Professional dog food Wolfsblut (Wolfsblat)
Today we hear and talk a lot about a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet, in which the ratio of proteins, fats and carbohydrates directly depends on activity, age, physical…

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Pet Care After Vaccination
Perhaps no other medical invention has saved more lives than vaccinations. Modern vaccines are extremely effective and safe. However, animals usually experience mild side effects after vaccination. Sometimes an animal…

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Dog Adenovirus
Dog adenovirus is an acute disease of young carnivores, characterized by fever, damage to the respiratory system, digestion, conjunctiva and lymphoid tissue. The disease is common among carnivores of all…

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US dogs and cats in numbers

The number of pet owners in the United States more than tripled between 1970 (67 million) and 2012 (164 million). In other words, in 2012, 62% of American families have at least one pet. Over the year, Americans spent more than $ 50 billion on pets.

Calculations for pets for the year 2012:
Dogs
83.3 million dogs
47% of families have at least one dog70% of dog owners keep one dog
20% of dog owners keep two dogs
10% of dog owners have more than three dogs
1.46 – average number of dogs per owner
20% of dogs were taken from shelters
231 $ – average annual amount for veterinary services
83% of dogs are sterilized or neutered
Cats
95.5 million cats
46% of cat owners keep one cat
31% of owners of cats with two cats
24% of cat owners with three or more cats
2.11 – average number of cats per owner
26% of cats admitted from animal shelters
$ 193 – the average annual cost of a veterinarian
91% of cats are sterilized or neutered
Calculations from animal nurseries:
3500 – the number of animal kennels in the USA
6-8 million dogs and cats go to kennels annually
25% of dogs in kennels are thoroughbred
3-4 million dogs and cats a year people take from kennels
30% of the dogs in the kennel were left there by the owners
5% of cats left by owners in animal kennels

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