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Private-label (or store brand) products have long been significant components of the pet market. This holds true for pet foods in particular, and especially in the specialty pet store channel.
Among dog-owning households, the share with senior dogs rose from 41.6% in 2012 to 53.5% as of 2022.
Manufacturers have slowly increased their prices, spurred by challenges in acquiring ingredients, packaging materials, and other items that go into making and selling pet products.
Even before pandemic-related financial insecurity, loss of human contact, and anxiety over personal health increased Americans’ dependence on pets for companionship and comfort.
In this pandemic era, the number of pet-owning households jumped unusually among upper-income households.
Because just over half of pet owners agree that having pets inside the home is a household cleanliness and hygiene concern, litter and cleanup products have become an even more important part of pet ownership.
Digital pet care was taking off before the pandemic, and all sectors are poised for ongoing rapid growth.
The past several years have seen an increase in interest in meat-free and vegan options in the human food market.
Premiumization, and even reinvention, of products has driven the growth in dry pet food and in dog treats, along with increases in pet population.