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Monday, March 15, 2010

Consumers Get New Pets in 2010

By Melissa Kauffman

Editorial Director, BowTie Incorporated

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We wanted to know how people viewed 2010, especially in regard to adding another animal companion to their family. Because we are all still waiting for the economy to improve, we expected pet owners to respond with a resounding, “No!” to getting a new pet. But, when we polled visitors to our sister websites, the results were certainly interesting. I’ll go over the results for the different pet owners in my next few blogs. For this one, let’s look at what respondents on the DogChannel.com said about getting a new pet in the next 12 months:

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