Packaged Facts branded market research is to pet companies as dogs are to humans: their best friends. Our pet market research reports examine key trends, providing market projections and in-depth analysis. Our analysts work closely with pet industry experts, associations, and publications, providing accurate and up-to-date market assessments while personally examining retail and service provider venues to offer keen insights into pet industry retail and consumer trends.
The US pet industry continued its strong advance in 2021, surging 14% overall to $123 billion, with non-medical services – the only sector to lose ground in 2020 – rebounding almost fully.
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This report provides a data-rich analysis of pet product retail sales and shopping patterns in the U.S.
As the pandemic brought health and wellness issues front and center across myriad human markets, the same held true for pets, with owners becoming even more receptive to food, treats, other supplies, and services with health and wellness benefits.
The percentage of U.S. households owning pets slipped slightly from 54% in 2018 to 52% in 2022, for a current total of 68 million pet-owning households.
This report forecasts US pet food retail sales in nominal US dollars for 2022-2026.
Despite the challenging conditions of the past few years, the pet food market has proven to be as resilient as ever, bolstered by U.S. pet owners’ willingness to spend on their beloved “fur babies” even in the midst of a health and economic crisis.
The business of pet specialty retailing has never been more complex in terms of the many types of omnichannel players fighting for market share.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to play out in the durable pet product market.
This report forecasts for 2022-2026 total US retail sales of durable pet care products (also referred to as pet durables) in nominal US dollars for dogs and cats.
All pet industry sectors will continue to benefit from the pervasive focus on health and wellness, which provides a robust framework for ongoing premiumization in areas including alternative form pet food, direct-to-consumer marketing, autoship/subscription programs, and digital pet care.