Dogs for adoption – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 15:09:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Dogs for adoption – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 Global Veterinary Care Market (2021 to 2028) https://peet-corso.cz/global-veterinary-care-market-2021-to-2028/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 12:33:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/global-veterinary-care-market-2021-to-2028/ Dublin, Jan. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Veterinary Care Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Care Type (Regular, Critical), by Animal Type (Companion, Production), by Region (North America, APAC ) and Segment Forecast, 2021-2028″ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global veterinary care market size is expected to […]]]>

Dublin, Jan. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Veterinary Care Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Care Type (Regular, Critical), by Animal Type (Companion, Production), by Region (North America, APAC ) and Segment Forecast, 2021-2028″ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global veterinary care market size is expected to reach USD 114.4 billion by 2028, registering a CAGR of 5.4% over the forecast period. The growing number of government initiatives aimed at safeguarding food safety is likely to drive the adoption of better veterinary care around the world. A significant rise in the adoption and humanization of pets globally is primarily responsible for the high need for veterinary care, which is driving the growth of the market.

Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in pet adoption. In June 2020, at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles, pet adoptions were double their normal rate, with nearly 10 or 13 adoptions per day. Also, a waiting list had formed for certain types of canines and puppies, as there were so few left. Increased awareness among pet owners for regular checkups of their pets is further boosting the market.

The demand for animal protein is increasing worldwide due to rising per capita income. According to the OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2020-2029 article, growth in meat consumption over the next decade is expected to increase by 12% by 2029. As demand for meat continues to increase increase, the demand for veterinary care is expected to increase rapidly. Key companies in the market are collaborating with animal welfare organizations to encourage awareness and advance veterinary healthcare, which further enhances the growth of the market.

Highlights of the Veterinary Care Market Report

  • Companion animals held the dominant share in the animal type segment owing to rising pet healthcare expenditures and rise in pet adoption

  • The food producing animal segment is expected to register the fastest CAGR during the forecast period owing to the increase in government initiatives aimed at improving the health of livestock

  • Additionally, increasing domestic beef production, consumption and exports are driving the growth of the segment

  • Regular care type for both production and companion animals dominated the global market in 2020 owing to increase in the number of pet owners, government initiatives to prevent various animal diseases and a large number of hospitals and veterinary clinics

Main topics covered:

Chapter 1. Methodology and scope

Chapter 2. Executive Summary

Chapter 3. Market Variables, Trends and Scope
3.1. Market Line Prospects
3.1.1. Parent Market Outlook
3.1.2. Related/auxiliary market outlook
3.2. Mapping of penetration and growth prospects
3.3. Dynamics of the veterinary care market
3.3.1. Market Driver Analysis
3.3.2. Market Restriction Analysis
3.3.3. Analysis of market opportunities
3.3.4. Analysis of market challenges
3.4. Veterinary Care Industry Analysis – Porter’s
3.4.1. Supplier Power
3.4.2. purchasing power
3.4.3. Surrogate Threat
3.4.4. The threat of new entrants
3.4.5. Competitive Rivalry
3.5. Veterinary Care Industry Analysis – PEST
3.5.1. Political and legal landscape
3.5.2. Economic Landscape
3.5.3. Social landscape
3.5.4. Technological landscape
3.6. Regulatory framework

Chapter 4. Impact of COVID-19 on the Veterinary Care Market
4.1. Disease prevalence analysis
4.2. Impact of Covid-19 and future scenario
4.3. Regulatory changes due to Covid-19
4.3.1. Strategies implemented by companies

Chapter 5. Veterinary Care Market: Animal Type Estimates and Trend Analysis
5.1. Animal Type Movement Analysis and Market Share, 2020 & 2028
5.2. Market size and forecast and trend analysis, 2016 to 2028 for the following:
5.2.1. Pet
5.2.1.1 Dogs
5.2.1.2 Cats
5.2.1.3 Equine
5.2.1.4 Others
5.2.2. Production animals

Chapter 6. Veterinary Care Market: Type of Care Estimates and Trend Analysis
6.1. Analysis of type of care movements and market share, 2020 and 2028
6.2. Market size and forecast and trend analysis, 2016 to 2028 for the following:
6.2.1 Pet
6.2.1.1 Regular
6.2.1.2. Emergency
6.2.1.3. Critical
6.2.1.4. Specialized services
6.2.2 Livestock
6.2.2.1 Regular
6.2.2.2. Emergency
6.2.2.3. Critical
6.2.2.4. Specialized services

