Tech For Your Pets : Apps and Gadgets Infographic

Tech For Your Pets : Apps and Gadgets Infographic

Tech For Your Pets

Written by: Tom Clarke

Statistics indicate that global spending on caring for pets continues to increase year on year. Figures in 2014 were $98.3 billion and that figure is expected to rise to $103.8 billion by the end of 2015. While billions are spent on pet food, there has also been a large increase on non-edible spend such as: grooming treatments, holidays, day care, clothes and toys. It is clear that more and more people are treating their pets as family members, and companies are noticing an opportunity to cash in on this.

Euromonitor has identified three different types of pet owner. Mainstream humanisers who predominantly buy premium brands. These make up two thirds of owners. Anti-humanisers make up over 20% of owners and generally buy smaller brands. The final group identified are known as extreme humanisers and make up over 5% of owners. This group tends to treat their pets as personal accessories and favour exclusivity and designer outfits for their pets.

Tech For Your Pets : Apps and Gadgets Infographic

A particular area that has adapted to the growth in pet spending has been the technological sector. There has been a sharp increase in the amount tech for your pets — apps and wearables that target pet owners. Owners can now monitor the fitness of their loved ones, as well as having confidence in the whereabouts of their pets through tracking devices. Feeding and training has even been made easier for the owner, thanks to technological advancements, while there are also an extensive array of play apps available to ensure that your pet is never bored.

At Greyhounds As Pets we deal with hundreds of pet owners on a daily basis. Speaking with owners, we understand the important role that their pets have within the family. Many believe that technology has given them a better understanding of their pet’s needs, while others praise the flexibility and convenience that apps and technology offer them. For example, you can now manage your pet’s meals through your smartphone or tablet, controlling when, how much and how often they eat. We created this infographic to inform and educate pet owners on the excellent selection of apps and wearables tech for your pets now available for pets.

Tech For Your Pets : Apps and Gadgets Infographic

Tech For Your Pets : Apps and Gadgets Infographic

Guest Author : Tom Clarke is the Marketing Manager at a not-for-profit organisation called Greyhounds As Pets. They adopt and foster retired greyhounds into loving homes. He is an avid an animal lover, and enjoys researching and creating content that like-minded animal lovers may find interesting. He created the creator of this “Tech For Your Pets” infographic for animal-lovers, and anyone with an interest in technology, to enjoy.



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7 thoughts on “Tech For Your Pets : Apps and Gadgets Infographic

    • Haha! Did I start something? I’m not very ‘techy” and I don’t have a smart phone, so I don’t have any of these gadgets. I like to be hands-on anyway. All that stuff is over my head. Part of being in the older crown, I guess. I glad you visited my blog today! Peace

  1. Cool infographic & awesome apps. I am going to tell a friend in Sydney about Pawclub. (Wish it were available in the US.)

    • Hey, C.J., nice to see you here again! Yep, cool information. A little too much for my brain to take in, though. I have to ask the little kids next door when I want something explained to me like I’m 5. Works every time. 🙂

    • I didn’t realize it either, Scott. I’m not very ‘techy’ and I don’t have a smart phone, so I’m afraid I’m a little behind the times. 🙂 Thanks for visiting my blog today! 🙂

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