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Durable Dog and Cat Pet Care Products in the U.S., 3rd Edition

  • ID: 5180897
  • Report
  • October 2020
  • Region: United States
  • 255 Pages
  • Packaged Facts
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Ethical Products
  • Hill
  • Mars
  • Nestlé Purina
  • Petco
  • Petmate
  • MORE

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted almost every facet of American life, and the durable pet products market has more than risen to the challenge, providing pet owners with the products they need to make pet ownership in the age of COVID-19 easier and more enjoyable for both pet and owner. All of the durable pet product categories experienced a significant sales bump during the initial stages of the pandemic, as pet owners rushed to purchase products such as gates and crates to keep pets contained while they worked from home, collars and leashes for the walks they now had the time to take, and toys to help keep pets entertained. On top of this, dog and cat ownership levels have increased, spurred by stay-at-home orders driving Americans to obtain new pets for companionship or to help keep children occupied, resulting in a boom in sales of durables new pets require including bowls, litter boxes, collars, beds, and toys. As a result, the publisher expects the pet durables market to see a nearly 10% increase in 2020 bringing sales to $5.7 billion. The market is forecast to maintain strong but moderating annual sales gains through 2024, resulting in a compound annual growth rate of 4.4%.

Key trends explored include trends in new pet ownership, the pandemic-accelerated shift to e-commerce, the focus on health and wellness, opportunities for private-label products, and the growing interest in connected or “smart” pet products.

Focusing on product innovation and consumer preferences, Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S., 3rd Edition, breaks out this market into seven categories:

  • Toys: fetch toys, plush toys, non-edible chew toys, rope/pull toys, treat-dispensing toys, ”smart” toys, cat scratchers, and cat furniture/“kitty condos”
  • Collars, leashes, and harnesses: basic/decorative collars, chain/choke collars, muzzle/head collars, training collars, e-collars, and activity trackers (medicated collars are excluded); basic harnesses, no-pull harnesses, and special needs/handicapped harnesses; basic leashes, retractable leashes, hands-free leashes, double leashes, and training leashes; tie-outs/stakes/cables
  • Beds: pillow/cushion beds, nest/cuddle beds, donut/bolster beds, orthopedic beds, heated/cooling pads, kennel pads, raised cots, covered/cave beds, rugs, and mats
  • Carriers, crates, and housing: carriers, crates, pens/kennels, dog houses, travel/car accessories, strollers, and bicycle trailers, as well as other containment products including pet gates, doors, and fencing systems
  • Bowls, feeders, waterers: bowls/diners/dishes, elevated bowls, slow feeders, gravity feeders/waterers, electronic feeders/waterers, travel feeders/waterers, feeding accessories, food storage
  • Apparel/fashion accessories: outdoor clothing, decorative clothing, costumes
  • Litter boxes and accessories: basic litter boxes, covered/enclosed litter boxes, automated litter boxes (including rake, rotating, self-flushing), decorative litter boxes; litter scoops; litter mats; waste disposal systems (excludes non-durable litter accessories such as waste bags and disposable litter boxes, litter mats, litter box liners, and litter additives)

The completely revised Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S., 3rd Edition report quantifies the market as a whole as well as category by category, calculating annual sales and historical compound annual growth rates for 2015 through projected 2020 sales, and continued projected growth rates through 2024. Through custom surveying in the publisher's own Surveys of Pet Owners, the study highlights consumer purchase patterns and product preferences in each category. Including dozens of product illustrations, it focuses particularly on trends in marketing and new product development, while also identifying key players in the market overall and at the category level. Additional data sources include the American Pet Product Association (APPA) 2019-2020 National Pet Owner Survey.

