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The Ins and Outs of Global Pet Care

Pet care in 2013 shows a world at different paces: developed and emerging markets grow at different paces and entail different opportunities. Retail prospects remain strong, as urbanisation continues, disposable incomes rise, and more consumers turn ...

Nov 2013 | US$1,200 | Pages: 43 | Add to cart | View details

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Cat Food in Bulgaria

The cat population in Bulgaria is set to stand at 785,000 in 2013, with the total number of cats increasing by 9,000 since the beginning of the review period. Cats are increasingly preferred as pets because they are easier to keep than dogs. The ...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 30 | Add to cart | View details

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Dog Food in Bulgaria

The healthy performance of dog food came as a result of the desire on the part of more dog owners to feed their dogs with specially prepared packaged dog food. Prepared dog food is set to reach 11% of total consumption in 2012 – the highest in the ...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 32 | Add to cart | View details

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Other Pet Food in Bulgaria

In 2013 the other pets population is estimated to be 640,000 animals, the third largest after cats and dogs. The number of other pets has been gradually decreasing, down by 7,000 since the beginning of the review period. The number of other pets ...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Care in Bulgaria

The uninterrupted growth of pet care products will continue in 2013, and the category will record a current value increase set to exceed the CAGR recorded during the whole review period in current value terms. This excellent result is due to the ...

Nov 2013 | US$1,900 | Pages: 57 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Products in Bulgaria

The pet population in Bulgaria is set to reach 2,172,200 in 2013, after recording a marginal decline of 430 since 2012. The relatively stable numbers of pets in the country were a supporting factor in the development of pet products, because owners ...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Care in Vietnam

In 2013, one of the major reasons for the value growth of pet care products will be the increasing demand for companionship. As modern life gets busier and faster-paced and more people are living alone to focus on their career, the level of stress ...

Nov 2013 | US$1,900 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

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Dog Food in Vietnam

In 2013, sales of dog food in Vietnam will continue to grow strongly thanks to several reasons. The first reason is the large increase in the number of rare and expensive dogs imported to Vietnam in 2012 for many purposes, such as for keeping as pets...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 22 | Add to cart | View details

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Cat Food in Vietnam

Cat food in 2013 is forecast to grow by 18% in value terms due to the rising demand for cat food as well as the increasing trend of adopting cats in Vietnam. Increasingly busy lifestyles make people need more companionship than before, and cats are a...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 21 | Add to cart | View details

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Other Pet Food in Vietnam

Towards the end of the review period, pet ownership of fish, birds and small mammals such as rabbits, hedgehogs and hamsters continues to increase in line with the rising demand for companionship as a result of increasingly busy and stressful modern ...

Nov 2013 | US$900 | Pages: 22 | Add to cart | View details
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