How pet parents spent their money on Valentine's Day
Total Valentine’s Day gift spending in the US is expected to reach a record of $14.2 billion today.
From £200m to £500m in sales: Inspired Pet Nutrition’s ambitions
The British pet food manufacturer, which is celebrating 100 years in the business, wants to become a top player in the country.
What’s in store for vegan pet food in 2024?
The vegan pet food sector is witnessing a host of new brands and innovations. So what’s driving this trend? Is there a case for flexitarian pets? And how can manufacturers win against conventional meat brands?
Raising standards in UK animal training and behavior services
Pet owners are increasingly seeking ways of assessing the competence of those who offer their services as an animal ‘trainer’ or ‘behaviorist’.
2024: looking back but moving forward
After an eventful 2023 worldwide, pet businesses and experts in the field are now looking to the future – but with caution.
Fresh intel on the UK pet market
UK pet owners remain largely brand-loyal, are increasingly buying fresh and raw pet food, and are becoming more open to subscription models.
The acquisitions driving the pet industry forward
As 2024 starts to take shape, what will be the impact of some of the sizeable investments in different parts of the sector and the globe last year?
Certification is much more than a quality label
As certification schemes become more popular in many industries, experts in the field decode the value of these credentials for the pet sector.
The pet supplement market: trends and expectations
Mirroring similar developments in human health, supplements for pets are moving towards achieving wellness and longevity rather than combating specific ailments.
Present and future of the equine industry
Despite it being a $100-billion industry, there is still a lack of awareness about the equestrian business sector across Europe. So, how are things changing?
Major corporations are expanding their horizons and moving into the pet care space
The pet industry is appealing to more and more companies that want to grow their stake in an attractive and rapidly evolving sector.
The importance of clinical governance in the vet sector
GlobalPETS learns how UK-based vet providers CVS and Pets at Home are implementing changes to improve the quality of the services they provide.
Consumer preference for quality pet food hasn’t diminished despite inflation
A recent survey reveals that while most pet parents felt the inflationary hike, only 1 in 6 switched to cheaper brands. The rest continued to prioritize quality, nutrition and health benefits over price.
1.5 million UK owners are ‘seriously worried’ about meeting their cats’ needs
A recent survey highlights the impact of the cost-of-living crisis and the inflationary environment on the expenditure level. GlobalPETS learns more.
UK and US officials highlight the potential of pet food in South Korea
Both countries believe the market offers exciting business opportunities for pet firms.
Pets at Home closes Q3 with “below expectation” retail growth
The British pet retailer will focus on driving accessory sales to increase its 3.5% revenue growth in FY 2024.
GPF 2024: present and future of the pet industry
More than 300 insiders gathered in Venice to share their knowledge, experiences and key insights on opportunities for pet businesses.
A new round of appointments in the pet industry
Zooplus, TasFoods, Bella & Duke, ADM and Crespel & Deiters have recently announced changes in their management teams.
Diving into the fiscal year-end finances of pet firms
While inflation and less consumer spending have resulted in some players trading down their yearly guidance, others are optimistic. GlobalPETS learns more.
Vets raise concerns about XL Bully dog ban in the UK
They warn that veterinary capacity might be insufficient to treat or euthanize the animals.