APPA Press Releases : spending

APPA Press Releases : spending

Pet Industry Grows More Than 5% in 2009 and Anticipates Nearly 5% Growth Again This Year
The American Pet Products Association APPA just released the annual comprehensive review of spending data and reports which shows overall spending in the pet industry including food supplies veterinary care live animal purchases and other services such as grooming boarding and pet sitting grew by 5 4 from 43 billion dollars in 2008 to a little over 45 billion dollars in 2009 with no declines in any category from 2007

Pet Industry Spending Expected to Exceed $50 Billion in 2011
Pet owners are buying more than bare necessities when it comes to their pets In fact according to the industrys leading trade associations spending figures they are willing to pay almost any price when it comes to caring for their pets

Pet Owners are Estimated to Spend More Than $55 Billion on Their Pets in 2013
The American Pet Products Association (APPA) announces a 4.7 percent growth over last year and forecasts higher-than-ever spending in 2013

Pet Spending Higher Than Ever with an Estimated $58.5 Billion in Spending in 2014
The American Pet Products Association APPA estimates a 4.9 percent growth over last years $55.72 billion

Pet Industry Spending at All-time High
The American Pet Products Association (APPA) Releases Annual Industry-Wide Spending Figures

Survey Says: More Owners are Buying Toys for their Dogs
According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA) 2015-2016 National Pet Owners Survey, dog toy purchases are up, from 67 percent to 70 percent of owners.

Pet Industry Spending at All-Time High: Up $6 Billion
The American Pet Products Association (APPA) Releases Annual Industry-Wide Spending Figures

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