A new report from market research firm Packaged Facts explores how pet marketers can connect with the pet owners of these generations.
Michelson Found Animals, an animal welfare nonprofit organization, surveyed 1,000 dog and cat owners to predict which trends will be hot next year.
Dog names inspired by movies, musicians, and the royal family standing out as trendsetters for 2018, according to a new survey from Rover.com.
Pet Sitters International forecasts what challenges the pet-sitting industry will face in the new year, along with how the market will grow.
Upgraded Points, a travel company, evaluated the country's larger airports and their current facilities to determine which airports are the friendliest for pets.
The 14th annual ORC study report found that 92 percent of companies surveyed had been a victim of ORC in the past year.
The study found that children who interacted with a dog had reduced anxiety compared with those who waited.
Packaged Facts reports that a majority of dog and cat owners agree high-quality foods are effective for preventative healthcare.
More people than ever own specialty or exotic pets, dogs and cats, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association's 2017-2018 Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook.
According to a survey conducted by Banfield Pet Hospital, more than 75 percent of C-suite executives attribute their career success in part to owning a pet as a child.