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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.

As well as: business dynamics and commercial industrial supply chains.


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Country Report

Dog Food in Spain

With the explosive economic development that took place in Spain up until 2009, Spanish cities began to grow with the building of new suburban housing developments. The importance of these new suburban units resulted in the growth in the size of ...

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Dog Food in Vietnam

In Vietnam, dog food is expected to record healthy growth of 17% in current value term in 2016. This good performance is mainly being supported by the premiumisation trend in pet dogs, rising consumer awareness for packaged dog food and an expected ...

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Dog Food in Singapore

As Economies and Consumer research suggests, pet humanisation trends are expected to continue to permeate dog food in a significant way in 2016. As the number of single-person households grew alongside the number of dual-income earning households ...

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Dog Food in Taiwan

Value sales of dog food stood at NT$11.7 billion in 2015. The category grew by 6% in current value terms, although this was a slightly slower rate than the CAGR seen over the review period. Dog food grew by 3% in volume terms in 2015 which was in ...

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Dog Food in Saudi Arabia

Dog food is expected to record a positive current value growth of 5% in 2016, after 2015 saw the category recovered following the massive ?declines in sales seen during 2013 and 2014, mainly as a result of regulatory issues concerning the ingredients...

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Dog Food in Thailand

The main trends impacting dog food in 2016 are expected to be the increasing popularity of smaller-sized dogs and growth of single-person households, as small dogs are perceived as suitable pets for people living in a flat or accommodation with ...

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Dog Food in Turkey

In 2016, the volume growth in dog food is expected to be only marginally higher than the volume growth of 4% in 2015. The increasing number of new product developments and the higher demand for premium products will stimulate growth, despite the ...

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Dog Food in the United Arab Emirates

Premium products are expected to gain further share in dog food in 2016, boosted by the humanisation and customisation trends. Consumers in the United Arab Emirates are increasingly conscious about different types of food, and many are looking into ...

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Dog Food in Ukraine

In 2016, volume sales of dog food are set to decline by 8%, although there will be positive current value sales increase of 11%. The volume decline in dog food is attributed to the decline in the number of pet dogs in Ukraine and fewer purchases of ...

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Dog Food in South Africa

The economic climate in South Africa is constrained, with commodity costs such as electricity and fuel on the rise. The added pressure of the worst drought in 23 years, as well as the rapidly depreciating rand, resulted in price increases across the ...

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Dog Food in Bulgaria

The increase in spending per capita and growing interest of premium and specialised dog food from 2015 will also continue in 2016. More and more pet owners will try to provide their dogs with the best products on the market to keep them in good ...

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Dog Food in Switzerland

The value decline observed in dog food in 2016 replicated the decline registered in 2015. The preference of Swiss consumers for small dogs which require less food negatively impacted demand for dog food. In addition, the maturity of products, ...

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Dog Food in Chile

The masstige trend is expected to continue in dog food in 2016. For instance, the dog treats offer is being developed to include new products, wet varieties and new flavours while the health and wellness trend is set to emerge with, for example, ...

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Dog Food in the Philippines

Over the review period, pet care in the Philippines remained small and expenditure on industrially prepared food was low. No significant shifts are expected to occur in dog food in 2016. However, developments that could potentially affect pet ...

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Dog Food in Poland

Dog food is expected to register a retail value CAGR of 6% in 2016 to reach PLN1.3 billion, driven by ongoing demand for premium products to maintain the health and wellbeing of pets. That trend towards premiumisation of products influenced dog food ...

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Dog Food in Argentina

In 2016 it is expected that the demand for dog food will recover after the decline in volume recorded in 2015. Particularly, there is expected a second dynamic semester after a first semester marked by significant changes in the economy that will ...

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Dog Food in Australia

Premiumisation and humanisation continued to be the key trends that influenced the dog food category in 2015. These interrelated trends are expected to remain active in 2016, with the emphasis on health and wellness continuing to grow. The trends ...

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Dog Food in Germany

Even though the dog population in Germany remains fairly stable, and significantly smaller than the cat population, products for dogs continue to register growth in volume and value sales. In particular, dog food which offers additional functions and...

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Dog Food in China

The growing dog population and the trading-up trend continue to fuel sales of dog food in China. The dog population grew by 1% in 2015, which was faster than the rate in 2014 and resulted in more households owning a dog and an ever-growing ...