Chapter 7. Veterinary Care Market: Regional Estimates and Trend Analysis
7.1. Regional movement analysis and market share, 2020 and 2028
7.2. Market share analysis, by region (North America, Europe, Rest of the world)
7.3. Market size and forecast and trend analysis, 2016 to 2028 for the following:
7.3.1. North America
7.3.1.1. we
7.3.1.2. Canada
7.3.2. Europe
7.3.2.1. UK
7.3.2.2. Germany
7.3.2.3. France
7.3.2.4. Italy
7.3.2.5. Spain
7.3.3. Asia Pacific
7.3.3.1. Japan
7.3.3.2. China
7.3.3.3. India
7.3.4. Latin America
7.3.4.1. Brazil
7.3.4.2. Mexico
7.3.5. Middle East and Africa
7.3.5.1. South Africa

Chapter 8. Competitive Analysis
8.1. Categorization of Market Participation
8.2. Competitive Dashboard Analysis
8.3. Public enterprises
8.3.1. Company Market Share / Position Analysis
8.3.2. Heat map analysis
8.4. Private companies
8.4.1. List of key companies

Chapter 9. Competitive Landscape
9.1. Company Profiles
9.1.1. Merck Animal Health
9.1.1.1. Company presentation
9.1.1.2. Financial performance
9.1.1.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.1.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.2. Ceva Animal Health
9.1.2.1. Company presentation
9.1.2.2. Financial performance
9.1.2.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.2.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.3. Zoetis
9.1.3.1. Company presentation
9.1.3.2. Financial performance
9.1.3.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.3.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.4. Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH
9.1.4.1. Company presentation
9.1.4.2. Financial performance
9.1.4.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.4.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.5. Elanco
9.1.5.1. Company presentation
9.1.5.2. Financial performance
9.1.5.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.5.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.6. IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.
9.1.6.1. Company presentation
9.1.6.2. Financial performance
9.1.6.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.6.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.7. Heska Company
9.1.7.1. Company presentation
9.1.7.2. Financial performance
9.1.7.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.7.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.8. Virbac
9.1.8.1. Company presentation
9.1.8.2. Financial performance
9.1.8.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.8.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.9. Vetoquinol SA
9.1.9.1. Company presentation
9.1.9.2. Financial performance
9.1.9.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.9.4. Strategic initiatives
9.1.10. Indian Immunologicals Ltd.
9.1.10.1. Company presentation
9.1.10.2. Financial performance
9.1.10.3. Product Benchmarking
9.1.10.4. Strategic initiatives

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Lake Humane Society Sends Dog Home Forever During Betty White Challenge https://peet-corso.cz/lake-humane-society-sends-dog-home-forever-during-betty-white-challenge/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 22:37:19 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/lake-humane-society-sends-dog-home-forever-during-betty-white-challenge/ MENTOR, Ohio (WJW) — It took five years and a village, but a kind dog finally found his forever home. “It was kind of love at first sight. So it was very exciting,” Cindy Sender, adoption counselor at the Lake Humane Society, told Mentor. She says Spike, a 9-year-old pit bull mix, went through a […]]]>

MENTOR, Ohio (WJW) — It took five years and a village, but a kind dog finally found his forever home.

“It was kind of love at first sight. So it was very exciting,” Cindy Sender, adoption counselor at the Lake Humane Society, told Mentor.

She says Spike, a 9-year-old pit bull mix, went through a traumatic event five years ago that made him a little nervous and made him forget about him by potential adopters.

“His family, their house had unfortunately burned down,” Sender said.

Spike was returned in 2016 and spent more than half his life in a kennel in Youngstown until he came here to human society.

“A lot of the staff, our hearts were just with him, so we took him in and just with, you know, our marketing team, the adoption staff, the care staff, we all worked together and he has found his home and he honestly wasn’t even here a full week,” Sender said.

In honor of the “Betty White Challenge,” the staff worked hard to find Spike a loving home and their efforts paid off at the actress’ 100th birthday on Monday.

“It also really spoke to people and we’ve had so many generous people donating, people just talk about animals and Betty White and the impact she’s had on their lives with her involvement in animal rescues,” Sender said.

