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Market Research on Dog Food

Euromonitor International publishes the world's most comprehensive market research on dog food within the pet care market. We provide data and analysis on everything from total market sizes, market shares and industry trends to specific sub-category level information, including:

Related to this market: luxury goods, retailing, personal care and consumer electronics, health and wellness products, nutrition, ingredients, institutional channels, hot drinks, soft drinks, dairy drinks, tobacco and packaged food.

In addition we can provide in-depth data and statistics on: consumer lifestyles, income and expenditure, population, cities, households, the digital consumer, economy, finance and trade.

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Global Briefing

Pet Care Global Overview 2015 and the Future Ahead

This report draws a global picture of the pet care industry at the end of 2015, analysing which categories are growing faster and which are the new hotspots in the face of the recent slowdown in emerging markets. This briefing provides a global and ...

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Pet Care Packaging: Assessing Key Opportunities for Growth and Innovation

Global packaging demand in dog and cat food is on track for more growth to 2019. While packaged goods are increasingly favoured over food leftovers in emerging markets, the mature European and North American regions boast some of the best growth ...

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Country Report

Dog Food in Finland

Based on Euromonitor International provisional estimates, volume growth of dog food sales in Finland will decrease by 1% in 2015 mainly due to the maturity of the category along with the poor performance of dry mid-priced dog food, which is expected ...

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Dog Food in Vietnam

Dog food recorded a good performance in 2015, registering current value growth of 14%. Rising premiumisation in relation to pet dogs in the major cities, such as Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, as well as increasing consumer awareness of packaged dog ...

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Dog Food in Thailand

In 2015, dog food sales recorded current value growth of 12% and volume growth of 9%. Owners were spending more on their dogs where possible and looking for food that could ensure their pets were as healthy as possible.

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Dog Food in Hong Kong, China

2015 saw a continuation of the existing trends from 2014, with positive growth in Hong Kong’s dog population. Consumers are buying more premium dog food products, in line with increasing disposable income levels. Dogs are regarded like a best friend ...

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Dog Food in the United Arab Emirates

In 2015, dog food is expected to post current value growth of 14% and volume growth of 6%. Although this is a healthy growth rate there is a mitigating factor that might have an impact on dog food sales. The number of houses in the country is much ...

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Dog Food in South Korea

Dry dog food has been stagnant in volume terms due to demand saturation. The growth is slowing down also because the dog population is not showing noticeable increase, below 1% each year for the three consecutive years from 2013 to 2015. Despite the ...

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Online Pet Care: Where Are We Headed ?

Internet retailing is one of the fastest growing channels in pet care but it still accounts for only a small proportion of total pet care. This report examines the performance of pet care internet retailing and the multi-channel strategies of key ...

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Country Report

Dog Food in Indonesia

Along with overall pet care and the general economy, dog food is set to experience a further slowdown in 2015 to record just 5% volume growth. This is a more moderate slowdown compared to the previous year that witnessed a significant slump in the ...

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Dog Food in Switzerland

The general poor performance of overall dog food during 2014 is predicted to slow down during 2015. The stagnant dog population and the trend towards smaller dogs in Switzerland are trends which are set to further negatively impact overall dog food ...

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Dog Food in the Philippines

Current value sales of dog food grew by 11% to Ps1.8 billion in 2014 compared to 10% growth and value sales of Ps1.6 billion in 2013. Sales have continued to grow due to the increased humanisation of pets as more lower- to middle-class consumers ...

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Dog Food in Portugal

Following 2013 dynamics, demand for smaller breeds’ dog food rose. Modern lifestyles, linked to increasing urbanisation and smaller spaces, was behind this tendency. Best suited to apartments, official statistics show that the popularity of breeds ...

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Dog Food in Mexico

After a volume sales contraction registered in 2014 due to the new VAT imposed on dog food in the year, 2015 is expected to show stability and start recovering. Provisional 2015 estimates predict 3% growth in volume sales of dog food. Although ...