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Ethical Products
  • Hill
  • Mars
  • Nestlé Purina
  • Petco
  • Petmate
  • MORE

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
  • Market Definition: Seven Product Categories
  • Report Methodology
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • Market Size and Composition
  • Pandemic-Driven “At-Home” Trend Spurs Substantial Boost
  • Largest Durables Category Is Toys at Over $1.8 Billion
  • Dogs Account for Lion’s Share of Durables Sales
  • Market Share by Retail Channel
  • Tech Products Reach $555 Million in Sales
  • Toys Purchased by Highest Percentage of Owners
  • Figure 1-1 Durable Pet Care Product Purchase Rates, Past Three Years, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Market Drivers
  • Pet Acquisitions, Work-from-Home Biggest Drivers of Durables Post-COVID
  • Pets in Public
  • Coronavirus Impact on Shopping Behavior
  • Pet Owners Use Internet Beyond Product Purchasing
  • Focus on Felines
  • Natural/Eco-Friendly Products Gaining Momentum in Durables Market
  • Competitive Trends
  • Wide Range of Companies Compete in Durables Market
  • Acquisitions and Expansion Activity Dampened by COVID-19
  • Pet Food Marketers Participate in Durable Pet Products
  • Looking Ahead
  • Modest But Steady Gains in U.S. Retail Sales
  • TOYS
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales on Steady Upward Curve
  • Toy Marketers
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Toys Category Receives Boost from Pandemic-Related “Play-at-Home” Time
  • COLLARS, LEASHES, AND HARNESSES
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales Chalk Up Steady Gains
  • Marketer Overview
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Collars/Leashes/Harnesses in Demand as More Pets Accompany Owners
  • BEDS
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales Post Healthy Growth
  • Marketer Overview
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Function and Fashion
  • CRATES, CARRIERS, AND HOUSING
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales Post Steady Growth
  • Marketer Overview
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Pet Comfort, Portability Among the Top Appeals
  • BOWLS, FEEDERS, AND WATERERS
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales Post Steady Growth
  • Marketer Overview
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Pet Owners Choose Stylish and Solution-Based Feeders
  • APPAREL AND FASHION ACCESSORIES
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales Edge Upward
  • Marketer Overview
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Merging Function and Fashion
  • LITTER BOXES AND ACCESSORIES
  • Market Overview
  • U.S. Retail Sales on the Rise
  • Marketer Overview
  • Marketing and New Product Trends
  • Performance and Convenience Are the Watchwords
  • OPPORTUNITIES
  • Coronavirus Pandemic: Challenges - and Opportunities
  • Opportunity 1-New Pet Ownership
  • Opportunity 2-Pet Owners at Home
  • Opportunity 3-E-commerce
  • Opportunity 4-Total Wellness
  • Opportunity 5-Subscription-Based Products
  • Opportunity 6-Private Label
  • Opportunity 7-Resumption of Acquisitions
  • Opportunity 8-Pet Tech
  • Opportunity 9-Cats: The Underserved Minority
  • Opportunity 10-Products as Petcare Providers

