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January 3, 2013

More Product Innovation in the Canadian Pet Care Market

Svetlana Uduslivaia, Senior Research Analyst for Canada continues her discussion of her findings at the Canadian Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council annual trade show. Due to a new pilot program in Canada, it is now easier for manufacturers of pet dietary supplements to put their products on store shelves. New supplements are making their way in Canadian marketplace, focusing on healthy skin, joints, and other specific areas for pets. Uduslivaia discusses several more key findings of the trade show, including pet apparel and green items.

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