Webvet

Webvet

Social Media Icons

Follow Us:

Main Content

Most Popular Holiday Pet Gift? Toys

Twitter Stumbleupon Mixx it! Print Email icon
Pin It
If you enjoy this article,
Go here to sign up for the mailing list to receive more articles like this.
1920080621154035golden,retriever,running,dog,exercise,2
According to a recent DogTime/CatTime reader poll, 91% of pet parents plan to buy a gift this season for their dog or cat. The majority of them will even wrap it.

Here’s how the presents pie-chart breaks down:

· New toy: 82%

· Treats: 75%

· New bed, leash, or collar: 35%

· Clothes: 13%

· New brother or sister pet: 2%

According to a recent DogTime/CatTime reader poll, 91% of pet parents plan to buy a gift this season for their dog or cat. The majority of them will even wrap it.

Here’s how the presents pie-chart breaks down:

· New toy: 82%

· Treats: 75%

· New bed, leash, or collar: 35%

· Clothes: 13%

· New brother or sister pet: 2%

According to a recent DogTime/CatTime reader poll, 91% of pet parents plan to buy a gift this season for their dog or cat. The majority of them will even wrap it.

Here’s how the presents pie-chart breaks down:

· New toy: 82%

· Treats: 75%

· New bed, leash, or collar: 35%

· Clothes: 13%

· New brother or sister pet: 2%

And as if that wasn’t enough, 65% of furry family members get their own stocking, hung by the chimney -- or at least safely out of pawing reach.

In this feeble economy, perhaps most surprising of all is that humans are averaging about $30 a gift for their dogs and cats. With nearly 73 million households in the U.S. home to a pet, that's a total spend of close to 2 billion dollars ($1,992,900,000!).

Check out more info at DogTime.com


Did you like this article?
Go here to sign up for the mailing list to receive more articles like this.

Related content

All medical-related content on WebVet has been veterinarian approved to ensure its timeliness and accuracy.
Introducing Pet-Pods...

Veterinarian with small dog FREE downloadable PDF files providing a comprehensive review of some of the most timely pet health topics: Allergies, Fleas, Summer Safety Hazards, and Vomiting and Diarrhea.

Newsletter Signup

  
Get FREE Pet Insurance Quotes Now!

Search For A Vet

Crosby