BILLINGHAM, England — “The Pet Market — Market Assessment 2007” conducted by NEMS Market Research here found that the pet market is forecast to grow slowly over the next five years, with pet insurance predicted to be the best-performing sector to 2011. The number of pet owners is falling due to the trend toward smaller households and busier lifestyles. A more positive trend for the overall market is that pet owners are becoming increasingly likely to want to indulge their pets just as ...

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