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Dog Food in Saudi Arabia

Dog food is expected to witness healthy growth in 2015, posting current value growth of 5% following a massive decline in 2013 and 2014, mainly as a result of regulatory issues concerning ingredients and customs guidelines. While leading ...

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Dog Food in Egypt

Retail value and volume growth in dog food slowed down in 2015 compared to the previous year, whilst still being strong; volume sales rose by 7% and current value sales were up by 15%. This sustained high growth is due to price increases that ...

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Dog Food in the Netherlands

Dog ownership in the Netherlands remained stable during the review period. This spurred the healthy performance of dog food in all categories. Dry dog food remained a favourite with most Dutch pet owners recording higher volume growth than wet food ...

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Dog Food in Belgium

2015 started to show signs of continuity from 2014. The dog population is set to continue to slightly decrease overall, whilst the number small breeds is expected to increase. The shift towards small breeds is strictly related to increasing ...

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Dog Food in Ireland

Based on provisional estimates, dog food is expected to register current value growth of 1% in 2015 to reach total value sales of €85 million. Similarly to recent years, the strongest performing categories are expected to be economy dog food and ...

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Dog Food in Hungary

Even though trends show some fragmentation of growth performances compared to the review period, economy dog food is expected to be the main boost behind dog food. The consumption structure of dog food is expected to stay in favour of private label, ...

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Dog Food in Australia

The continued premiumisation and humanisation of the dog food industry dominated in 2015. As owners became increasingly educated regarding the importance of a comprehensive diet ensuring a long and healthy life for their canine companions, they ...

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Dog Food in Japan

Total expenditure of calories by dogs continued to fall in 2013, which was due to a decline in the dog population and a preference for small breeds. The number of pet dogs in Japan continued to fall amid growing urbanisation and an increase in the ...

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Dog Food in Romania

Economic growth and the recovery of incomes in large urban areas will support the dynamics of dog food in 2015. In 2014 the category witnessed the beginning of dog registration and the implementation of chips, a process that will end in 2015 and is ...

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Dog Food in Austria

Dog food was remarkably unaffected by the moderate economy in Austria as demand was driven by growth in the population of dogs and the increasing use of prepared food products. Strong demand for premium brands and products with special benefits and ...

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Dog Food in Germany

As the role of dogs in German society continues to evolve from mere guard dogs and companions to helpers and co-workers in some cases, so consumer demand for more sophisticated products also continues to increase. Pet owners are placing even more ...

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Dog Food in Turkey

Over the course of 2015, dog food is expected to record a better performance than 2014, registering 12% current value growth. The main factors behind this improved performance are increasing dog ownership due to the growing need for companionship ...

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Dog Food in Greece

Provisional estimates for 2015 suggest that both volume and value growth will be negative in dog food. The anticipated volume decline in dog food is expected be low at 1% and can be attributed to the decline in the number of pet dogs in Greece. The ...

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Dog Food in Morocco

The growing number of pet shops in Morocco, such as Animal Planet, Pets Food and Animalerie de l’Oasis, is allowing a large number of dog food operators, such as Mars Morocco, Nestlé France and Petland Maroc, to be in direct contact with a large ...

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Dog Food in Israel

In 2015 there is expected to be continuity in the health and wellness trend in dog food. Health and wellness trends which began in the past are becoming more pronounced with each passing year. Consumers are generally moving toward foods which contain...

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Dog Food in Singapore

The premiumisation trend continued to bolster retail value sales growth in 2015, alongside volume sales increases and a growing pet dog population. The demand for high-quality dog food due to the higher standard of living of owners has seen a shift ...

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Dog Food in Taiwan

The uptake of trends was becoming increasingly more nationwide in 2014. Dogs were becoming more valued members of the family all over Taiwan. The distinction of dog food purchasing habits between Taipei and northern Taiwan on one hand and southern ...

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Dog Food in China

Both international and domestic players recorded buoyant growth within dog food in 2014, mainly because of the performance of new products within premium dog food that were in line with the health and wellness trend. Growth was also due to the rapid ...

