According to findings in Credence Research, Inc.’s report “Global Small Animals Respiratory Diseases Treatment Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Pipeline Analysis, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast, 2016 – 2024,” the small animals respiratory diseases treatment market is expected to grow. In 2015, the market was valued at more than $18.35 million. By 2024, that figure is expected to go up to approximately $23.06 million, according to wdrb.com.
According to WDRB, this rise in the small animals respiratory disease market in North America can be attributed to an increase of air pollution, the upward trend of obesity in pets, an increase in dog/cat ownership, lack of sanitation and “rising awareness associated with the well-being of small animals.”
The most common repository diseases for small animals are allergic pneumonitis, canine influenza, rhinitis and sinusitis and tonsillitis, according to WDRB. “Coughing or dyspnoea with common disorders such as brachycephalic syndrome, laryngeal paralysis, tracheal collapse and feline asthma syndrome,” are some of the most common symptoms of a repository disease.
A briefing of the “Global Small Animals Respiratory Diseases Treatment Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Pipeline Analysis, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast, 2016 – 2024” report can be read here.
The original WDRB article can be read here.