Do You Spoil Your Pet?
If you're like us, you buy your dog Christmas presents, and we're definitely not alone in this. Pet owners make up almost HALF of all households in the US and most buy all sorts of gifts and stocking stuffers for their furry family members.
PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) recently released their 2016 holiday spending forecast – and one of the areas they took a look at was how much people plan to spend on their pets this holiday season.
They found that pet owners will likely spend an average of $62 on their pets, although millennials will likely outspend everyone else at $81 each, followed closely by Gen X at $79, families with children at $71, and single people at $70.
We all knew we spoiled our furry family members and now we know just how much!
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