CHAPTER 2: MARKET OVERVIEW

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
  • Market Definition: Seven Product Categories
  • Report Methodology
  • MARKET SIZE AND COMPOSITION
  • Pandemic-Driven “At-Home” Trend Spurs Substantial Boost
  • Table 2-1 U.S. Retail Sales of Durable Pet Care Products, 2015-2020P (million dollars)
  • Largest Durables Category Is Toys at Over $1.8 Billion
  • Figure 2-1 Share of Durable Pet Care Product Retail Sales by Category, 2020P (percent and millions of dollars)
  • Table 2-2 Retail Sales of Durable Pet Care Products by Category, 2015, 2019, and 2020P (million dollars and percent)
  • Dogs Account for Lion’s Share of Durables Sales
  • Figure 2-2 Share of Durable Pet Care Product Retail Sales by Category: Dog vs. Cat, 2020P
  • Table 2-3 U.S. Retail Sales and Market Share of Durable Pet Care Products by Category, Dog vs. Cat, 2020P (million dollars and percent)
  • Table 2-4 Annual Household Spending on Durable Pet Care Products, Dog-Owning vs. Cat-Owning, 2020P (dollars)
  • Market Share by Retail Channel
  • Figure 2-3 Share of Durable Pet Care Product Retail Sales by Retail Channel, 2020
  • Tech Products Reach $555 Million in Sales in 2020
  • Table 2-5 Retail Sales of Pet Tech Products, 2019 vs. 2020P (million dollars and percent)
  • MARKET DRIVERS
  • Pet Durables Nearly One-Third of Non-Food Pet Supplies Market
  • Toys Purchased by Highest Percentage of Owners
  • Figure 2-4 Durable Pet Care Product Purchase Rates, Past Three Years, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Toys Have Highest Purchase Rate Among Recent Purchasers
  • Table 2-6 Purchase Rates of Durable Pet Care Products by Category, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Table 2-7 Purchase Rates of Durable Pet Care Products by Category, Past 12 Months, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • The Coronavirus Crisis
  • Durable Pet Care Product Sales Boosted by Pet Acquisitions
  • Illustration 2-1 Petco Foundation Email Encouraging Pet Shelter Support During Coronavirus Pandemic
  • Figure 2-5 Types of Pets Acquired: Last 12 Months vs. Last 3 Months, 2020 (percent of pet owners)
  • Table 2-8 Overview of Pet Ownership by Type: Dogs vs. Cats, 2020P (percent of and number of U.S. households)
  • Figure 2-6 Pet Ownership Rates by Type, 2020P (percent of U.S. households and of pet-owning households)
  • Changes in Travel and Workplaces Encourage Durables Purchases
  • Figure 2-7 Coronavirus Impact on Travel, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Pets in Public
  • Illustration 2-2 Mars Pet Care’s Better Cities for Pets “7 Emerging Pet Trends”
  • FDA Encourages Pet Owners to Protect Their Pets
  • Illustration 2-3 FDA YouTube Video Still
  • Coronavirus Impact on Shopping Behavior
  • Omnimarket Era Is Here to Stay
  • Changes in General Shopping Patterns
  • Figure 2-8 Coronavirus Impact on General Shopping Behavior, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Figure 2-9 Restaurant and Grocery Services Tried for the First Time Due to Coronavirus, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Brick-and-Mortar Shopping Shifts
  • Table 2-9 Coronavirus-Related Changes in Pet Owner Shopping Frequency at Physical Retailers, April/May 2020 vs. Six Months Previous (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Online Shopping Shifts
  • Table 2-10 Coronavirus-Related Changes in Pet Owner Shopping Frequency at Online Retailers, April/May 2020 vs. Six Months Previous (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Subscription Boxes and Auto-Ship
  • The Financial Impact of the Coronavirus
  • Figure 2-10 Impact of Coronavirus on Spending, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Continued Economic Hardship Not Yet Straining Pet Ownership
  • Figure 2-11 Negative Impact of Coronavirus on Pet Ownership, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Figure 2-12 Anticipated Need of Financial Assistance as a Result of Coronavirus, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Figure 2-13 Significant Challenges Faced as a Pet Owner, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Non-Affluent Households Once Again Threatened by Price Pressures
  • Table 2-11 $70K+ Household Share of U.S. Pet Market Expenditures: By Classification, 2011-2018 (percent)
  • Pet Owners Use Internet Beyond Product Purchasing
  • Table 2-12 Use of Internet by Pet Product Type in Past 12 Months, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Focus on Felines
  • Figure 2-14 Percent of Cat Owners Agreeing: “Compared with what’s available for dogs, cats are sometimes treated as second-class citizens by
  • Illustration 2-4 Petco’s “Kitty 101” Promotional Email
  • Natural/Eco-Friendly Products Gaining Momentum in Durables Market
  • Pet Tech
  • Figure 2-15 Level of Agreement with the Statement, “Technology is allowing me to save time on pet care,” 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Figure 2-16 Level of Agreement with the Statement, “Technology is allowing me to spend more quality time with my pet,” 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Millennials and Pet Tech
  • Table 2-13 Agreement with the Statement, “I like buying high-tech/internet-connected products for my pets,” 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Camera Monitors and Treat Dispensers
  • Illustration 2-5 PetBot Multifunction “Smartphone” and Treat Dispenser
  • COMPETITIVE TRENDS
  • Wide Range of Companies Compete in Durables Market
  • Walmart Most Popular Retailer for Non-Food Pet Supplies Purchases
  • Table 2-14 Retail Shopping Patterns for Pet Product Purchases, Non-Food Supplies vs. Foods vs. Medications, 2020 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Acquisitions and Expansion Activity Dampened by COVID-19
  • Petmate Acquires Pet Qwerks
  • Illustration 2-6 Pet Qwerks Babble Ball
  • Ethical Products Partners with Liz Bales
  • Pet Food Marketers Participate in Durable Pet Products
  • Nestlé Purina’s Pet Care Innovation Contest
  • Mars’ Companion Venture Fund and Leap Venture Studio and Academy
  • Illustration 2-7 Project Blu Collar and Leash
  • Hill’s Vetrax Collar Connects with Veterinarians and Pet Owners
  • Illustration 2-8 Hill’s Vetrax Vet-Connected Pet Monitoring Wearable
  • LOOKING AHEAD
  • Modest but Steady Gains in U.S. Retail Sales
  • Table 2-15 Projected Retail Sales of Durable Pet Care Products, 2020-2024 (million dollars)
  • Table 2-16 Projected Retail Sales of Durable Pet Care Products by Category, 2020 vs. 2024 (million dollars)

