We Americans love our pets. I read an interesting figure the other day: the American Pet Products Association reported that in 2011, Americans spent $50.96 billion – that’s billion with a b – on their pets. It’s the first time in history that our country’s pet spending has crossed the $50 billion threshold. According to the APPA report, most of the spending was on basics like veterinary care and food. However, between 2010 and 2011, there was an increase in spending on services like grooming, … [Read more...] about Americans Are Spending More On Their Pets – What Does This Mean For Your Practice?