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Demographic characteristics of dog and cat owning housholds.

Daniel Starch and Staff.

Demographic characteristics of dog and cat owning housholds.

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Published in [New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Consumers -- United States.,
    • United States -- Population.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPrepared for the Quaker Oats Co.
      ContributionsQuaker Oats Company.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC110.C6 D3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4721228M
      LC Control Number78008302

      Black panther, colloquial term used to refer to large felines classified in the genus Panthera that are characterized by a coat of black fur or large concentrations of black spots set against a dark background. The term black panther is most frequently applied to black-coated leopards and jaguars. Blue shows areas where household demand is low for the treats. If you click a state, county, ZIP Code, or block group, additional information will appear on the map such as how many households used cat and dog treats within a recent six-month period. A pie chart indicates whether it's cat or dog country, comparing the number of cat households.


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Demographic characteristics of dog and cat owning housholds. by Daniel Starch and Staff. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Table Selected Changes in Demographic Shares: Households Overall vs. Dog-Owning and Cat-Owning Households, /09 vs. /20 (in percentages and percentage point change) Table Pet Ownership Rates for Dogs or Cats by Types of Pet Owned: Key Demographics, /20 (percent).

Cross-Ownership Patterns for Dogs and Cats KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF DOG AND CAT POPULATIONS Smaller Dogs Remain Big Aging Pet Population Pet Overweight/Obesity KEY DEMOGRAPHICS FOR DOG VS. CAT. more the merrier” certainly seems to apply to dog, cat, bird and pet horse ownership: The highest rates of dog ownership (%) and cat ownership (%) continue to be among the largest households by size.

And, overall, as household size increases, so does the likelihood of owning a pet bird. Pet ownership differs among racial and ethnic. Almost 50 percent of surveyed American pet-owning households had a dog inmaking it the most popular type of pet to own in the United States. Cats. The number of North American pet owners has remained constant in recent years, but pet owner demographics continue to shift.

According to a report on pet population and ownership trends in the US from Packaged Facts, percent of US households owned pets inequaling approximately million households. This percentage has not risen or fallen significantly in the. Hispanics [53% of total households] are more likely to own a dog than any other racial demographic.

% of American households report that they own a cat. The average number of cats owned is per home. Although more dogs are owned than cats, there is an estimated 5 million more cats living in the United States right now. Birds make up %. The human to dog and cat ratios were andrespectively.

Comparatively more dogs (n=2,) than cats (n=) were within the households and there were significantly more male (%; Poverty, social and political instability and other problems make pet ownership a less likely event in the continent. The WSPA estimates there are j dogs living in homes in Chad -- and there are no statistics for cats.

Ethiopia has a pet dog population of just 5 million, with justcats. Breakdown of pet ownership in the U.S. according to the APPA National Pet Owners Survey. Number of U.S. Households that Own a Pet (millions) Bird Cat Dog. The American Pet Products Association reports that millennials are now the primary pet-owning demographic, at 35 percent of U.S.

pet owners to baby boomers’ 32 percent. According to the APPA, U.S. pet ownership overall Demographic characteristics of dog and cat owning housholds. book between andand spending in the U.S. pet industry—including spending on veterinary care—increased.

Cat ownership per household was much lower (P = ) than dog ownership, with approximately 90% of the households having no cats. Households with one or two cats were also more frequently observed (% and %, respectively). Time period since a cat or dog was living in American households Influence of pets on the quality of life in Denmark Pet ownership other than cat or dog in the U.S.by age.

Dublin, J (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Pet Population and Ownership Trends in the U.S.: Dogs, Cats, and Other Pets, 2nd Edition" report has been added to. The data also revealed Arkansas as the state with the most dog owners, where percent of households own a dog, while Illinois was the lowest state for dog ownership with percent of households owning a dog.

The top cat-owning state in was Vermont, where percent of households owned a cat, while California had the lowest rate of.

The East and West Coasts are much more likely to favor cat owners, while dogs rule the American South. Overall, dog people are 30 more likely to live in the country, while cat people are 29 percent more likely to live in the city. Dog people tend to be more conservative than cat people.

Privately Owned Dog & Cat Population in the City of Los Angeles. City of Los Angeles residents are much less likely to have dogs or cats than the national average.

While the average number of dogs per dog-owning household was close to the national average, the average number of cats per cat-owning household was much lower. Demographics. According to the report, the average age of cat owners is 55 to 64 years, and 58 percent are female.

Dog owners are, on average, about a decade younger (age 45 to 54 years), and the majority (53 percent) are female. As a whole, cat owners earn less money per year ($40,$49,) than dog owners ($75,$99,).

Not just as a companion or a friend, pets have successfully become a part of our family now. According to a study conducted in the U.S, the population of dogs is 69, and catsIndia has a dog population of 10, dogs. Read more about worldwide pet ownership here. Participants (n=) identified themselves as either a dog person, cat person, both or neither, and rated their own masculinity, femininity, independence, dominance and athleticism.

Participants also read a description of a person who was labelled either dog person or cat person, and rated this person on these same personality characteristics.

Figure Profile of US dogs and cats, March ; Aging pet population mirrors human population. Figure Age of dog/cat owned, by age, generation, parental status, March ; Dog ownership propels breeder business. Figure Pet acquisition, by dog/cat ownership, March ; Encouraging Pet Ownership. Pets are great company.