Now that Spike has found a loving home, the shelter hopes to do the same for another pit bull mix, 4-year-old Luna.

“She was abandoned first and then found no one could take care of her,” Sender said. “Since she came to our house she’s just been a carefree, restless pup, she has the biggest smile, she loves everyone she meets.”

The sender says that Luna might prefer to be the only animal, so they’ve been looking for a home with only humans for almost two months now.

“It’s a bit longer stay for us,” Sender said.

But they’re determined to help her and any other pets that come through their doors find a loving, year-round home.

“Keep in mind that every day there are animals that still need a home and every day you can make a difference in an animal’s life,” she said.

If you want to learn more about adopting Luna or another animal with the Lake Humane Society, you can visit their website.

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Godfrey needs a good home https://peet-corso.cz/godfrey-needs-a-good-home/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 03:58:21 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/godfrey-needs-a-good-home/ —WATD 95.9 News & Talk Radio, South Shore Massachusetts Say hello to Godfrey! Tipping the scales at 131 pounds, Godfrey is a VERY big dog. This bear like dog, a mix of the Pyrenees and the Golden Retriever, hopes to find a home with a couch big enough for him to enjoy the finer things […]]]>

—WATD 95.9 News & Talk Radio, South Shore Massachusetts

Say hello to Godfrey!

Tipping the scales at 131 pounds, Godfrey is a VERY big dog. This bear like dog, a mix of the Pyrenees and the Golden Retriever, hopes to find a home with a couch big enough for him to enjoy the finer things in life during his senior years.

Our friends from Scituate Animal Shelter Tell us that Godfrey is 10 years old and healthy. He has a mass on his leg that will be biopsied and probably removed. Naturally, his rear end can be a bit weak at times, but this guy still has plenty of cum in him.

Godfrey is overall a very good dog but has a bit of an eccentric personality. His dislikes include small children and people wearing glasses (we can’t explain that part). He likes other dogs but gets a little too excited, so a home without other pets is a must for him.

Godfrey doesn’t like to share his food, so he needs adults in his life who leave him alone while eating. Godfrey is an excellent communicator and will let you know if he is unhappy. He does not hesitate to growl or bark if you have annoyed him.

Despite his size, he walks very well on a leash. Someone will need strength though, if they want to shoot you can imagine how far they could take you.

We can’t wait to see this guy step out of a small kennel and into a loving home.

Adoption is by appointment only. For more information on Godfrey e-mail [email protected]

All dogs are fixed, vaccinated, wormed, treated for fleas and tested for heartworm and lyme before adoption. Adoption fees are $360 for a dog, $460 for a puppy, and $250 for a dog with special needs or over 10 years old.

Visit our Pet of the Week page to see all of our past adoption highlights. You just might find the perfect good friend to add to your family!

Stop by today! We are conveniently located at 25 Washington Street in Pembroke, MA.

Business hours:

Monday-Friday 9-6

Saturday 9-5 | sunday 10-5

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Warm up this winter with a cozy new pet https://peet-corso.cz/warm-up-this-winter-with-a-cozy-new-pet/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 14:26:53 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/warm-up-this-winter-with-a-cozy-new-pet/ It’s that time of year again. The most wonderful time of the year has passed and the arrival of spring is still far on the horizon. On the plus side, the Eagles are in the playoffs and the Sixers have been on a tear lately. But if you’re looking for a more permanent solution to […]]]>

It’s that time of year again. The most wonderful time of the year has passed and the arrival of spring is still far on the horizon. On the plus side, the Eagles are in the playoffs and the Sixers have been on a tear lately. But if you’re looking for a more permanent solution to banish the winter doldrums, why not add a ray of sunshine to your life? You don’t have to shell out thousands for a second home in the Caribbean – in fact, you don’t even have to leave Burlington County.

Pets of the Week: Ty and Beefy

While Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang know that happiness is a warm puppy, Ty thinks this quote should be expanded to include warm kittens. Sweet, friendly and affectionate, Ty is the perfect knee warmer that won’t skyrocket your electricity bill. This beautiful seven-year-old tabby loves to snuggle and starts purring as soon as you start petting him. Ty is a very caring guy who will headbutt you and rub his head on your hand to cheer you up.

