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A survey that determined that ARGENTINA is the country with the most pets per inhabitant in the world!
We know that the old man is very mascot , although it is clear that we are more than that, we are lovers of all living things with which we can share our lives and who can give and receive affection.
In 2016 there was a survey that determined that ARGENTINA IS THE MOST PETS COUNTRY IN THE WORLD ! Followed by Mexico, Russia and the United States. 80% of Argentines have at least one pet , but many of these homes have up to two and more. It is also detailed that more than 65% have dogs and just over 30% choose cats. The survey was conducted by GfK SE, a multinational market research company.
We treat them as part of our family, with the same rights, attention and affection that any of us would receive. They are no longer left, as before, in the backyard, eating the leftovers of our meals, bathing when it rains, taking it to the vet only as a last resort, etc. Customs that luckily looked good in the past.
Now they sleep next to us with their own beds or with us... they eat foods especially balanced and balanced in nutrition, they go to the vet periodically, we vaccinate them always, we give them antiparasitic, anti fleas , we take x-rays, ultrasounds, we operate when needed, we take them to hairdressers specializing in cuts by breed, we bathe them with special shampoos, we dress them, we put them beautiful accessories, we identify them with chip or special dyes, we scented them, we place specific products on them to improve your hair.
Because of this love/fanaticism we have for them, the service market has had to adapt to meet so much demand. Or is it not common to see in all the new Pet Shop neighborhoods and dog hairdressers opening their doors? Also logically, the various municipalities of CABA, urban and interior have understood, in many cases, that this demographic explosion of pets must be accompanied by policies that are consistent, norms, provisions, vaccination campaigns, castration, signage so that to comply with their owners in squares and green spaces.
So, you know, Argentines as pet fans don't get beat by anyone.
Publication Date: 18/06/2018
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