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China has seen a surge in abandoned purebreed pets, which pours into cities’ skyrocketing stray populations. Though pet abandonment is considered inappropriate by the younger generation, it is still a growing problem due to the increase in pet ownership.
A Malaysian pet food brand that claims to be the only halal-certified cat food in the world, has found a receptive testbed in Southeast Asia for its unique offering.
The 23rd China International Pet Show (CIPS 2019), the sole B2B international platform in Asia held from Nov. 20 to 23, 2019, created a new record once again with 1387 exhibitors from 24 countries or areas and over 80,000 visitors from over 90 countries or areas, covering 130,000 square meters.
The Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department cast a very gloomy scenario for the retail sector that covers all establishments with sales coming from physical and or online shops. This latest government audit of the retail sector includes businesses selling pet products like food and toys, but it doesn’t include sales related to pet services.
Thaiya Corporation aims to enter the dry pet food market. Thaiya Corporation (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. has announced its purchase of 51% of the Shangdong Thaiya
Today, just under 100 million Chinese households have a pet, up 44% since 2014. Owners are increasingly willing to spend large sums to give their animals a more comfortable life: The market for pet travel products — which includes carriers and mobility solutions — increased by 40% in the past year.