Pet ownership has evolved into a form of parenthood and like any other moms and dads shopping the supermarket aisles, pet parents want only the best for their babies. Pet gifts, nutrition and accessories are in high demand, but supermarkets have to think like pet parents and merchandise animal supplies on human terms, retailers and other experts told SN. Eighty percent of dog owners, 63% of cat owners and 72% of bird owners buy gifts for their pets, according to the most recent shopper ...

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