APPA

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AcronymDefinition
APPAAmerican Public Power Association
APPAAmerican Public Power Association (Washington, DC)
APPAAmerican Pet Products Association (Greenwich, CT)
APPAAmerican Probation and Parole Association
APPAAssociation of Higher Education Facilities Officers
APPAAntitrust Procedures and Penalties Act
APPAAssociation of Physical Plant Administrators
APPAAssociation pour la Prévention de la Pollution Atmosphérique (French: Association for the Prevention of Air Pollution)
APPAAppalachian National Scenic Trail (US National Park Service)
APPAAction for Peace through Prayer and Aid
APPAAfrican Petroleum Producers' Association
APPAAmerican Psychopathological Association
APPAAmerican Professional Practice Association
APPAAntigua Planned Parenthood Association (International Planned Parenthood Federation)
APPAAlberta Professional Photographers Association (Canada)
APPAAssociation of Philippine Physicians in America
APPAArt in Public Places Advisory (Los Alamos, NM)
APPAAndhra Pradesh Police Academy (Andhra Pradesh State, India)
APPAAmerican Paintball Players Association
APPAAlabama Peanut Producers Association
APPAAnti Plug Pullers Association (gaming)
APPAArkansas Pork Producers Association
APPAAtlantic Professional Photographers Association
APPAAmerican Power Plant Association
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According to the American Pet Products Association, pet owners spent $66.
The American Pet Products Association (APPA) announced that pet ownership is up, with Gen Y/ Millennial passing Baby Boomers as majority pet owners by three points.
Approximately 74 percent of millennial "pet parents," as the pet care industry likes to call them, own a dog, while nearly 50 percent own a cat, states the American Pet Products Association (APPA).
Something else to chew on: The American Pet Products Association reports that Americans spent more than $60 billion on pets in 2015.
The American Pet Products Association (APPA) announced at its recent annual trade show that overall spending in the pet industry last year topped a record $60.
The pet humanization trend is alive and well and continues to drive growth at the premium end of the market," says Bob Vetere, president and CEO of the American Pet Products Association, which issued the annual industry report.
According to a 2015-2016 American Pet Products Association (APPA) survey, around 79.
7 million homes--owned a pet, according to the American Pet Products Association.
Extending its lineup to accommodate the needs of cat owners should allow Wahl to significantly expand its marketing opportunities: The American Pet Products Association (APPA) estimates that between 30% and 37% of U.
According to the American Pet Products Association, almost 56 billion dollars was spent on pet products in the United States in 2013, with almost 23 billion dollars being spent on pet food alone.
7 million--American households housing a pet, according to a recent survey by the American Pet Products Association.
With estimates from the American Pet Products Association that over 62% of American households have pets - some 80 million dogs and 96 million cats - along with other fur, finned, scaled, and feathered creatures, Barnes, who has had a parade of cats, dogs, rabbits, and guinea pigs her whole life, understands all too well that they are far more than just pets - they are beloved family members that can often live for 15 years or longer, depending on the breed and species.
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