Pet ownership in relation to disposable income per capita 2007-2012

United States: pet ownership in relation to disposable income per capita from 2007 to 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2012
Pet ownership in relation to disposable income per capita 2007-2012 This statistic shows the pet ownership in relation to the disposable income per capita in the United States from 2007 to 2012*. In 2007, the disposable income per capita was 32,713 U.S. dollars, while 163 million cats and dogs lived in American households. In 2009, the disposable income decreased to 32,143 U.S. dollars, while the number of pets increased to 171 million.
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United States: pet ownership in relation to disposable income per capita from 2007 to 2012

YearPer capita disposable income (in U.S. dollars)Cats and dogs owned as pets (in millions)
200732,713163
200833,197165
201132,595180
2012*32,856184
YearPer capita disposable income (in U.S. dollars)Cats and dogs owned as pets (in millions)
200732,713163
200833,197165
201132,595180
2012*32,856184
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 1, 2012
This statistic shows the pet ownership in relation to the disposable income per capita in the United States from 2007 to 2012*. In 2007, the disposable income per capita was 32,713 U.S. dollars, while 163 million cats and dogs lived in American households. In 2009, the disposable income decreased to 32,143 U.S. dollars, while the number of pets increased to 171 million.
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