VetPlus Survey Results

Posted 15/03/2016 Tags:
VetPlus Survey Results 2016

Recently VetPlus conducted a survey of 1,500 dog and cat owners.  The study was designed to understand the difference between dog and cat owners, with a focus on what drives them towards contacting their vet.

The survey found some stark differences between dog and cat owners, including:

  • Dog owners spend on average £60 a month on their pet compared to £47 for cat owners
  • 11% of dog owners claim to be ‘extremely successful’, versus just 8% of cat owners
  • Cat owners appear to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle

For more information on the study, view the full write up on the Telegraph website.

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