United States Pet Services Market Report 2021-2025: Market To Reach $ 15.8 Billion

DUBLIN, Dec 3 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Pet Services in the United States” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

Harder hit by the pandemic than any other sector of the pet industry due to shelter, travel failure and the temporary suspension of many convenient services, the non-medical pet services sector – defined by this report as grooming, boarding / daycare, pet sitting / walking, training outside the veterinary sector, as well as pet insurance – is on the rebound, sales are expected to approach $ 16 billion by 2025.

Despite the setbacks of COVID-19, a growing range of non-medical pet services is gaining dollar significance across the pet industry. As a result, non-veterinary pet care professionals – especially groomers and trainers – are increasingly serving as influencers in the pet industry.

The driving force behind the recovery is the tailwind, including the increasingly direct involvement of pet owners in the health of their pets; intensive brick-and-mortar retailer focuses on pet services as a bulwark against further losses from e-commerce; the boom in ‘pandemic pets’ in terms of ownership and spending; urbanization; aging populations of pets and their owners; and the inclination towards higher income households in terms of pet ownership and expenses. Technological innovation and venture capital will also continue to propel the business forward, causing further disruption in the market, including virtual and home services designed to capitalize on the new standard of more home lifestyles.

Pet Services in the United States examines these and other opportunities for market development, breaking down historical and projected sales of non-medical pet services by type and providing a detailed overview of consumer demographics.

Scope and methodology

This report focuses on the non-medical pet services industry in the United States, including grooming, boarding (including out-of-home child care), training, and child care / walking pets, with emerging service areas also being considered. The coverage of the report also includes pet insurance. The medical and non-medical services provided by the veterinary sector are beyond the scope of this report, but are discussed in the context of the competitive landscape.

The information in this report was obtained from primary and secondary research. Primary research includes nationwide online surveys of U.S. adult pet owners (aged 18 and over) conducted on an ongoing basis by the publisher, to measure purchasing habits and attitudes regarding products and pet services.

With samples of around 2,000 animal owners, these surveys are based on national online research panels that are representative of the census on key demographic measures of age, sex, geographic region, race / ethnicity and household income. The main surveys used in this report were conducted from November /december 2020 until August-September 2021.

This report also provides exclusive data on new pet ownership for 2020, taking into account the recent increase in pet adoption as well as product sales trends for the year 2020.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

  • Scope of the report
  • Grooming
  • Coaching
  • Other services
  • Pet insurance
  • Opportunities
  • New pet owners
  • Health
  • Veterinary synergy
  • Technology
  • Membership Programs
  • Payment options
  • Security
  • “Omniservice”
  • Increasingly influential animal service professionals

2. Market overview

  • Chapter Highlights
  • Looking back
  • The pandemic is wreaking havoc
  • Proactive market response and good tailwinds
  • The boom in the pet population
  • Look ahead
  • Market ready for a rebound
  • Pet acquisition trends remain positive in the first half of 2021
  • Pandemic intensifies focus on health and wellness
  • Increase in the number of older pets
  • Market to reach $ 15.8 billion in 2025
  • Pet abandonment after pandemic is cause for concern
  • Industry trends
  • Competitive structure
  • Non-medical services for pets via the veterinary channel
  • Pet Retailers Increasingly Depend On Services
  • Petco All Inclusive Services
  • Services also integrated into the PetSmart strategy
  • Walmart launches Walmart Pet Care
  • Franchise operations
  • Best Friends Pet Care
  • Freelancers Also Big On Pet Services
  • Online reservations
  • Overview of consumer utilization rates
  • Grooming, insurance are the categories of growth

3. Grooming

  • Chapter Highlights
  • Category overview
  • On the rebound of the pandemic crisis
  • Competitive insight
  • Services are an integral part of PetSmart’s strategy
  • Petco Bolsters menu of services with veterinary and loyalty programs
  • Mobile grooming on the high
  • Wag N ‘Wash makes enviable inroads
  • Consumer Focus
  • Pet Grooming Customer Growth Rate
  • Pet Grooming Customer Size
  • Utilization rate for animal grooming
  • Share of pet grooming customers per dog / cat owner
  • Growth demographics for canine grooming services
  • Detailed demographics for dog grooming

4. Pension & Daycare

  • Chapter Highlights
  • Category overview
  • A boarding pandemic on the rebound
  • Competitive insight
  • PetSmart PetsHotels Number 200+
  • Camp Bow Wow
  • Dogtopia
  • Best Friends Pet Care
  • Consumer Focus
  • Growth rate of pet boarding customers
  • Size of clientele in pet boarding
  • Pet boarding rate
  • Share of pet boarding customers per dog / cat owner
  • Growth demographics for canine boarding services
  • Highest demographic characteristics for dog daycares
  • Detailed demographic data for dog boarding

5. Training

  • Chapter Highlights
  • Category overview
  • A company worth over a billion dollars
  • Pandemic measures give lasting trends
  • Competitive insight
  • Petco and PetSmart and Homing in virtual training
  • Bark Busters Home Dog Training
  • To sit means to sit
  • Consumer Focus
  • Growth rate of the pet training clientele
  • Pet training clientele size
  • Use rate for pet training
  • Top demographics for dog training services

6. Other services

  • Chapter Highlights
  • Category overview
  • Home-confined pet owners alleviate need for in-home services
  • Competitive insight
  • Rover partners with Walmart and merges with True Wind Capital SPAC
  • Stir! “Techs Up” in the midst of the pandemic
  • Barkly Pets looking to run with big dogs
  • Go get it! Take care of an animal
  • DoodyCalls
  • Pet butler
  • Emerging Pet Services

7. Pet insurance

  • Chapter Highlights
  • Category overview
  • Market growth, despite the pandemic
  • Nearly two dozen market players
  • Cross-branding of a human insurance company
  • Major retailers, including Petco and Walmart
  • Operate employee benefit programs
  • Consumer Focus
  • Pet Insurance Customer Growth Rate
  • Pet insurance customer base size
  • Pet insurance utilization rate
  • Share of pet insurance customers per dog / cat owner
  • Key demographics for pet insurance
  • Growth demographics for dog insurance
  • Detailed demographics for dog insurance

Companies mentioned

  • Bark Busters Home Dog Training
  • Pets
  • Best Friends Pet Care
  • Camp Bow Wow
  • Dogtopia
  • DoodyCalls
  • Go get it! Take care of an animal
  • Pet butler
  • Petco
  • PetSmart
  • Vagabond
  • To sit means to sit
  • Wag N ‘Wash
  • Stir!
  • Walmart

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