by looking to U.S. Hispanic consumers as the source of growth opportunities and diversification regarding pet ownership trends in the coming years. Pet...
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