"I am a serious guy.  Serious about hugs, that is!" -ty

Ty tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), but he doesn’t mind and he hopes you feel the same way. Healthy cats with FIV generally live long and happy lives. FIV can be passed to other cats (but not to humans or dogs) through deep bites, but not through casual contact, such as sharing a food or water bowl, playing, or grooming . This means that many cats with FIV are able to live in harmony with other cats! If you want to see more of Ty – and who wouldn’t? – check out his Youtube video (Search FriendsofBCAS on YouTube).

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Animals available for adoption from the Humane Society of Charlotte | PICTURES https://peet-corso.cz/animals-available-for-adoption-from-the-humane-society-of-charlotte-pictures/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 23:20:50 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/animals-available-for-adoption-from-the-humane-society-of-charlotte-pictures/ 1/50 Speedwell 2/50 Uganda 3/50 Toph 4/50 tiger 5/50 Teegan 6/50 Squiggy 7/50 Sawyer 8/50 salvador 9/50 Rufus 10/50 Rocco 11/50 Ringo 12/50 Rhysand 13/50 Red 14/50 Pork chop 15/50 Nova 16/50 Myrrh 17/50 Moses 18/50 momentum 19/50 Mercury 20/50 Meelo 21/50 Marco 22/50 Leela 23/50 Koa 24/50 Kimber 25/50 Kaz 26/50 Honcho 27/50 Gosling […]]]>

Find out which dogs and cats are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Charlotte.

Click here to learn more about these adorable pets!

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Apollo, Muskingum County K-9 Adoption Center Dog of the Week https://peet-corso.cz/apollo-muskingum-county-k-9-adoption-center-dog-of-the-week/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 20:02:13 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/apollo-muskingum-county-k-9-adoption-center-dog-of-the-week/ ZANESVILLE, Ohio – If you’re looking for entertainment, Apollo is your Muskingum County K-9 Adoption Center Dog of the Week. Apollo is around five or six years old and entered the adoption center around October and was found running on a soccer field with children. “Seems to be good with dogs, but of course we […]]]>

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – If you’re looking for entertainment, Apollo is your Muskingum County K-9 Adoption Center Dog of the Week.

Apollo is around five or six years old and entered the adoption center around October and was found running on a soccer field with children.

“Seems to be good with dogs, but of course we have to meet and greet. He is neutered, has average energy, never meets a stranger, always keeps a clean kennel and rides very well in the car. His favorite things are the blankets and the toys, ”said Doug McQuaid, a volunteer at the Muskingum County K-9 Adoption Center.

Apollo is very active and would do well with a family that enjoys walking or running. McQuaid mentioned that he was pulling hard on his leash, so he wouldn’t recommend a small child take him for a walk.

McQuaid also explained how they made available food for cats or dogs at the adoption center.

“If you need cat food, dog food, or a bale of straw, a straw is currently the best bedding you could use for cold weather. It doesn’t freeze and so on, ”McQuaid said. “Call us, let us know. We are here to help you. Call us and tell us what you need, and we’ll load it into your car. You don’t even have to get out of your car. We will fix it for you.

If you would like to adopt Apollo or any other dog or if you believe your dog has been found, you can call (740) 453-0273 or visit their website at muskingumcountyoh.gov.

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Luray wife gives new life to stray dogs | Dnronline https://peet-corso.cz/luray-wife-gives-new-life-to-stray-dogs-dnronline/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/luray-wife-gives-new-life-to-stray-dogs-dnronline/ LURAY – The black puppy walked around the living room, pointing his nose at his new owners and the keeper he would soon be saying goodbye to. The life of Hamlin, his siblings and his mother has changed from dire outdoor living conditions on farmland in North Carolina to the warm care of Tabatha Casalaspro, […]]]>

LURAY – The black puppy walked around the living room, pointing his nose at his new owners and the keeper he would soon be saying goodbye to.

The life of Hamlin, his siblings and his mother has changed from dire outdoor living conditions on farmland in North Carolina to the warm care of Tabatha Casalaspro, 33, of Luray.

Casalaspro has been training dogs for 16 years. She spent five years as a trainer at Petco, but found there was room for improvement in the way things were done.

“When I was at Petco, I really noticed a huge need for training and socialization in rescues,” said Casalaspro.

