Pet owners in America are facing a wave of uncertainty and uncertainty from government, as they seek to navigate the transition from a pet ownership model to a fully-fledged human-powered economy.
Here’s what you need know.
Read moreThe pet industry has become a major source of employment in the United States, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which administers the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), has been trying to make sure that pets aren’t over-represented in the workforce.
In 2016, it announced it would cut pet-related jobs in its workforce of about 10,000 people, or 2 percent of its workforce, as part of a broader effort to modernize the agency.
But the administration has also been slow to embrace the industry, in part because it has faced intense pressure from the pet industry to make pet ownership a more permanent fixture in American life.
Last week, the administration released a plan to address that pushback.
The administration announced a plan that would bring the pet trade into the workforce and encourage pet owners to take on more full-time jobs, like cleaning, landscaping, and other household chores, and it outlined how the administration would use the $1.8 trillion in federal funding earmarked for pet food and pet supplies over the next decade to encourage pet ownership and economic growth.
The plan was a major step toward the broader goal of making pet ownership “part of the fabric of American life.”
In its press release announcing the plan, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) said that pet ownership was a “critical component” of the housing market and would help build homes that would “be affordable for all.”
But HUD also cautioned that pet owners would need to take some of the steps outlined in the plan.
“Many pet owners are already paying rent on their properties and will have to do so on a monthly basis as well as paying a portion of their mortgage for any new home built in their community,” the agency wrote.
Some states, including Pennsylvania and California, are considering a similar policy, but many others are still waiting to see if the federal government will take up the issue.
Meanwhile, pet ownership is also being put at risk in many parts of the country, according to the Humane Society of the United State, which tracks animal abuse and neglect.
In 2017, the organization reported that it had more than 40,000 active cases of cruelty to animals nationwide.
Many of the people who abuse animals in this country are the people we want to have as pets, and we’re seeing that with the growing numbers of people who are turning to the pet ownership industry as a career option.
While there is no clear consensus on what kind of a future for the pet business in America looks like, the federal administration has been making a concerted effort to attract pet owners as a means of providing a steady source of jobs.
As part of the push to encourage more pet ownership, the government announced in 2017 that it was supporting research on the health effects of pet ownership.
Pet owners can also make an informed decision about their financial support.
A 2017 study by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) found that pets can be a good financial investment for most households, as the financial benefits outweigh the financial costs.
At the same time, there are concerns about the impact of pet owners on the environment and on the animal and plant health of the environment, which could lead to the loss of habitat for animals.
Pets can also serve as a valuable resource for the environment.
According to the AVMA, there is enough research on pet-friendly buildings to fill a textbook, and research shows that pet-free buildings are more sustainable than buildings with pets.
Ultimately, however, the pet owners who are embracing pet ownership in the U