Sunday, January 10, 2016

Milk-Bone: Americans want to spend more time with their dogs in 2016

With millions of Americans either starting, maintaining or abandoning New Year’s Resolutions this week, Milk-Bone has released a survey that shows some resolutions that most want to keep — “wanting more quality time with their dog in 2016.”

According to the survey —  an original survey of 3,000 U.S. “pet parents” (in conjunction with Learndipity Data Insights) — more Americans than ever before have dog-related resolutions for the new year.

Top 10 most popular new year’s resolutions for pet parents:

--1. “I will spend more time with my dog.” 52%

--2. “I will help my dog to have better health and wellness.” 42%

--3. “I will take my dog on more trips with me.” 34%

--4. “I will brush my dog’s teeth regularly.” 31%

--5. “I will help my dog get essential vitamins and nutrients.” 30%

--6. “I will help my dog become less anxious and stressed.” 29%


--7. “I won’t feed my dog food from the dinner table.” 25%

--8. “I won’t leave my dog home alone for quite so long.” 23%

--9. “I will help my pet lose weight.” 21%

--10. “I will take my dog to dog training class.” 15%

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