Pet Grooming & Boarding in the US
The Pet Grooming and Boarding industry has nearly doubled over the past decade. Demand for pet grooming, boarding, training and walking is at an all-time high due to rising pet ownership, improved disposable income and changing consumer preferences regarding pet care. Pet parents have been purchasing a greater range of high-value services for their pets, contributing to industry revenue growth. Furthermore, industry operators have expanded their services to capture additional revenue. Pet groomers are increasingly providing luxuries like pet cologne. Pet boarders have also introduced deluxe hotel suites equipped with TVs, webcams for owners and training services, among other amenities. The outlook remains bright for the Pet Grooming and Boarding industry. Rising pet ownership will increase demand for services and per capita income will enable more owners to be able to afford luxury services. However, industry competition is expected to intensify as the number of nonemployers that offer pet-sitting services increases.
This industry primarily provides 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 predominantly retail products, board horses, transport pets nor those that 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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