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  • Other Pet Food in the United Arab Emirates

    ... high compared with other major cities worldwide, and having a pet means space is required. Secondly, food, veterinary visits and other maintenance fees rack up the costs. However, smaller animals enable pet ownership with limited ... Read More

  • Pet Care in the United Arab Emirates

    ... the relationship between owner and pet. An increasing number of consumers consider pets as people or surrogate children. Trends towards the humanisation of pets, natural, healthy and organic products were evident in pet care products. ... Read More

  • Pet Products in the United Arab Emirates

    ... cat litter, such as sand and silicon content that are scented, unscented, clumping and non-clumping. In terms of pet healthcare, more products geared towards spa experience were launched to address irritation and other skin problems. ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Thailand

    ... they are suitable companions for increasingly busy Thais who want to preserve the peace and quiet amid dense living spaces. The cost of raising such pets is also low compared to cats and dogs, which ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Thailand

    ... to be quieter and do not require as much human interaction and attention, also boding well for urban pet owners in terms of both noise and space. Social media was another tool which boosted increasing ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Germany

    ... cats, especially indoor cats, are tending to get older on average. In addition, cat owners, very much like dog owners, often aim to find food which is as natural and appropriate for their cats as ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Germany

    ... dynamics and digitalisation limited their popularity. Consequently, sales of other pet food decreased in volume terms in 2017, with only limited potential for recovery in 2018. Small mammals/reptiles and birds are set to record further ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Thailand

    ... urbanisation also reduced the size of living space, making smaller dog breeds more suitable for cramped apartments. Furthermore, smaller dogs are perceived as costing owners less due to lower calorific requirements and grooming charges. Recent ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Germany

    ... from packaged food, health and wellness or even fashion, and translated them into products for pets. One of the larger trends was the growing demand for more natural products, free from artificial enhancers or even ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Thailand

    ... later and choose to have fewer children, pets are seen as providing a form of companionship. The elderly live longer and seek out pets for companionship too, as their children have less time for them ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Thailand

    ... tablets. They are more knowledgeable about treating minor ailments in their pets and know which products to use. Pets are often only taken to the vet in serious cases. The best-selling pet healthcare products are ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Germany

    ... to support their other needs to maintain and enhance their physical and mental health. As a result, products to keep pets happy and healthy were in high demand in 2017, driving volume and value sales. ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Germany

    ... continued growing in 2017, also benefiting from smaller packages, which led to more consumption occasions. Due to urbanisation in Germany, small dogs are particularly popular. This shaped the dog food portfolio, as well as volume ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Sweden

    ... only a few launches of new products during the review period, and neither category is expected to show any significant growth over the forecast period. Euromonitor International's Other Pet Food in Sweden report offers a ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Denmark

    ... of such products are not limited by, for example, the trend for smaller dogs in the same way that dog food is. Euromonitor International's Pet Products in Denmark report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Ukraine

    ... to the associated costs, which made them less attractive to low-income consumers in particular. For example, these types of pets require special equipment (aquariums, cages etc), and unlike cats and dogs generally cannot be fed ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Sweden

    ... requires spending both money and time. Taking into consideration expenses for insurance, original purchase, vet costs, registration fees, competitions, lodging and care when the owner is away and other services, the Swedish Agricultural University estimated ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Ukraine

    ... cat owners are more open to feeding their pets commercially prepared food than dog owners. Aside from high quality ingredients, premium and super premium brands offer products specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Egypt

    ... comes to bird food. Nonetheless, Perfecto is a known local bird food brand. Meanwhile, a famous local brand of seeds that is packaged by the kg and sold under Pablo is popular among bird owners. ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Egypt

    ... foreign currency and restrictions on imports hampered the demand for pet products. Higher prices supported value growth rates, but hindered volume sales. Indeed, many retailers and owners have neglected to purchase pet products as they ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Denmark

    ... trend supporting value growth in the overall pet care market, but has only a limited impact on certain small mammal food, as birds, fishes and reptiles are less easy to connect with emotionally than dogs ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Ukraine

    ... currency, average unit prices for most imported products at least doubled during the crisis. Domestic manufacturers responded by increasing production levels while still striving to maintain competitive pricing strategies, and this enabled Ukrainian brands to ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Denmark

    ... the spending habits of existing ones. Premiumisation is still significant, with more and more pet owners upgrading their pet food purchases from economy and mid-priced to the premium category. This is, however, only one of ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Sweden

    ... more money than ever into dog food. Premium brands became more popular and producers of some former mid-priced brands rebranded them to premium. In the city, having a dog tends to be associated with high ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Sweden

    ... calorie. Manufacturers aimed to change this picture and drive consumers to shift in part from their cats’ dry food diet to wet cat food instead. Because of the strong premiumisation trend and greater purchasing power ... Read More

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