In Spain, small mammal/reptile food continued to drive the performance of other pet food. The small mammal population continued to grow and is expected to see further expansion in 2017 of 2%. This is due to their smaller size and the fact that they are much easier animals to handle and keep in a flat compared to dogs. Small mammals are also less expensive than dogs in terms of food and veterinary costs, so they are at an advantage when consumers are making their decision.
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Product coverage: Bird Food, Fish Food, Small Mammal/Reptile Food.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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