US Pet Care Market Report 2021-2025 – Growing Adoption of Veterinary Telehealth / Growing Trend in Personalization / Emerging New Categories of Pet Care Products

DUBLIN, January 05, 2022– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “The US Pet Care Market: Size, Trends and Forecast with the Impact of COVID-19 (2021-2025)” the report was added to offer.

The report provides in-depth analysis of the US pet care market by value, type, distribution channel, pet owner, etc. The report also provides detailed analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the US pet care market.

The US pet care market has grown during the years 2016-2020 and projections are made that the market will increase tremendously in the next four years i.e. 2021-2025.

The US pet care market is predicted to grow due to rapid urbanization, rising personal income per capita, increasing number of pet owners among millennials, growing number of one-person households, increasing obesity in pets, mobile pet grooming, increasing demand for pet insurance, increasing demand for protein in food for pets, etc. Still, the market is facing some challenges like strict regulations associated with pet food, high costs etc.

The facets of pet care are increasing every day. Previously it included all the basic necessities, but over time animal care also absorbed dog training, grooming, gym sessions, etc. Proper care for animals is the basis of responsible ownership.

The pandemic hasn’t been that bad for the pet care industry. Panic buying and stockpiling practices during the first phase of COVID-19 quickly emptied the shelves of pet care products, preventing a sharp decline in market revenues. However, a large number of non-essential pet care services are on hold due to the domino effect of the nationwide lockdown. COVID-19 is accelerating the shift to e-commerce that is already reshaping pet care. Social distancing has generated an increase in online orders and led to the growth of new models such as Click & Collect and Third-Party Delivery.

Moreover, the market growth is said to be successful due to various market trends such as the humanization of companion animals, the increasing adoption of veterinary telehealth, the growing trend towards personalization, the emergence of new categories of care products. for pets, etc.

The report also assesses the key opportunities in the market and describes the factors which are and will be driving the growth of the industry. Growth in the overall US pet care market has also been forecast for the period 2021-2025, taking into account previous growth patterns, growth drivers, and current and future trends.

The US pet care market is fragmented. The major players in the US pet care market are Mars Inc. (Mars Petcare), Nestlé (Nestle Purina Petcare), The JM Smucker Company and Colgate-Palmolive Co. (Hill’s Pet Nutrition) are also presented with their financial information. and respective. business strategies.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Presentation

2.1 Pet care: an overview

2.1.1 Introduction to Pet Care

2.1.2 Types of pet sitting services

2.1.3 Advantages and disadvantages of having a pet

2.1.4 Strategies for responsible pet care

2.2 Pet Care Segmentation: An Overview

2.2.1 Animal Care Segmentation

2.2.2 Animal Care Segmentation by Type

2.2.3 Pet Veterinary Care Segmentation by Type

3. Analysis of the American market

3.1 The U.S. Pet Care Market: An Analysis

3.1.1 The US Pet Care Market by Value

3.1.2 US Pet Care Market by Type (Pet Food and Treats, Veterinary Product and Care Sales, Over-the-Counter Drugs and Supplies, Others)

3.1.3 US Pet Care Market by Distribution Channel (Retail, E-Commerce, Others)

3.2 The US Pet Care Market: Type Analysis

3.2.1 The United States Pet Food and Treats Market by Value

3.2.2 United States Pet Food and Treats Market by Product (Dry, Snacks / Treats, Wet / Canned, Nutritious, Others)

3.2.3 The US Dry Pet Food Market by Value

3.2.4 US Pet Snacks / Treats Market by Value

3.2.5 US Wet / Canned Pet Food Market by Value

3.2.6 The US Nutritional Pet Food Market by Value

3.2.7 The US Other Pet Food Market by Value

3.2.8 The United States Veterinary Care Market and Product Sales by Value

3.2.9 The United States Over-the-Counter Drugs and Supplies Market by Value

3.2.10 The US market for other services by value

3.3 The US Pet Care Market: Distribution Channel Analysis

3.3.1 The US Pet Care Market by Value

3.3.2 US Pet Care E-Commerce Market by Value

3.3.3 The US Other Pet Care Market by Value

3.4 The US Pet Care Market: Pet Ownership Analysis

3.4.1 The US Pet Care Market by Pet Owner

4. Impact of COVID-19

4.1 Impact of COVID-19 on the Pet Care Industry

4.2 Increase in the adoption rate of companion animals

4.3 Changing consumer behavior

4.3.1 Increases in Pet-Related Expenses

4.3.2 Choice of tilting to high-end foods

4.3.3 Training and Safety Products and Services

4.4 Increase the use of telehealth

5. Market dynamics

5.1 Growth drivers

5.1.1 Rapid urbanization

5.1.2 Increase personal income per capita

5.1.3 Increase in the number of millennial pet owners

5.1.4 Increase in the number of one-person households

5.1.5 Increased obesity in companion animals

5.1.6 Mobile pet grooming

5.1.7 Growing Demand for Pet Insurance

5.1.8 Growing Demand for Protein in Pet Foods

5.2 challenges

5.2.1 Strict regulations associated with pet food

5.2.2 High cost involved

5.3 Market trends

5.3.1 Humanization of companion animals

5.3.2 Growing Adoption of Veterinary Telehealth

5.3.3 Growing Trend in Personalization

5.3.4 Emergence of New Categories of Pet Care Products

6. Competitive landscape

6.1 The U.S. Pet Care Market Players: A Financial Comparison

7. Company profiles

7.1 Company overview

7.2 Business strategies

  • Mars Inc. (Mars Petcare)

  • Nestlé (Nestlé Purina Petcare)

  • The JM Smucker Company

  • Colgate-Palmolive Co. (Hill’s Pet Nutrition)

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