CHAPTER 3: TOYS

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • U.S. Retail Sales on Steady Upward Curve
  • Table 3-1 Retail Sales of Dog and Cat Toys, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 3-1 Share of Pet Toy Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Toy Marketers
  • Focus on Sustainability
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Toys Category Receives Boost from Pandemic-Related “Play-at-Home” Time
  • Chew, Tug, and Catnip Toys Most Popular Choices
  • Table 3-2 Types of Dog and Cat Toys Purchased, 2018 (percent of dog and cat owners and number toys purchased, past 12 months)
  • Chew Toys
  • Illustration 3-1 Mammoth Extra Fresh and TireBiterII Chew
  • Illustration 3-2 Benebone Zaggler Chew Toys
  • Illustration 3-3 Caitec Hero Yoga Dogz Toys
  • Illustration 3-4 TropiClean Fresh Breath Fresh N’ Fun Chew Toy
  • Illustration 3-5 Bullibone SuperBrush Chew Toy
  • Illustration 3-6 Ethical Products Play Strong Scent-Sations
  • Tug Toys
  • Illustration 3-7 Ruffwear Pacific Loop Toy
  • Illustration 3-8 P.L.A.Y. ZoomieRex FantasTug
  • Illustration 3-9 BIG Tether Tug
  • Fetch Toys
  • Illustration 3-10 DOOG Fetchables
  • Illustration 3-11 Tall Tails Fetch Balls
  • Illustration 3-12 Petmate Chuckit! Fetch & Fold
  • Illustration 3-13 Hyper Pet K-9 Kannon and K-9 Kannon Mini
  • Illustration 3-14 Kurgo Skipping Stones
  • Plush Toys
  • Illustration 3-15 West Paw Rowdies with HardyTex
  • Illustration 3-16 Cycle Dog Zombie Wacky Tubeman
  • Illustration 3-17 P.L.A.Y. Barking Brunch Collection
  • Illustration 3-18 Kittybelles by Huxley & Kent Cat Toys
  • Puzzle/Stimulation Toys
  • Illustration 3-19 West Paw Rumbl Puzzle Toy
  • Illustration 3-20 Outward Hound Buggin Out Puzzle & Play
  • Tech Toys
  • Illustration 3-21 PlayDate Remote-Controlled Smart Ball
  • Illustration 3-22 PetSafe Play Away Timed Toy Box
  • Cat Toys
  • Illustration 3-23 Vee Enterprises Cat Wands
  • Illustration 3-24 Primetime Petz Hauspanther Toys
  • Illustration 3-25 Scratch Play Meow’s ScratchLadder
  • Illustration 3-26 PetRageous Designs Kool Fish Corrugated Scratcher
  • Illustration 3-27 Kitty Cardboard Meow York Box

