The Middle East and Africa pet care market are growing continuously as the number of pet adoption is increasing in these regions. Many improvements have been brought into the pet care segments apart from the cure for sickness and injuries. In certain countries of the Middle East and Africa, pet accessories, grooming, and healthcare are considered a premium segment. Owners want their pets to have a great time and connect with different creatures during the day, regardless of whether it is while they work or just to give pets’ additional time.
According to the recently published report of Bonafide Research, "Middle-East & Africa Pet Care (Food, Grooming, Accessories & Healthcare) Market Outlook, 2025", the combine pet care market revenue of the Middle East and Africa is expected to approach USD 7 Billion by the end of the year 2025. The pet care market in the Middle East has always focused on innovations and improvement of products. The e-commerce platforms, which provides a huge variety at a discounted rate with a quick comparison in no time is now winning over the market share of the traditional retail shops.
African pet care market will also see a boom in a few years. The Middle East and African market are available with new trends and drivers, which are forcing the industry to do continuous innovation. An increase in the adoption rate has to lead the pet care market to grow in every segment such as pet food, grooming, accessories, and healthcare market. The continuous improvement and innovation in the quality of the products have increased the demand in the market.
The millennial pet owners are likely to use the technology and the applications to keep track of their pets. This allows the pet lovers to monitor health, nutritional intake, and playtime within matter of just few taps on their smart phones. The built-in calendars alert them to routine care provided by pet care service companies. These items appeal to affluent owners who spend considerable time away from home and want to ensure that their pets are being adequately fed and stimulated.