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Pet Grooming & Boarding in the US - Industry Market Research Report

33 Pages IBISWorld December 31, 2014 SKU: IBSS5523949

Pet Grooming & Boarding in the US

The Pet Grooming and Boarding industry has proven to be one of the few recession-proof industries. While consumers decreased spending on other goods and services during the recession, industry revenue is expected to increase at a robust average annual rate during the five years to 2014. Furthermore, over the next five years to 2019, this trend is expected to gain further momentum as pet ownership rises and owners use their increasing disposable income on services for their pets.

The industry comprises companies that primarily provide pet care services, such as boarding, grooming and training. This industry includes animal shelters, obedience-training services, guard-dog-training services, pet-boarding and animal-grooming services. This industry does not include establishments that board horses, transport pets or practice veterinary medicine.

This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.

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Pet Grooming & Boarding in the US - Industry Market Research Report

IBISWorld
December 31, 2014

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