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Pet Care Services Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Pet care services divide into veterinary vs. non-medical. Veterinary services, in turn, break out into services for livestock animals vs. services for companion pets. The American Pet Products Association (APPA) estimates the U.S. veterinary services market for pets at over $15 billion in 2014.

Non-medical services, which focus on pets, include bathing and grooming, pet sitting or boarding, obedience training, and pet health insurance, along with pampering options such as pet spas and resorts, in keeping with the humanization and premiumization trends that are driving pet market growth in pet care services as well as pet supplies. Packaged Facts estimates the U.S. market for non-medical pet services—the fastest-growing sector of a robust pet industry—at over $7 billion.

The industry-wide pet care services trend is toward multiservice facilities, with a significant degree of overlap between the various kinds of service providers and service channels. This trend is notably evident in pet superstore chains offering adoption, veterinary, grooming, training, and boarding services alongside packaged pet food and non-food supplies.

Even as pet services are integrated into big-box chain retail formats, the range of pet care services continues to expand and diversify, a trend fueled by high-energy entrepreneurs and franchise outfits with national aspirations, tapping into such fertile areas as mobile grooming, pet travel services, pet waste removal, and funerary/bereavement services.

ketResearch.com offers an extensive collection of research reports on pet services from market-leading and boutique publishers including Canadean, Euromonitor International, Global Research & Data Services, Packaged Facts, Plimsoll, and ResearchFarm. Whether you are looking for market quantification and projections or analysis of industry drivers, growth sectors, and segment trends, you’ll find the competitive intelligence you need to strategize successfully in this sector of the pet care industry. 

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Pet Care Services Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Orni - Ex Produtos Para Animais Lda in Pet Care (Portugal)

    ...product launches in its strongest categories of other pet food and pet products, which it considers less competitive then dog and cat food. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing ... Read More

  • Champion SA in Pet Care (Chile)

    ...a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact details, the company background and their competitive positioning through this collection of snapshot company profiles. Product coverage: Pet Food, ... Read More

  • Cabanaquinta SA in Pet Care (Chile)

    ...price segments. For example, Pet City outlets are expected to start carrying more breed- and age-specific pet food, especially products for smaller dog breeds and senior dogs and cats. The company is also working to ... Read More

  • Pet Products in the Philippines

    ...by local players wishing to achieve differentiation. For example, Human Nature, the owner of the local brand Furry Kind Natural Cocomutt Shampoo, uses ingredients derived from coconut. It also has the Furry Kind Sunshine Serum ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Bulgaria

    ...care manufacturers, shops and veterinary clinics. Pet pampering is slowly becoming the norm and pet owners’ spending has moved far beyond simple food expenses to include innovative and specialised premium products. Euromonitor International's Pet Care ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Switzerland

    ...escalation in competition, a slight fall in unit prices and high levels of discounting and price promotions, which undermined value growth to an extent. In addition, cross-border shopping resulting from a weak euro and a ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Chile

    ...to exhibit high levels of corruption and malpractice. In addition, the business lobby claims that tax, labour and education reforms are lowering the performance of the country as a whole. Therefore, political and economic problems ... Read More

  • Jeronimo Martins Polska SA in Pet Care (Poland)

    ...a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact details, the company background and their competitive positioning through this collection of snapshot company profiles. Product coverage: Pet Food, ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Switzerland

    ...contribute to low consumer demand for pet products. Furthermore, saturation, stiff competition and falling unit prices, as well as cross-border shopping are other factors which are anticipated to exacerbate the situation. Euromonitor International's Pet Products ... Read More

  • B2C EOOD in Pet Care (Bulgaria)

    ...few years, it has introduced many new pet food brands and has future plans to continue in this direction. In the forecast period, the company is expected to continue to expand its outlets’ volume and ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Bulgaria

    ...with them. The health, wellness and care segment of the pet industry will continue to evolve. Pet-loving consumers have changed the way they think about this area of their pets’ lives. They are more demanding, ... Read More

  • Robina Agri Partners in Pet Care (Philippines)

    ...product line to include more dog treats or pet healthcare such as anti-tick/flea products. It is likely that the company will favour the development of products that have a wide potential consumer base rather than ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Poland

    ...from increasing salary levels, which allow consumers to spend more on pet accessories and healthcare, and give them an appropriate combination of supplements products. Euromonitor International's Pet Products in Poland report offers a comprehensive guide ... Read More

  • Plc Pet Safari (KL) Sdn Bhd in Pet Care (Malaysia)

    ...at competitive prices. The company plans to open five more outlets in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Johor in 2016. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken ... Read More

  • Solla SA in Pet Care (Colombia)

    ...of Colombian consumers. Following investments in increased production and improved efficiencies, the company is looking to make new premium product launches, such as dog treats, that will take advantage of humanisation trends and rising incomes. ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Malaysia

    ...Pet welfare societies like Paws Animal Welfare Society, Penang Animal Welfare Society, Penang Animal Sanctuary Society, SPCA Penang and SPCA Selangor spread awareness through social media by posting videos and images of stray cats and ... Read More

  • Zoo Market SD Ltd in Pet Care (Israel)

    ...price platforms, in order to target a large consumer audience. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact details, the company ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Australia

    ...in order to enhance their pets’ quality of life. Pet products includes cat litter, pet healthcare, pet dietary supplements and other pet products such as toys, accessories and beauty items. Euromonitor International's Pet Products in ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Colombia

    ...going abroad more often they see new products for their pets, and start asking for them in Colombia. Euromonitor International's Pet Products in Colombia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Denmark

    ...report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2011-2015, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Finland

    ...instability and an elevated unemployment rate, resulting in pet owners thinking twice before making a purchase. Euromonitor International's Pet Products in Finland report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Germany

    ...in the course of 2016 and the following years. Pets are often kept as valued companions, or even as part of the family. In many cases they contribute to a more harmonious and balanced life, ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Greece

    ...a further decline in 2016. However, this is expected to be at a slighter slower pace in comparison to 2015. Similar trends are expected to be evidenced, with pet owners remaining highly conservative with their ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Hong Kong, China

    ...tailored for humans such as herb supplements and clothing are gaining popularity among pet products. The projection of humans’ idea of quality onto their pets is noteworthy in the slew of new product developments and ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Hungary

    ...size of the pet population, rising health awareness of pet owners and from improving economic conditions. Other pet products is expected to remain as the biggest type since pet accessories are relatively more expensive than ... Read More

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