She started what became 180 Degree Rescue while living in Fredericksburg. Casalaspro and his son moved to Luray about a year and a half ago due to the housing market.

However, she is moving again because her house has two floors and she has back problems. These same back problems led her to have her first service dog years ago.

Casalaspro is a single mother to her son, Gabriel, 7, who, like Hamlin, toured the house on Tuesday.

Other volunteers are part of 180 Degree Rescue and do their part as host families, but Casalaspro’s house is the center.

She estimates that between 500 and 700 dogs have been in her care since she created the group in 2015. The group became a nonprofit in 2019, according to Casalaspro.

Many dogs are “shelters” – dogs that should be slaughtered by shelters because they have not been adopted.

Casalaspro stated that 180 Degree Rescue fills a role in the dog assistance system by doing this and handling surrenders. This reduces the burden on other groups trying to care for the dogs and find them new homes.

The dogs that Casalaspro welcomes are trained to be social, peaceful creatures that would excel as assistance or therapy dogs. And many of the dogs adopted by 180 Degree Rescue end up in those roles, according to Casalaspro.

She said she wouldn’t adopt dogs for just anyone. Interested parties must commit to taking good care of the animals in a variety of ways, set out in a contract that Alex White, 26, of Arlington, and her boyfriend Ryan Mahoney, 27, agreed to in order to adopt Hamlin. Tuesday.

Mahoney said that when he and White were looking for a dog, they knew they wanted to find someone who would take care of the dogs humanely.

As they completed the papers, Hamlin licked Casalaspro’s face – even though he had spent most of his time with a foster family, his love for her and her new owners was clear.

With the papers completed and Hamlin happy on a leash, White led him to the door of Casalaspro’s house.

“That’s the purpose of the 180 Degree Rescue name,” she said from her porch as Hamlin got into the car with her new family. “We take them, turn them over and give them new life.”


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Forty Corners Animal Rescue makes its mark in County Stark, beyond https://peet-corso.cz/forty-corners-animal-rescue-makes-its-mark-in-county-stark-beyond/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 10:12:12 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/forty-corners-animal-rescue-makes-its-mark-in-county-stark-beyond/ LAWRENCE TWP. – Rocky ran down the stairs and ran to greet Andrea Rutledge. The tanned miniature pit bull is a ball of energy, his tail wagging quickly as he checked everyone in the room. “He’s got a big, big personality,” she said as he chased a yellow tennis ball around the room. “He’s just […]]]>

LAWRENCE TWP. – Rocky ran down the stairs and ran to greet Andrea Rutledge.

The tanned miniature pit bull is a ball of energy, his tail wagging quickly as he checked everyone in the room.

“He’s got a big, big personality,” she said as he chased a yellow tennis ball around the room. “He’s just a happy little boy.”

Rocky, one of Forty Corners Animal Rescue’s 11 dogs, was housed there about a year after being handed over by his former owner, said Rutledge, director of the rescue operation.

Following:Local shelter rains cats and dogs as vets help amid industry-wide shortages

Following:The people of Massillon are working to slow down the feline population

But Rocky had reason to celebrate Friday. Hours later, new owners were due to arrive to take the nearly 3-year-old dog to Pittsburgh.

It’s touching for Rutledge and the other rescue workers, even though they’re happy that Rocky has his forever home.

Clifford howls while soaking up the sun on a crisp morning.  Clifford is one of the dogs at Forty Corners Animal Rescue in Lawrence Township.  Rescue manager Andrea Rutledge joins him.

Forty Corners Animal Rescue a dream come true

Forty Corners Animal Rescue, at 11643 Forty Corners Road NW, began in fall 2020.

The nonprofit was founded by Nancy Farina, who divides her time between her home in Lawrence Township and Hawaii.

Rutledge said Farina, who loved animals, had a heart of gold and dreamed of launching her own rescue.

For a little over a year, the group has been welcoming homeless dogs and cats and looking for new homes.

The rescue welcomes animals abandoned by their owners as well as other submerged animal rescues.

Andrea Rutledge, director of Forty Corners Animal Rescue, Rossco Pets at the Lawrence Township facility.  The non-profit organization welcomes homeless dogs and cats in the hopes of finding new homes for them.

Most of the dogs that have spent time at Forty Corners Animal Rescue come from shelters outside of Houston and West Virginia, Rutledge said.