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Dog Food in Colombia

Dog food registered retail volume growth of 8% in 2015, moved by strong penetration in middle-income segments. Consumers in this group continued to migrate from homemade food towards pet food products due to hectic lifestyles. The Colombian ...

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Dog Food in the Czech Republic

Pet owners continue to focus on the quality of the dog food they buy for their pets. More owners are willing to pay extra for quality dog food as they are increasingly aware of the association between nourishment and the health of their dogs. This ...

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Dog Food in Denmark

The humanisation of pets has continued to play a role in shaping dog food growth and as a means of adding a premium to price points in 2016. An example of this was the organisation of a Christmas party for dogs by the retailer Maxi Zoo in December ...

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Dog Food in Greece

Sales are not anticipated to recover in 2016 as the situation within the country is still volatile both in the economic and political landscape, with consumer confidence remaining very low as a result. In this context dog food is estimated to decline...

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Dog Food in Hong Kong, China

Robust growth in the overall dog population continued into 2015, and a relatively stronger increase in small and medium dogs could be observed. Examples of popular small and medium dogs in Hong Kong, China include miniature schnauzers, standard ...

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Dog Food in Hungary

Rising income levels and developing pet-keeping habits will continue to determine the main trends in Hungarian dog food in 2016. Dry dog food will remain as the leading type, although wet dog food will continue to benefit from the success of ...

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Dog Food in Indonesia

In 2016, the popularity of dog food is set to improve further, mostly because more owners feed their dogs with prepared food. Middle-income consumers who previously only fed their dogs with scraps also began to purchase prepared dog food – usually ...

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Dog Food in India

For many pet owners, particularly in urban India, pets are no longer just a companion but are also a statement of prestige and status. Furthermore, the humanisation of pets and owners’ readiness to set aside a good share of their monthly budget for ...

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Dog Food in Italy

Pet humanisation is not a new trend in Italy, with dog owners often treating their animals like children. While in recent years this trend was clearly visible in the type of accessories and lifestyle that owners imposed on their pets, in 2015 this ...

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Dog Food in Israel

The variety of super-premium brands and products is far larger than a few years ago; super-premium brands take up significantly more shelf space, bringing them greater consumer exposure. In addition, consumers seek health and wellness products as a ...

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Dog Food in Finland

Based on provisional estimates, dog food is set to record a decline of 1% in 2016, while sales are set to grow by 2% in current terms. The expected decline in volume sales is due to a move towards more-premium food, which promises a complete diet and...

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Dog Food in South Korea

Dry dog food saw volume growth rates slow towards the end of the review period due to increasing saturation and low growth in South Korea’s pet dog population. Despite this, the category recorded current value sales growth of 3% in 2015 thanks to ...

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Dog Food in Morocco

Moroccans have developed a trend towards pet humanisation over the last decade. Dogs are now often perceived like best friends and people tend to provide them a special degree of care. Therefore, the various new brands that entered Morocco over the ...

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Dog Food in Malaysia

Consumers continued to adopt dogs in 2016, increasingly treating dogs as friends for life in line with the rising pet humanisation trend. Additionally, pet societies and welfare organisations like SPCA, Paws Animal Welfare Society and Malaysia ...

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Dog Food in Portugal

The shift towards urban lifestyles and the rising elderly population of Portugal are set to continue reinforcing the already visible trend of people keeping smaller dogs as pets during 2016. This is set to result in a moderate increase in volume ...

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Dog Food in the United Kingdom

In 2016, dog ownership is set to remain at around 24% of households, with small dogs recording growth, although the overall dog population is set to decline by 1%. Single small dogs are considered ideal companions among people who live alone or in ...

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Global Briefing

Premiumisation in The Age of Pet Parenthood

With a growing number of pet owners around the world now referring to themselves as pet “parents”, consumer demand for everything from grain-free and frozen pet food to such products as licensed clothing and smartphone-controlled electronic toys is ...

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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 ...

Dec 2015 | US$1,325 | Add to cart | View details

Global Briefing

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 ...

Dec 2015 | US$1,325 | Add to cart | View details

Global Briefing

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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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 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 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 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 ...

Jul 2015 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details

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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 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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