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EnergyDecentral

EnergyDecentral

Hannover, Germany
12 Nov 2024 - 15 Nov 2024
Pferd & Jagd

Pferd & Jagd

Hannover, Germany
5 Dec 2024 - 8 Dec 2024
JAGD & HUND

JAGD & HUND

Dortmund, Germany
28 Jan 2025 - 2 Feb 2025
EQUITANA

EQUITANA

Essen, Germany
6 Mar 2025 - 12 Mar 2025
Pferd Bodensee

Pferd Bodensee

Friedrichshafen, Germany
27 Feb 2026 - 1 Mar 2026
Interzoo

Interzoo

Nurnberg, Germany
12 May 2026 - 15 May 2026
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230.00 EUR
Germany is among the significant segments of the European pet industry. This is due to several contributors. These include the country having a substantial number of pets. It also has a high concentration of pet owners among the population. For instance, the country has over 34 000 000 pets. This is due to more than 46% of German households having at least one companion animal. This results in the country featuring over 15 000 000 cats, more than 10 000 000 dogs, and over 3 600 000 pet birds. Its pet population likewise includes over 2 200 000 aquaria pets, more than 1 300 000 ornamental fish, over 1 200 000 terraria pets and more than 4 800 000 other small pets. As a result, the country features a highly developed and high-value pet industry. This includes four significant segments: pet food, pet healthcare, pet accessories, and pet grooming. Of the four, pet food is among the sector’s most highly valued. This is due to pet owners placing a high focus on nutrition, particularly protein-rich diets, for maintaining the health of pets. The segment has generated a revenue of more than 5 000 000 000 EUR in recent years as a result. This is followed by the pet healthcare and pet grooming segments as the second most high-value contributors to the German pet industry. The sector often implements innovations to continue providing high value and quality. This ensures that it will remain competitive by being up-to-date on the latest challenges. Generally, it presents its novel solutions during annual and biannual trade expositions. Such events attract hundreds of thousands of participants to diverse cities.