Cat Ownership by Number of Cats in Household and Age Group of Cat Owner, Found: "{{findSearchTermKeyBySig(k)}}" appears {{v}} time s. to Year-Olds Lag Behind in Acquiring Multiple Cats $ included. Households with one or more dogs and children aged 11 to 15 years were more likely to own a cat than other households.

The likelihood of dog ownership increased as household size increased. Dogs. 4 Trends Driving Pet Population and Pet Ownership Growth 55% of all U.S. households own pets, and Packaged Facts examines the role Baby Boomers, Hispanics, Millennials, and other consumers will.

Selected Changes in Demographic Shares: Households Overall vs. Dog-Owning and Cat-Owning Households, /09 vs. /20 (in percentages and percentage point change) Table Pet Ownership Rates for Dogs or Cats by Types of Pet Owned: Key Demographics, /20 (percent). kittens ≤6 months of age) by mail survey of 3, dog-owning households and 3, cat-owning households.

Data from people contacted in shelters or their households regarding sex, age, and breed characteristics for dogs and cats are presented in Table 1.

Table 2. The odds that a woman owned a dog were 8 percent higher than the odds a man owned a dog, and they were 16 percent higher for owning a cat.

Large racial and ethnic differences exist in pet. Google the U.S. pet population, and you’re quickly confronted with two oft-cited, and contradictory, sources.

levels of pet-owning households and “significant” increases in dog ownership. In multivariate analyses, single male status, older age, and non-white race were associated with lower odds of owning a dog and cat while single female status, larger household size, home ownership, more rural location, living in a house, and full time employment in the household were associated with higher odds of pet ownership.

There are over 29 million pets in Australia and we have one of the highest pet ownership rates in the world. Approximately 61% of households in Australia own pets, with dogs being the most common (40%), followed by cats (27%).

Figure 1. Percentage of households with pets by pet type. Small mammals include rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and mice. CHAPTER 3: FOCUS ON DOG AND CAT OWNERSHIP. CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS. 95% of Pet-Owning Households Have Dogs or Cats ; Cross-Ownership Patterns for Dogs and Cats; KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF DOG AND CAT.

Dog and cat owners differ in personality. When it comes to pet ownership, there are more dog people than cat people, and research data shows that these two groups differ in.

Hispanics, Multicultural Consumers Boost Ownership of Canines, Felines, and Birds: Roughly 61% of the growth in the population of dog owners in the past decade came from multicultural population segments.

Likewise, the number of Hispanic cat owners increased 71% while the number of non-Hispanic white cat owners was essentially flat. The US ranks fifth for pet ownership and third when it comes to owning cats. Almost three-quarters (70 percent) of US consumers have at least one pet, with 50 percent owning dogs and 39 percent cats.

Almost three-quarters (70 percent) of US consumers have at least one pet, with 50 percent owning dogs and 39 percent cats.

CHAPTER 3: FOCUS ON DOG AND CAT OWNERSHIP. CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS. 95% of Pet-Owning Households Have Dogs or Cats; Cross-Ownership Patterns for Dogs and Cats; KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF DOG AND CAT.

People who own both dogs and cats seem to be much like people who own only dogs. You should keep this in mind, since from here on, at least for the purposes of this discussion, when I mention a cat owner I mean someone who lives only with a cat, while, when I mention dog owners, I mean a person who owns a dog or both a dog and a cat.

High-Income Segments Propel Increase in Dog Ownership. Table Growth in Population of Dog Owners by Household Income, (in thousands) Number of Unmarried or Childless Dog Owners Jumps. Table Growth in Population of Dog Owners by Marital Status and Household Structure, (in thousands) Key Characteristics of the Dog Population.

In ROI, the predicted probabilities (from above) for pet dog ownership by household composition and pet cat ownership by house type were applied to the census data (from a above) to estimate the total numbers, inof pet dog owning households per ED and pet cat owning households per ED.

Household demographics: These included items about the person’s gender, number of cats owned, method of focal cat acquisition and type of outdoor access provided to the focal cat. Owner satisfaction and thoughts on relinquishment, including questions rated on a 5-point Likert scale concerning personal satisfaction with the focal cat, and the.

Facts about Pet Ownership in the U.S.: It's estimated that 78 million dogs and million cats are owned in the United States. Approximately 44% of all households in the United States have a dog, and 35% have a cat.

(Source: American Pet Products Association (APPA)). According to the AVMA U.S. Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook, the population of owned dogs in in the U.S. was 72 million (p Table ) and the number of owned cats was million (p Table ). Those figures suggest that to million dogs and to million cats may have entered shelters, and as many.

The pet industry has been experiencing explosive growth. According to The American Pet Products Association, almost 85 million households have a pet and over the last 30 years pet ownership has.

The findings are meaningful because pet ownership is skyrocketing in Asia, and that means dogs’ and cats’ environmental footprint is just going .is published by a nonprofit research group dedicated to the responsible ownership of dogs of all breeds, promoting effective breed-neutral policies for dog bite prevention, and providing dog bite-related statistics and information based on scientific peer-reviewed core mission is to end discrimination against dogs classified as "pitbull-type" dogs in order to.