CHAPTER 4: COLLARS, LEASHES, AND HARNESSES

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • U.S. Retail Sales Chalk Up Steady Gains
  • Table 4-1 Retail Sales of Collars, Leashes, and Harnesses, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 4-1 Share of Collars, Leashes, and Harnesses Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Marketer Overview
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Collars/Leashes/Harnesses in Demand as More Pets Accompany Owners
  • Illustration 4-1 Kurgo Website Landing Page
  • Nylon, Cloth Collars Most Widely Owned Type
  • Table 4-2 Ownership of Collars by Type, 2018 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Regular Leashes Still Most Popular
  • Table 4-3 Ownership of Leashes by Type, 2018 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • No-Pull/Training Products
  • Petco Removes “Shock” Collars from Training Offerings
  • Illustration 4-2 Petco Shock Collar Announcement
  • Training/No-Pull New Products
  • Illustration 4-3 2 Hounds Designs Freedom No-Pull Harness
  • Illustration 4-4 FearLess Pet Walk Star Training Collar
  • Illustration 4-5 EzyDog Crosscheck Harness
  • Illustration 4-6 EzyDog Road Runner Lite Leash
  • Illustration 4-7 Sporn Ultimate Control Harness
  • Outdoor Gear
  • Illustration 4-8 Headlight Harness
  • Illustration 4-9 Coastal Pet K9 Explorer Front-Connect Harness
  • Illustration 4-10 Kurgo Walk About Collars, Reins, and Lead
  • Illustration 4-11 Ruffwear Omnijore Joring System
  • Health and Wellness Products
  • Illustration 4-12 Walkin’ Pets vertebraVe Back Support System
  • Illustration 4-13 Walkabout Harnesses Airlift One Combination Harness
  • Illustration 4-14 Ikaria PetScent Aromatherapy Clip
  • Stylish/Decorative
  • Illustration 4-15 WAUDOG NASA Collar
  • Illustration 4-16 Trade Ad for OmniPet’s LUXE Leather Collar
  • Illustration 4-17 EzyDog Oxford Leather Collar and Leash
  • Illustration 4-18 Wildebeeste Turquoise Dog Collection
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Cat Collars, Leashes, and Harnesses
  • Illustration 4-19 Crazy K Farm Kitty Holster
  • Illustration 4-20 PetSafe In-Ground Cat Fence
  • Illustration 4-21 Made by Cleo Velvet Bow Ties and Collars
  • Illustration 4-22 Lupine Pet MicroBatch Cat Collar Designs
  • Pet Tracking, Monitoring, and More
  • Illustration 4-23 Fi Smart Collar
  • Illustration 4-24 AKC Link Plus Sport

CHAPTER 5: BEDS

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • U.S. Retail Sales Post Healthy Growth
  • Table 5-1 Retail Sales of Dog and Cat Beds, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 5-1 Share of Pet Bed Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Marketer Overview
  • Pet Beds Market Highly Consolidated
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Function and Fashion
  • Covered/Cup Beds
  • Illustration 5-1 Dharma Dog Karma Cat Cave Bed
  • Illustration 5-2 Prevue Pet Products Pet Ottoman
  • Illustration 5-3 Armarkat Teepee Cat Bed
  • Illustration 5-4 P.L.A.Y. Snuggle Bed
  • Designer/Décor Beds
  • Illustration 5-5 Scruffs Velvet Bed Collection
  • Illustration 5-6 Baylee Nasco Luxury Lounge Bed
  • Illustration 5-7 MidWest Homes for Pets QuietTime Couture Pet Bed
  • Illustration 5-8 Club Nine Soho Pet Bed
  • Mats, Pillows, and Rugs
  • Illustration 5-9 West Paw Big Sky Nap Mat
  • Illustration 5-10 The Dog Pillow Company Willow the Husky
  • Illustration 5-11 Walking Palm Animal-Shape Pet Rugs
  • Functional Beds
  • Illustration 5-12 Sleep Science and Purple Pet Bed Websites
  • Illustration 5-13 P.L.A.Y. Scout & About Outdoor Tent and Chill Pad
  • Illustration 5-14 Big Barker Orthopedic Dog Bed
  • Illustration 5-15 Brindle Pet Products Orthopedic Dog Bed
  • Illustration 5-16 Ruffwear Highlands Dog Sleeping Bag
  • Illustration 5-17 Kurgo TaGo Travel Bed
  • Licensed Beds
  • Illustration 5-18 Petmate La-Z-Boy Tucker Sofa Pet Bed
  • Illustration 5-19 Tractor Supply Co. MuttNation High Back Box Bed
  • Illustration 5-20 Pendleton Grand Canyon National Park Comfort Cushion
  • Illustration 5-21 Nap Cap Cubs Baseball Bed