This year, Forty Corners Animal Rescue is hoping to welcome dogs and cats from local shelters, which have been overwhelmed with homeless animals.

According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, approximately 70 million homeless dogs and cats struggle to survive in the United States.


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The vegan dog food market was valued at US $ 6,386.83 million in 2020 and is expected to reach US $ 10,839.65 million by 2028; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2021 to 2028 https://peet-corso.cz/the-vegan-dog-food-market-was-valued-at-us-6386-83-million-in-2020-and-is-expected-to-reach-us-10839-65-million-by-2028-it-is-expected-to-grow-at-a-cagr-of-7-8-from-2021-to-2028/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 10:15:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/the-vegan-dog-food-market-was-valued-at-us-6386-83-million-in-2020-and-is-expected-to-reach-us-10839-65-million-by-2028-it-is-expected-to-grow-at-a-cagr-of-7-8-from-2021-to-2028/ Vegan Dog Food Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis – by Product Type (Dry Food, Wet Food, Treats and Others) and Distribution Channel (Supermarkets and Hypermarkets, Specialty Stores, Sales in online retail and others). New York, January 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Vegan Dog […]]]>

Vegan Dog Food Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis – by Product Type (Dry Food, Wet Food, Treats and Others) and Distribution Channel (Supermarkets and Hypermarkets, Specialty Stores, Sales in online retail and others).

New York, January 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Vegan Dog Food Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Product Type and Distribution Channel” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06195656/?utm_source=GNW

The vegan dog food market was valued at US $ 6,386.83 million in 2020 and is expected to reach US $ 10,839.65 million by 2028; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2021 to 2028.

Vegan dog food is made up of various herbal ingredients, such as corn, rice, soybeans, oatmeal, and flax seeds. The food is made without using raw materials of animal origin, ensuring that no animals are harmed or exploited in the process.

Increasingly, dog owners are concerned about the health of their pets. This is one of the main reasons for their increased spending on vegan dog food.

Food offers multiple benefits. For example, because the vegan diet is clean, dogs fed vegan foods face fewer digestion issues.

In addition, the smell of dog feces will be reduced. Factors like these are driving the adoption of vegan dog food across the world.

Based on the type of product, the vegan dog food market is segmented into dry food, wet food, treats, and others. The dry food segment dominated the market in 2020.

Dry dog ​​food has a long shelf life and is less likely to rot. It can also be stored without refrigeration.

This makes them easy to transport and store. Plus, dry foods are high in fiber and help keep dogs’ teeth healthy by decreasing plaque buildup.

Additionally, manufacturers are fortifying vegan dog foods to improve their nutritional content and address the nutritional concerns of pet owners. Vegan dry dog ​​food comes in a variety of forms, such as granules, kibble, and flaked cereals.

Based on the region, the vegan dog food market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South and Central America, as well as Middle East and Africa. In 2020, Europe accounted for the largest market share and East Asia-Pacific is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

The Asian-Pacific vegan dog food market is driven by the growing pet population in the region and growing consumer interest in the vegan diet. In Asia-Pacific, the growing trend to humanize pets is also expected to fuel the market growth in the years to come.

In addition, the rising trend of veganism and the growing number of pet owners in Asia Pacific are boosting the vegan dog food market across the region. According to the article published in Bloomberg Quint, sales of pet food in India increased by 20%, due to increased adoption of pets during the lockdown induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers hoping to keep the trend going.

The adoption of pets is increasing at an exponential rate as individuals spend more time alone at home. The adoption of pets is increasingly popular among the younger generation. This factor is expected to open up significant growth opportunities for the vegan dog food market in Asia-Pacific in the coming years.

A few players operating in the vegan dog food market are Antos BV; Volunteer; Bond Pet Foods, Inc .; V-dog; Pets; Vegan4dogs; Wilderness ; Yarrah; Isoropimen Zootrofe Georgios Tsappis Ltd .; and Halo Animals.

The size of the overall global vegan dog food market was derived using primary and secondary sources. To begin the research process, an exhaustive secondary research was conducted using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information related to the market.

