International Dog Day 2023: Indian pet startups inaugurated

Date - 27/08/2023  Written - Narendra Dudhwa

The Indian pet care market with a valuation of $569.4 million in 2022 is a small fraction of the global $235 billion market.

However, it is one of the highly developed markets with an estimated CAGR of 16.5 per cent.

On International Dog Day (August 26), let's look at some pet care startups.

Head Up for Tails (HUFT) by Rashi Narang started retail in 2008 from a small kiosk in Select City Mall, Delhi.

will enter the world of digital petcare services from Bengaluru-based Supertels, founded by Varun Sadanah, Vineet Khanna and Aman Tekriwal.

'Doggy Dabbe', founded by Rasi Shah Kuchru, describes itself as a 'health home for your dogs and cats'. They have prepared a variety of freeze dried/fresh food and special treats

Mohit Lalwani named his pet care company 'Captain Jack' after his dog Captain Jack.

Sploot, founded by Garima Kaushal and Arnav Sahni, aims to create a community for pet parents to connect with other pet parents and experts.

With the features of Paw Perfect, you will see a platform for pet owners to provide specialized solutions for the diverse day-to-day needs of pets.

2018 will see the helm of Wiggles, founded by Raj V Iyer and Anushka, a company that 'listens to every bark, meow, chirping and word that pets and their people say'

'Just Dogs' pet care retailer founded by Purvi and Ashish Anthony in 2011 is now with 42 stores across 16 cities in India,

Scoopy Scrubs was founded in 2007 by Sanjeev Kumar and his wife Preeti, banker-turned-entrepreneurs.

Headquartered in Delhi, Scoopy Scrubs is a pet grooming parlor/salon and pet store chain based in India.

Click Below To See Next Web Stories