CHAPTER 6: CARRIERS, CRATES, AND HOUSING

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • U.S. Retail Sales Post Steady Growth
  • Table 6-1 Retail Sales of Carriers, Crates, and Housing, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 6-1 Share of Pet Carriers/Crates/Housing Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Marketer Overview
  • Market Leaders
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Pet Comfort, Portability Among the Top Appeals
  • Illustration 6-1 Petmate Kennel Trade Ad
  • Carriers
  • Illustration 6-2 Prefer Pets Pet Backpack XL
  • Illustration 6-3 The Poco Pet Ultralight Pet Carrier
  • Illustration 6-4 Outward Hound Pet Tour Carrier
  • Illustration 6-5 Kurgo K9 Rucksack
  • Illustration 6-6 K9 Sport Sack AIR 2
  • Cat Containment
  • Illustration 6-7 Jackson Galaxy Convertible Cat Backpack
  • Illustration 6-8 Van Ness Calm Carrier
  • Illustration 6-9 Bergan Panoramic Cat Carrier
  • Pet Doors and Gates
  • Illustration 6-10 PetSafe Extreme Weather Aluminum Pet Door
  • Illustration 6-11 Pets Stop Emperors Ring Doorway Gate
  • Illustration 6-12 Primetime Petz Safety Mate Gate
  • Strollers
  • Illustration 6-13 Petmate Gen7Pets Pathfinder Jogger Stroller
  • Illustration 6-14 Petique Pets and Pets Double Decker Pet Stroller
  • Crates and Kennels
  • Figure 6-2 Where Dogs Are Kept, 2020 (percent of dog owners)
  • Illustration 6-15 Diggs Pet Revol Instagram Post
  • Illustration 6-16 Petmate 2-Door Top Load Kennel
  • Illustration 6-17 Pet Gazebo
  • Travel Products Offer Security on the Go
  • Illustration 6-18 Petique Happy Camper Pet Carrier
  • Illustration 6-19 PetSafe Happy Ride Booster Seat
  • Illustration 6-20 Coastal Pet Products Bergan Auto Hammock

CHAPTER 7: BOWLS, FEEDERS, AND WATERERS

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • U.S. Retail Sales Post Steady Growth
  • Table 7-1 Retail Sales of Bowls, Feeders, and Waterers, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 7-1 Share of Bowls/Feeders/Waterers Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Marketer Overview
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Pet Owners Choose Stylish and Solution-Based Feeders
  • Table 7-2 Ownership of Bowls/Feeders/Waterers by Type, 2018 (percent of dog and cat owners)
  • Designer Bowls
  • Illustration 7-1 Park Life Designs Berlin Pet Bowl
  • Illustration 7-2 PetRageous Designs Stoneware Pet Bowls
  • Illustration 7-3 New Age Pet Small Piedmont Diner
  • Illustration 7-4 Orvis Natural Edge Dog Feeder
  • Illustration 7-5 Fetch for Pets Jonathan Adler Now House Pet Bowls
  • Functional Feeders/Waterers
  • Illustration 7-6 Outward Hound Nina Ottosson Wobble Bowl
  • Illustration 7-7 Starmark Roulette Wheel Feeder
  • Illustration 7-8 Zippy Paws Happy Bowls
  • Illustration 7-9 Davro Design Gripperz Pet Bowl
  • Illustration 7-10 Hownd Hero Bowl
  • Illustration 7-11 PetSafe Drinkwell Butterfly Pet Fountain
  • Smart Feeders and Waterers
  • Illustration 7-12 ctopreviews.com’s “Top 10 Best Automatic Dog and Cat Feeders”
  • Illustration 7-13 Sure Petcare Microchip Pet Feeder Connect
  • Travel Feeders/Waterers
  • Illustration 7-14 AutoDogMug PURE
  • Illustration 7-15 RadDog Collapsible Bowl
  • Illustration 7-16 Lowcountry Pet Specialties Mobowl

