Pet Industry = Recession Proof

‘For the Dogs’ Has a Whole New Meaning

At an exposition in Orlando, Fla., Debbie Bohlken sold her company's dog treats, which taste like ginger snaps. Americans spent $55 billion on pets last year. Gary Bogdon for The New York Times.

By ANDREW MARTIN (NYT)
Published: June 4, 2011
The pet industry has proved remarkably resilient to the downturn, as humans buy gourmet meals and bottled water for dogs. Read morehttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/05/business/05pets.html

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