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What Has Changed and What Will Change in the Pet Industry

The pet industry continues to have a promising future, and pets may have more to gain with new amazing products expected to be offered in the market in coming years.


Carlton, VIC -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/29/2014 -- It seems that there is now a trend called “pet invasion” in most households. In Australia alone, there were 8 million recorded pet owners in the country by 2012, 4.2 million of which have dogs, 3.3 million owned cats, while the rest have other pet breeds. In the US, the 2012 American Pet Products Association (APPA) Survey revealed that 68% have pets in their homes. Pet ownership is being tied to adults deciding to stay single and buy domestic animals for companionship or married couples delaying plans of having a baby.

With all of these statistics, those expected to have the best gains are pet service and products providers. In the past, pet food manufacturers may have suffered from a bad reputation amidst the product recalls due to contamination. Nevertheless, pet owners will always be on the lookout for better food products for their pets. And with their dedication to providing the best products that money could buy for their furry pals, this may pave way for the rise of gourmet food for pets.

It is also noteworthy to mention that past and present research on pets say that these are beneficial to a person’s emotional and physical well-being. This is why many hospitals and clinics are now welcoming pets such as dogs for patient therapy. Although the number of pet ownership is now considered very high, this is still expected to see greater growth several years from now. But instead of families, it is predicted that people who will be more inclined to buy pets are the aged and the singles, and they will be doing this both for health and companionship reasons.

Furthermore, some on the other hand claim that pets will be able to have a better quality of life due to people now more aware of what could make their pets healthier and happier. With these predictions, the Australian pet enclosure company Coops And Cages, says that this it now one of the best times for pets like rabbits to live. Jordan Walker, the lead writer for Coops And Cages, further said, “Where have you seen a rabbit perform tricks in a show just like sporting dogs? Or have dogs have their own luxury beds, designer clothes and meals fit for a king? But I must admit that this may be even better in the future. For example, pet foods offered in the market could be geared toward the use of organic produce or healthcare will then be specialised like what is being offered to us humans now.”

About Coops And Cages™
Coops And Cages™ prides itself for being one of the most reliable provider of durable yet affordable pet enclosure products in Australia. If you are looking for a home for your pet dog, cat, rabbits, chickens, or birds, they’d be more than happy to help. For inquiries, email Jordan Walker at or get business updates from their Facebook, Twitter or Google+ accounts.