The COVID-19 pandemic has changed so many lives. During the pandemic, many people moved to work from home temporarily. Many of these folks brought a dog into their lives, and the term "Pandemic Puppies" was coined.
Many have now transitioned back to work and are no longer working from home. This leaves the dogs, who were once so accustomed to having someone at home, alone and suffering from separation anxiety or other problem behaviours. This has left many dog owners seeking Doggie Daycare services for their lonely pets.
Reviewlation states in 2021, the Canadian pet market is worth around $9.5 billion. The pandemic brought an overall 18% upsurge in pet ownership in Canada, and 57% of these people got a new dog into their home.
According to Review Moose, 35% of Canadians own a dog, and even if it means going beyond budget limits, owners will do anything to keep their dogs safe, healthy and happy...
Now more than ever, qualified Professional Pet Dog Trainers are in high demand. The unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic have changed the way we live our lives.
During the pandemic, many people temporarily moved to work from home, and many of these folks brought a dog into their lives - coining the term “Pandemic Puppies.”
This movement has made dog training services one of the fastest-growing sectors in the pet care industry, an industry that is projected to grow by approximately 11% from now until 2024!
According to American Pet Product Association, in 2020, $103.6 billion was spent on pets in the USA alone, with $10 billion being spent on training. They also state 12.6 million households took in pets between March and December of 2020.
Revelation states in 2021 that the Canadian pet market is worth about $9.5 billion. The pandemic brought an 18% upsurge in pet ownership in ...
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