In addition, several primary interviews were conducted with industry participants to validate the data, as well as to gain more analytical information on the topic. Participants in this process include industry experts such as vice presidents, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers, as well as external consultants such as industry experts. valuation, research analysts and key opinion leaders specializing in the vegan dog food market.
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This unlikely ending for beloved dog lost in East Dallas is the sanity break we all need https://peet-corso.cz/this-unlikely-ending-for-beloved-dog-lost-in-east-dallas-is-the-sanity-break-we-all-need/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 15:32:06 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/this-unlikely-ending-for-beloved-dog-lost-in-east-dallas-is-the-sanity-break-we-all-need/ Hobie’s story is only light if you’ve never loved a dog. Her story is also a much needed mental health break as we return to our post-vacation routine with a pandemic of stress and exhaustion weighing down on us. Late on Christmas Eve, Hobie just needed to do his business in his backyard. The humans […]]]>

Hobie’s story is only light if you’ve never loved a dog.

Her story is also a much needed mental health break as we return to our post-vacation routine with a pandemic of stress and exhaustion weighing down on us.

Late on Christmas Eve, Hobie just needed to do his business in his backyard.

The humans at his Swiss Avenue home were absorbed in the chaos of finishing letters to Santa, wrapping the last presents, and bickering over guests and their own dogs in the right beds.

No one noticed when Hobie, 3, who knows how to open the back door when Audrey and Mike Schott are not available, crept into the fenced yard.

Hobie’s envy had struck just as the lame East Dallas holiday celebrants – after browsing their fireworks cache – began their barrage of moonlight shootings.

It must have sounded like the end of the world for the wayward, soft-eyed lab-beagle mix.

Christmas morning dawned with anticipation of all the new traditions Audrey and Mike had planned for 3-year-old twins Mae and Willa. Children and adults were ready; just like Hannah and Shiner, their extended family dogs.

What about Hobie, whom Audrey had supposed to have spent the noisy night curled up with his girlfriend Hannah?

In a memory punch, the Schotts recalled fireworks and gunfire. Although the 50-pound Hobie had never walked through the backyard door before, they knew if he was scared he probably could.

“He’s the coldest dog out there, but he can be so nervous and anxious when he’s in a new situation,” Audrey told me.

Mike and Audrey Schott with their dog, Hobie, and their two daughters, Willa and Mae, hug Audrey outside their East Dallas home.(Rebecca Slezak / Staff Photographer)

A quick search of the neighbors’ gardens turned up nothing. The identification of the surrounding blocks by car either. “That’s when Mike and I got a little more frantic,” recalls Audrey.

Hobie had been through a lot in his short life before. Abandoned as a tiny puppy and rescued on a Kentucky road, he eventually made his way to the Schotts’ house in Brooklyn, then moved with them to Dallas in 2019.

At six months pregnant with the twins, Audrey had decided she needed to have a dog. “You know how crazy these pregnancy hormones are,” she said with a laugh. “Fortunately, Mike was desperate to keep things happy. “

Unlike overcrowded animal shelters in much of the country, fewer dogs are available for adoption in New York City. So the Schott’s used the Petfinder adoption website to track down a pooch in need of rescue.

They named him Hobie, after the gentle and confident guardian of others in Donna Tartt’s Goldfinch. He was a big brother to the twins, very protective and invaluable to a family who, Audrey laughs, can be a “hot express.”

Audrey and Mike grew up in Texas but left the state to pursue their careers. He works in finance; she teaches music. After the twins were born in Brooklyn, they decided it was time to come home. The girls needed more space – and so did Hobie.

On this Christmas morning, Audrey and Mike knew they couldn’t sit down during the festivities while this most special family member was away.

Hobie the puppy, just after his adoption by Audrey and Mike Schott.  Rescuers found him abandoned around 3 months old on a road in Kentucky.
Hobie the puppy, just after his adoption by Audrey and Mike Schott. Rescuers found him abandoned around 3 months old on a road in Kentucky.(Family photo)

“We’re not good at hiding our emotions,” Audrey told me. “It would have been worse for the girls if I had been there, sitting and worried and trying not to dissolve in a puddle.”

Leaving loved ones in charge of Christmas, the couple spent the day desperately trying to find Hobie, who wore a green Christmas holly bow tie and red Scottish tartan necklace and tag.

Because Hobie was microchipped through Home Again, the company has released information about his disappearance. The Schott’s have posted information and photos on the Nextdoor app.

