This report focuses on the non-medical pet services sector in the U.S., including grooming, boarding (including day care outside of the home), training, and pet sitting/walking, with emerging service areas also taken into consideration. Report coverage also includes pet insurance.
The pet medications market, 2020 and 2021 were boom years, but the market’s lackluster 3.7% growth during 2022 is actually indicative of unit sales losses stemming from higher prices, fewer veterinary visits, and a declining dog population.
This report analyzes current and projects future retail sales and trends across the U.S. pet industry. It examines collectively and separately four sectors of products and services – pet food, non-food pet supplies, veterinary services, and non-medical pet services.
Packaged Facts projects that on top of a 7% increase experienced in 2022, the market for pets other than dogs and cats will grow 4% in 2023, reaching $3.6 billion in sales.
This report provides a deep dive into the cat litter, puppy/training pads, dog waste bags, and pet cleanup and odor control preparations market.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to play out in the durable pet product market.
Pet Food in the US, 17th Edition analyzes the retail market for dog and cat food in the United States. The full retail spectrum is quantified, including Internet sales, mass-market outlets, pet specialty stores (chains and independents), and other channels.
Focusing primarily on dogs and cats, this report provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of pet ownership rates, pet population characteristics, and pet owner demographics. This report also provides topline coverage of ownership rates for other types of pets (fish, small mammals, herptiles, and birds).
The business of pet specialty retailing has never been more complex in terms of the many types of omnichannel players fighting for market share.