Does it seem like there are more dog foods than ever available for your pet? If you answered "Yes," you are not alone. One reason there are so many choices is that the majority of U.S. households (68 percent) own a pet and spend an average of $300 annually on pet food and treats, according to the American Pet Product Association. Astonishingly, the pet food market is anticipated to reach $30 billion in 2022, reports Zion Market Research. Another reason for all the choices is that humans have been thinking about their own eating habits and, as a result, have transferred that concern to their pets. With pets being treated as members of families, what they eat becomes all the more important.
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