As the ONLY pet education media network, we take pets very seriously.  We connect pet owners with information when and where pet health and wellness decisions are being made – in the veterinarian’s office.  And just like people, pets need help to lead healthy lives.  Vets are still the number one source for pet medication distribution and influence purchase at retail.

There are close to 90 million dogs and 94 million cats in the U.S.^

68% of American households have a pet.*

More than three in five Americans (62%) have a pet+

  • Seven in 10 have a dog (69%)
  • Half have a cat (51%)

Nearly all (95%) consider their pets to be family members+

Source: ^American Pet Products Association; *The New York Times|Sept. 17; +The Harris Poll

 

Pet expenses have grown significantly:

$17 billion (1994) to $63 billion in 2016
Projected for 2017 – $69.36 billion will be spent on our pets in the U.S.
Expected to grow to $96 billion by 2020*

Estimated Breakdown:
Food                                                     $29.69 billion
Supplies/OTC Medicine                    $14.93 billion
Vet Care                                               $16.62 billion
Other Services                                    $6.11 billion

Source: American Pet Products Association (APPA)

 

An educated pet parent is a responsible pet parent.

That’s where PetCareTV steps in.

Our petcare network is committed to providing informative and entertaining educational programming to pet parents across the country to promote better conversations with veterinarians and make more informed healthcare and lifestyle decisions to positively impact the lives of pets.

Whether it’s pet obesity, dental disease, preventive or infectious diseases, PetCareTV helps pet parents and veterinarians alike with having important discussions around pet health.  The American Pet Product Association projects that both the pet population and pet spending will grow for the foreseeable future.+

We can work together to help keep our pets safe, happy, and healthy.

Let us show you how to put the power of the pet care office to work for your brand.

 

Empowering Pet Parents to Improve Health Outcomes