Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products, 3rd Edition
Key trends explored include trends in new pet ownership, the pandemic-accelerated shift to e-commerce, the focus on health and wellness, opportunities for private-label products, and the growing interest in connected or “smart” pet products.
Focusing on product innovation and consumer preferences, Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S., 3rd Edition, breaks out this market into seven categories:
- Toys: fetch toys, plush toys, non-edible chew toys, rope/pull toys, treat-dispensing toys, ”smart” toys, cat scratchers, and cat furniture/“kitty condos”
- Collars, leashes, and harnesses: basic/decorative collars, chain/choke collars, muzzle/head collars, training collars, e-collars, and activity trackers (medicated collars are excluded); basic harnesses, no-pull harnesses, and special needs/handicapped harnesses; basic leashes, retractable leashes, hands-free leashes, double leashes, and training leashes; tie-outs/stakes/cables
- Beds: pillow/cushion beds, nest/cuddle beds, donut/bolster beds, orthopedic beds, heated/cooling pads, kennel pads, raised cots, covered/cave beds, rugs, and mats
- Carriers, crates, and housing: carriers, crates, pens/kennels, dog houses, travel/car accessories, strollers, and bicycle trailers, as well as other containment products including pet gates, doors, and fencing systems
- Bowls, feeders, waterers: bowls/diners/dishes, elevated bowls, slow feeders, gravity feeders/waterers, electronic feeders/waterers, travel feeders/waterers, feeding accessories, food storage
- Apparel/fashion accessories: outdoor clothing, decorative clothing, costumes
- Litter boxes and accessories: basic litter boxes, covered/enclosed litter boxes, automated litter boxes (including rake, rotating, self-flushing), decorative litter boxes; litter scoops; litter mats; waste disposal systems (excludes non-durable litter accessories such as waste bags and disposable litter boxes, litter mats, litter box liners, and litter additives)
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