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August 29, 2012

Pet Humanization Continues to Drive the Global Pet Care Market

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There are many faces to the pet humanization trend, states Paula Flores, Head of Global Petcare Research at Euromonitor. The trend, which observes that more pets are being treated as members of the family, has manifested itself in the growth of products such as premium pet food. However, owners are taking the trends to other levels, with products such as dog houses that are miniature versions of owner's houses, and the first television channel for dogs.

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