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Pet Industry Continues to Break Statistics and Standards

The pet industry is soaring not only with its solid ability to generate profit, but as an industry that encourages individual and organizational participation in several of its events.


Carlton, VIC -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/08/2014 -- When there’s a movement in a certain industry, this often changes for the benefit of the business organisations that consist it. But that is not the case in the pet industry sector. The recent changes made as seen in the events sponsored by some of the organisations that make it up are geared towards not only for the betterment of their own business entities, but for the pets and the people who are involved in it.

It can’t be denied that in the past decades, the men dominated most of the organisations, be this owned privately or publicly run by the government. But the pet industry is now one of the sectors that is trying to change that denomination and some organisations are now encouraging women to excel too. An example of this is the recently concluded Women in the Pet Industry Conference 2014 that was held this August 14 to 16 at Portland, Oregon. In here, women engaged in businesses related to pets came together to share business and marketing ideas, create partnerships, or simply attended the meeting to find inspiration from one of its women speakers.

And if the women are now obviously making a mark in this sector, the trend can be considered even better for the whole pet industry as seen in the 2014 Pet Industry’s Top 2 Top Conference held on April 23-24, 2014 at the Amelia Island Plantation in Amelia Island, Florida. Some of its sponsors included the World Pet Association (WPA), American Pet Products Association (APPA), and Petco. This has been consistently recording a 20% increase in attendance each year, but this year, it recorded a whopping 39% increase in registrations. The conference provides information of current pet industry market trends, including other issues that can change the overall movement of the pet industry as a whole such as legislative issues. With its recorded massive attendance, this is an indication that the pet industry has more heads coming together, thinking of better ways to improve its business processes, including the possible improvements of pet industry services and products being offered in the market.

Jordan Walker, chicken coops quality control manager at Coops and Cages, predicts that other pet organisations in several countries will be put up not only for the benefit of the business owners, but as a genuine concern for domestic pets. “Many people nowadays consider their pets as real members of the family and when they do hear of news of one dog or cat getting, hurt, they understand very well how this is a very painful experience for the said animal. News travels very fast nowadays, thanks to social media sites and other media communication tools. With these, people can now easily come together with other people who share the same cause. I know that there are many people out there who want to house abandoned pets, fight for the ones that are being abuse by their owners, or simply find better ways to make pets lives healthier. It’s only a matter of time before they find each other and create their own organisations and influence others to do the same.”

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Coops And Cages™ is an Australian company that provides durable, innovative and affordable pet housing for several types of pets such as cats, dogs, chicken, birds and rabbits. Its employees are true animal lovers who can help you choose the best pet housing or accessory for your pet. For inquiries, email Jordan Walker at or get update from Facebook, Twitter or Google+.