Pet Supplements: United States

Published: April 30, 2019 - 32 Pages

Table of Contents

  • Highlights
  • Market Overview
    • Market Size
      • Table Figure 1 - US Pet Supplement Retail Sales, 2014 – 2023
      • Table US Pet Supplement Retail Sales, 2014 – 2023
      • Table Figure 2 - US Pet Supplement Retail Sales by Channel, 2018
      • Table Figure 3 - US Pet Supplement Retail Sales by Animal Type, 2018
      • Table US Functional Food, Functional Treat, &Supplements Use by Condition, 2019
    • Pet Supplement Regulation
    • Marketing & New Products
    • Retail Trends
    • Consumer Trends
    • Opportunities
  • Industry Structure
    • Competitive Overview
      • Table US Usage Rates of Pet Supplements by Marketer/Brand, 2019
  • About This Report
    • Scope
    • Sources
    • Industry Codes
      • Table NAICS & SIC Codes Related to Pet Supplements
    • Resources

Abstract

Pet Supplements: United States

This report forecasts US pet supplement retail sales in nominal US dollars for 2018-2023. To illustrate historical trends, total sales are provided in an annual series from 2014-2017.

This Packaged Facts report examines the US market for nutritional supplements for pets – dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, and reptiles, collectively. The term ""supplement"" as used in this report refers primarily to products sold in traditional supplement forms including pills, tablets, powders, liquids, and sprays. CBD (cannabidiol) supplements are also covered in this report, even when formulated into edible/treat formats, because these remain supplement products in essence.

The primary focus is on products for dogs and cats, which account for the preponderance of US retail sales, but coverage also extends to other types of companion animals.

Specifically excluded are: pet foods marketed as complete and balanced diets, including those featuring novel ingredients such as glucosamine; functional treats – products with functional benefits due to nutritional supplement-based ingredients but marketed primarily as treats and covered in Packaged Facts' Pet Treats and Chews in the U.S., 2nd Edition; supplements for equines; and supplements for fish, most of which are water treatment products to control algae, fungi, parasites, etc.

A full outline of report items by page is available in the Table of Contents.

Related NAICS Codes:
325411 Medicinal and Botanical Mfg
325412 Pharmaceutical Preparation Mfg
541940 Veterinary Services

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