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BREAKING:Pyrogen Testing Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2024

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LONDON, April 6, 2017 /360WiseNews/ — Global Pyrogen Testing Market: Overview

This report on the global pyrogen testing market analyzes the current and future prospects of the market. The report comprises an elaborate executive summary, including a market snapshot that provides overall information of various segments and sub-segments.
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The research is a combination of primary and secondary research. Primary research formed the bulk of our research efforts along with information collected from telephonic interviews and interactions via e-mails. Secondary research involved study of company websites, annual reports, press releases, stock analysis presentations, and various international and national databases. The report provides market size in terms of US$ Mn for each segment for the period from 2014 to 2024, considering the macro and micro environmental factors. Growth rates for each segment within the global pyrogen testing market have been determined after a thorough analysis of past trends, demographics, future trends, technological developments, and regulatory requirements.

Global Pyrogen Testing Market: Scope

A detailed qualitative analysis of factors responsible for driving and restraining market growth and future opportunities has been provided in the market overview section. This section of the report also includes market attractiveness analysis that provides a thorough analysis of the overall competitive scenario in the global pyrogen testing market. Keep Reading

Animal Dermatology Clinic Pasadena is home to a new treatment that could signal relief for pets

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PASADENA, Calif., March 2, 2017 /360WiseNews/ — Animal Dermatology Clinic (ADC) Pasadena is now offering a new treatment that speeds up the healing process for pets, with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). Introduced in human medicine as the primary treatment for decompression sickness after diving, hyperbaric oxygen therapy delivers a high oxygen concentration, combined with increased air pressure in the chamber, allowing oxygen to diffuse into the tissues to advance the healing process.

ADC Pasadena remains on the forefront of innovating its practice by currently being the only dermatology specialist in the world to offer this state-of-the-art equipment in-house. This new technology enhances ADC’s years of experience and advancements in clinical research which will further its impact on the future of veterinary dermatology. These contributions to the veterinary community will continue to demonstrate ADC’s commitment to excellence in patient care.

The use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in veterinary medicine has been used to heal a variety of medical conditions through a noninvasive treatment that delivers 100-percent oxygen under pressure. It has been very effective for non-healing wounds, burns, deep tissue infections, bone infections, decubital ulcers, vasculitis, and post-surgical recovery. Keep Reading

7 Innovative Petcare Products With Human Grade Designs

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The line between products for humans and products for dogs & cats are blurring much to the delight of pet owners nationwide

ROCKVILLE, Md., March 1, 2017 /360WiseNews/ — American pet owners are spending more than ever on petcare products and services, to the tune of $80 billion in 2016, and when it comes to caring for pets, time is money. No surprise then that U.S. pet owners are willing to spend big on products that promise to save them time, according to market research publisher Packaged Facts in the report Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S.

Products designed to make petcare more efficient are all the rage, the ultimate being those able to lift the petcare burden altogether. From self-cleaning litter boxes to automated feeders and waterers to smart collars with Bluetooth monitoring capabilities, today’s petcare products are increasingly expected to also provide a service.  In proprietary surveys of U.S. pet owners conducted by Packaged Facts, “product will save time/make my life easier” is a top purchase motivator for automated products including litter boxes, feeders, waterers, toys, training devices, pet doors, and many other categories.

At least much as the needs of the pet, the needs of pet owners are shaping petcare marketing and R&D.  The same can be said for pet owners’ desires. Pretty much across the board of durable petcare categories—and especially for those intersecting with fashion or home décor—pet owners confess to factoring in purchase motivators including “prestige/fashion appeal” and “appearance/style.” In other words, in today’s market, the emotional needs and aspirations of pet owners are at least as important as that other ubiquitous purchase motivator,” my pet will love it.” As with everything else, when it comes to the pet products they buy, Americans want it all—high quality and good price, form and function, and goods that please pet and person.

Homing in on product innovation and consumer preferences, Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S. examines all of these trends, breaking out this $3.7 billion market into seven categories:

  • Toys, including cat scratchers and play furniture, where products are adopting human forms, interactive/training toys, self-entertaining toys, revamped plushes, natural/eco-friendly options, and high-tech features.
  • Beds, where durability, ease of cleaning, and comfort combine with trends including innovative designs (think raised edges and tenting), temperature control, portability/travel, fashion/humanization, and natural/eco-friendly.
  • Carriers, crates, and housing, a category in which travel friendliness cannot be overestimated, along with fashion and style, with many pet owners seeking out items that serve as a fashion accessory and/or complete their home décor.
  • Collars, harnesses, leashes (including training products), where pet owners’ interest in product quality and safety are driving the proliferation of items designed to protect pets and their people from injury while making walking ever more convenient and stylish.
  • Bowls, feeders, waterers (manual and automatic) including food storage, where new products are alleviating neck strain, improving digestion, and maximizing comfort and convenience while adding a stylish look to pet owners’ homes.
  • Apparel/fashion accessories, a category previously seasonal in nature is now offering year-round options including a lot more functional gear.
  • Litter boxes and accessories including scoops, mats, waste disposal systems, and litter additives, where performance and convenience are the watchwords and automation and more attractive designs are coming on strong.

About the Report

Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S.—a first edition report covers pet Toys; Beds; Carriers, Crates, & Housing; Collars, Leashes, & Harnesses; Bowls, Feeders, & Waterers; Apparel & Fashion Accessories; and Litter Boxes & Accessories. In the report, Packaged Facts quantifies the market as a whole as well as category by category, calculating historical compound annual growth rates for 2011 vs. 2016 and projected growth rates for 2016 vs. 2021. Through custom surveying in Packaged Facts’ own National Pet Owner Surveys, it cuts to the core of consumer preferences in each category by compiling responses to questions.

View additional information about Durable Dog and Cat Petcare Products in the U.S., including purchase options, the abstract, table of contents, and related reports at Packaged Facts’ website:    Keep Reading

Pet Pros Push Safe Pets Bill

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Industry Standards Measure Protects Consumers and Codifies Best Practices

SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Feb. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ 360WiseNews |– An association of pet industry professionals championed legislation that would establish best practices and uniform standards throughout Illinois. The Best Practices and Uniform Standards to Ensure Consumer Protection and Safe Pets Bill is designed to create transparency in the sourcing of animals to help screen out puppy mills and other bad actors. The bill introduced Friday prohibits all pet stores and dealers from acquiring dogs and cats from commercial breeders not licensed by the USDA, and requires sellers to micro-chip all dogs and cats. The bill further aims to reduce shelter populations by enabling pet stores and rescues to reclaim dogs/cats sold that are given up by owners and to re-home the animals.

“This Bill will protect consumers while ensuring that pet stores, suppliers, dealers, breeders and operators of shelters and rescues are working in concert to document the source, health and well-being of pets,” said IL Senator Mike Hastings (D-19-Tinley Park), co-sponsor of the bill SB1882. “The purpose of this bill is twofold,” added co-sponsor of HB2824 IL Rep Jerry Costello, II (D-116-Belleville). “It improves upon previous efforts to eliminate Puppy Mills while ensuring that consumer rights are protected and best practices are maintained statewide.” Keep Reading

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