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Dog Food in Malaysia

Pet humanisation in Malaysia gained greater significance at the end of the review period; as more consumers perceived a dog to be a lifelong companion due to late marriage plans and hectic work schedules. Therefore, this trend further drove dog food ...

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Dog Food in Bulgaria

Vets are playing a key role in the shift from non-prepared to prepared food in Bulgaria, while also encouraging a growing focus on nutrition among those who feed their dogs prepared food. Urban consumers increasingly value vets' advice and seek ...

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Dog Food in Argentina

In 2014, dog food returned to positive volume growth after decline of 1% the previous year. The category recovered thanks to the steady increase in pet ownership and a cultural change that occurred in relation to animal care. The dog is considered ...

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Dog Food in Russia

Based on provisional estimates, retail volume sales of dog food are expected to decline by 4% in 2015. The decline will be a result of the worsening economic situation in the country. However, value growth is expected to be on the level of 11% in ...

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Dog Food in Norway

Premiumisation was the most important factor affecting the category of dog food in Norway in 2014. An increasing number of Norwegian consumers continued to spend larger proportions of their incomes on their dogs, as these pets gained increasing ...

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Dog Food in Ukraine

Dog food in Ukraine declined in volume by 4% during 2015. This is due to the increase in the cost of living of Ukrainians. They still consider their dogs as members of their families, but they will constantly look for ways to economise. For example, ...

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Dog Food in Italy

In 2015, dog food suffered a decline of 2% in volume terms to 324,000 tonnes. This was due to the fact that Italians are increasingly keeping smaller dogs which need less food. Nevertheless, a 2% increase in average unit price resulted in value sales...

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Dog Food in South Africa

Consumer spending power continues to be eroded by the ever escalating cost of living in South Africa. Electricity and fuel costs are set to remain the most common cost drivers affecting the overall spending of consumers. Customers are reported to be ...

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Dog Food in Venezuela

Information about the benefits of prepared dog food is widely available and the pet humanisation trend is seen in many families in 2015. Concern about abandoned dogs is increasing and people are showing greater interest in their health and wellness. ...

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Dog Food in Colombia

Over the course of 2015, growth should continue as there is still much potential for packaged dog food, because it is estimated that 75% of dog owners still feed their pets with home-made food and leftovers. Additionally, the dog population in ...

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Dog Food in Peru

In 2014, Peru still ranked as the country with the lowest per capita consumption of dog food in volume terms in the Latin American region. The percentage of dogs fed with prepared food in 2014 reached 25% of the total population of dogs in the ...

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Dog Food in Canada

Based on provisional estimates, dog food volume sales in Canada will grow by 2% while value sales will advance by 4% in 2015. Although the dog population has been stagnant, the dog food category has grown steadily as pet owners are paying more ...

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Dog Food in the United Kingdom

The main trend impacting dog food in 2015 is expected to be an ongoing shift towards smaller dogs and a shift towards single-dog households. With many consumers living alone or in couples, a single small dog is viewed as offering companionship but ...

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Dog Food in India

Dog food is expected to evolve further towards premiumisation in 2015. Lifecycle and breed-specific food, functional food, human-grade-ingredient-based foods and vegetarian food for vegetarian pet owners are a few segments expected to gain in ...

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Dog Food in Chile

Dog food volume and value sales growth in 2014 was in line with that of the previous year and the respective CAGRs for the review period. The positive development was due to the organic growth of Chile’s pet dog population and an increasing awareness...

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Dog Food in the Czech Republic

The main trend that shaped dog food in 2014 was growing emphasis on quality. More owners are willing to pay extra for quality dog food as they are increasingly aware of the connection between nourishment and health of dogs. Owners are increasingly ...

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Dog Food in Denmark

All indications are that 2015 will reveal the same trend in declining volume sales and stagnant to slightly increasing value sales as seen in 2014. Small dogs have become trendy in Denmark, especially amongst urban households, which are down to ...

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Dog Food in Spain

An increasing preference towards mini dog breed was observed during 2014. This contributed to the decline in dog food by 5% in volume terms as this kind of dog needs less food. In fact, small size dogs are easily adaptable to Spanish daily life and ...

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