You bought what for the dog?!!
I love my dog more than anyone in the world. I really do! My loved ones know this, because I tell my dog in front of them.
If you think that’s weird then you either don’t have a dog or don’t admit it!
Arguably, there are two markets that will never decline. Confectionary and Baby. But is there now another category to add to this list? Petcare?
Now I am not comparing my dog to your baby, but…
Parents will only buy the best food for their little ones. When you go down the baby isle in the supermarket there has been little call for Value brand baby food.
Because parents won’t compromise on their child’s nutrition.
Trends show that pet owners (pet parents) are starting to shop in the same way.
Being a devoted pet owner myself, I know that if I see something that is going to look after my Larry, health, appearance, comfort wise, he is getting it. The miniature doggy sofa and doggy prosecco was maybe a step too far though… and my Instagram is full of Larry snaps!
Anyway, this article talks about the rise in how much owners are spending on their dogs and cats due to the rise in social media accounts for our furry companions - Which is great for the industry of course.
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Promise I won’t talk about my dog… for too long.
Pet owners in the UK seeking social media fame for their animals have triggered a surge in sales of pet accessories in the last year, new research from Argos claims. The retail giant has revealed that sales of premium pet grooming products have increased by 163% compared to the same period last year.