We know people love their pets and we also know that the pet industry is closely following the baby industry in its overpriced indulgences. Now we all want to apply the same quality of care to our pets as we would to our family or ourselves.
With wellbeing products on the increase it’s no wonder the pet care industry is following suit. It’s not enough to just have a friendly pet or even a stylish pet, now you need a pet who can perform at optimum levels & reach his or her own personal potential. After all, you can’t be the fastest pup in the park if you’re not feeling your best now can you?
Whilst the pet care industry has already developed food for bone growth, weight loss & tooth protection – most food is limited to obvious functional benefits.
What about mood food for pets? Supplements or treats that address anger, stress or other negative behavioural issues. After all, no one wants a grumpy puppy or an A.D.D. hound.
Whatever you can get away with selling to people, you can almost certainly get away with selling for pets. It goes without saying that in the era of celebrity canines, anything goes. Better still, take the behavioural angle & sell it back to humans. Can you imagine a cereal that was targeted at teens to alleviate that grumpy
school morning attitude? With the right products, there’s no reason why everybody can’t play nice…