CHAPTER 8: APPAREL AND FASHION ACCESSORIES

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • Retail Sales Edge Upward
  • Table 8-1 Retail Sales of Apparel and Fashion Accessories, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars
  • and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 8-1 Share of Apparel and Fashion Accessories Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Marketer Overview
  • Illustration 8-1 Marvel Avengers Captain Marvel Costume from Petco
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Merging Function and Fashion
  • Illustration 8-2 Chewy.com Apparel Banner Ads
  • Functional Apparel
  • Illustration 8-3 Saltsox and Lavasox
  • Illustration 8-4 Muttluks Deluxe and MuttSlouchers
  • Illustration 8-5 Poochy Pawz City Paws and City Wear Bandana
  • Illustration 8-6 Stay Warm Apparel Rechargeable Waterproof Heated Dog Vest
  • Illustration 8-7 Ethical Pet Harness Coat
  • Illustration 8-8 Walkin’ Petz Walkin’ Hip-EEZ Support System
  • Illustration 8-9 Ruff and Tumble Dog Drying Coat
  • Illustration 8-10 Kurgo Stowe Base Layer
  • Illustration 8-11 EzyDog DFD X2 Boost Dog Life Vest
  • Illustration 8-12 Ruffina NYC’s Bood Apparel
  • Fashion-Focused Apparel
  • Illustration 8-13 Sam & Nala Matching Face Mask and Bandana Set
  • Illustration 8-14 Fresh Pawz Pucci Hoodie
  • Illustration 8-15 Sebastian Says Faux-Leather Piñatex Dog Coat
  • Illustration 8-16 Orvis Waxed Cotton Dog Jacket
  • Illustration 8-17 Royal Animals NYC Collection
  • Illustration 8-18 Fetch for Pets Scoob Costume
  • Illustration 8-19 Doggles ILS Sunglasses

CHAPTER 9: LITTER BOXES AND ACCESSORIES

  • CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS
  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • Retail Sales on the Rise
  • Table 9-1 Retail Sales of Litter Boxes and Accessories, 2015, 2020P, and 2024P (million dollars and percent)
  • Shares by Retail Channel
  • Figure 9-1 Share of Litter Boxes and Accessories Sales by Channel, 2020P
  • Marketer Overview
  • Litter Box and Litter Box Accessories Marketers
  • MARKETING AND NEW PRODUCT TRENDS
  • Performance and Convenience Are the Watchwords
  • Traditional Litter Boxes and Accessories
  • Illustration 9-1 Tuft + Paw Cove Litter Box
  • Illustration 9-2 Moderna Mega Smart Litter Box
  • Illustration 9-3 Cateco Odor-Proof Litter Box
  • Illustration 9-4 Porta-Pawty Travel Litter Box
  • Illustration 9-5 Red Rocket kitty TWIST’R Litter Disposal System
  • Illustration 9-6 Fresh Kitty Grate Litter Mat
  • Illustration 9-7 Messy Cats Silicone Litter Mat
  • Self-Cleaning and Smart Litter Boxes
  • Illustration 9-8 PetSafe ScoopFree Covered Self-Cleaning Litter Box, 2nd Edition
  • Illustration 9-9 PurrSong LavvieBot S Automatic Litter Box with App
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