Pet Detective Bonnie Hale, who primarily deals with missing cats, offered some great advice. Audrey and Mike have printed and posted hundreds of eye-catching flyers and posters throughout East Dallas.

In the first few days after Hobie’s disappearance, an army of animal-loving volunteers tried to help, though few even knew the Schott family.

“It was overwhelming in a good way, after Hobie’s disappearance how many people came out and said, ‘I’ve seen the flyers and I’m watching your dog,'” Audrey said. “How many asked what they could do to help, those who watched at night, who called with tips.”

At one point, Audrey drove to McKinney after seeing a photo she was sure was Hobie. She ended up with a broken toe – when a door opened on her foot – but learned nothing about her missing pet.

A face mask hangs from the rearview mirror of a parked car in Richardson.

Other sightings were closer to home. Descriptions of a stray animal spotted in Old East Dallas, first near Planet Fitness on Columbia Avenue and then in Buckner Park, included details apparently unique to Hobie.

But that dog left before Audrey and Mike could find him.

The Schott’s knew that stories like Hobie’s often don’t have happy endings. With the arrival of New Years Eve, it was difficult to keep the research momentum going. “Our hopes were down,” Audrey said. “We were tired.”

They also developed cold symptoms.

In anticipation of a family horse-drawn carriage ride with friends – a celebration booked weeks earlier – Audrey and Mike took COVID tests; both were positive.

“Our minds have been crushed,” Audrey said. “We both felt defeated in so many ways.”

Hours later, an area code number 888 showed up on her phone as Audrey bathed the twins. Thinking it was spam, Audrey let the call go into voicemail.

It was the microchip company.

One of the Home Again volunteers who received the original notice regarding Hobie spotted a dog matching his description in Everglade Park in the Buckner Terrace neighborhood.

The park is 10 km southeast of the Schott’s home, across Interstate 30 and many busy thoroughfares away from Swiss Avenue.

Mike immediately jumped into the car with some leftover prime rib and Hannah, Hobie’s dog buddy who belongs to Audrey’s parents. At the park, a man walking his own dog looked at Hobie’s photo and pointed to the nearby softball field.

“This is him, this is him,” Mike said through tears when he called Audrey to tell her he was watching Hobie alongside another dog, a mix of white and gray.

The pet sleuth had warned the couple not to call or rush to Hobie if they found him. So Mike sat down quietly, still a few feet from the dogs.

Finally, Hobie cautiously moved over to Hannah – and the prime rib. The more the two sniffed, the more animated Hobie became. At one point, Mike said, Hobie seemed to recognize, “Oh, Mike is there too.”

In an instant, “Out of the Wild Hobie” dropped his mask and “Domestic Hobie” was back.

Three-year-old Willa takes a dog treat from her father, Mike Schott, while her mother Audrey watches Willa's twin, Mae, feed Hobie on Monday.
Three-year-old Willa takes a dog treat from her father, Mike Schott, while her mother Audrey watches Willa’s twin, Mae, feed Hobie on Monday.(Rebecca Slezak / Staff Photographer)

Hobie and Hannah were ready to go home, but despite Mike’s best efforts, he couldn’t coax the third dog into his vehicle, and she eventually ran away.

All the while, Audrey and the twins – who most of them thought Hobie was “off on an adventure” – were sitting in the driveway waiting for their dog to return.

“Hobie immediately started wagging his tail,” said Audrey, still in tears a few days later from their good fortune. “He was so, so tired. But it was the same Hobie.

The dog’s only injury was a slightly chewed right paw because it probably got stuck in a fence. He came home, missing only his festive Christmas bow tie.

That night the parents, twins, Hobie and Hannah all slept in the same bed. Thanks to the pain medication for his injury, Hobie barely noticed the New Years Eve fireworks and gunshots.

For now, bungee cords secure the Schotts’ slight opening to the backyard door, and they’ve ordered a dog collar with GPS capabilities.

Audrey and Mike divided the $ 2,000 reward they offered between the Home Again volunteer and the dog walker who indicated Hobie’s whereabouts. But they think they owe a debt of gratitude that they will never be able to repay to the dozens of people who have stepped up to help.

“Communities, when they come together, can be amazing. People are basically good, ”Audrey told me. “People want to help other people. … There is good in the world. It sounds so basic, but it’s so important.


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