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Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc   (WOOF)
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    Sector  Retail    Industry Specialty Retail
   Industry Specialty Retail
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Price: $2.6000 $0.00 0.000%
Day's High: $2.65 Week Perf: 4 %
Day's Low: $ 2.53 30 Day Perf: 8.79 %
Volume (M): 2,199 52 Wk High: $ 10.76
Volume (M$): $ 5,717 52 Wk Avg: $6.02
Open: $2.65 52 Wk Low: $2.34



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 696
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 268
 Employees -
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 6,158
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -1,225
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -9
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 242

Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc
We are a leading national animal healthcare company operating in the United States and Canada. We provide veterinary services and diagnostic testing to support veterinary care, we sell diagnostic imaging equipment and other medical technology products and related services to the veterinary market.

Our animal hospitals offer a full range of general medical and surgical services for companion animals, as well as specialized treatments including advanced diagnostic services, internal medicine, oncology, ophthalmology, dermatology and cardiology. In addition, we provide pharmaceutical products and perform a variety of pet wellness programs including health examinations, diagnostic testing, routine vaccinations, spaying, neutering and dental care.

Our network of veterinary diagnostic laboratories provides sophisticated testing and consulting services used by veterinarians in the detection, diagnosis, evaluation, monitoring, treatment and prevention of diseases and other conditions affecting animals. Our network of veterinary diagnostic laboratories provides diagnostic testing for over 17,000 clients, which includes standard animal hospitals, large animal practices, universities and other government organizations.

Our Medical Technology business sells digital radiography, ultrasound imaging equipment, and other advanced imaging/diagnostic modalities, in addition provides education and training on the use of that equipment, and provides consulting and mobile imaging services.

Our pet services business primarily franchises a premier provider of pet services including dog day care, overnight boarding, grooming and other ancillary services at specially designed pet care facilities, principally under the trademark Camp Bow Wow®. Camp Bow Wow also operates several corporate-owned facilities.

According to American Pet Products Association, Inc’s. (“APPA”) 2015-2016 APPA National Pet Owners Survey, the United States population of companion animals is approximately 185 million, including about 164 million dogs and cats. APPA estimates that approximately $35 billion was spent in the United States on pets in 2015 for veterinary care, supplies, medicine and boarding and grooming. The survey indicated that the ownership of pets is widespread with approximately 80 million, or 65%, of U.S. households owning at least one pet, including companion and other animals. Specifically, 54 million households owned at least one dog and 43 million households owned at least one cat.

We believe that among pet owners there is a growing awareness of pet health and wellness, including the benefits of preventive care and specialized services. As technology continues to migrate from the human healthcare sector into the practice of veterinary medicine, more sophisticated treatments, diagnostic tests and equipment are becoming available to treat companion animals. These new and increasingly complex procedures, diagnostic tests, including laboratory testing and advanced imaging, and pharmaceuticals are gaining wider acceptance as pet owners are exposed to these previously unconsidered treatment programs through their exposure with this technology in human healthcare, and through literature and marketing programs sponsored by large pharmaceutical and pet nutrition companies.

Even as treatments available in veterinary medicine become more complex, prices for veterinary services typically remain a low percentage of a pet owner’s income, facilitating payment at the time of service. Unlike the human healthcare industry, providers of veterinary services are not dependent on third-party payers in order to collect fees. As such, providers of veterinary services typically do not have the problems of extended payment collection cycles or pricing pressures from third-party payers faced by human healthcare providers. Outsourced laboratory testing and diagnostic equipment sales are wholesale businesses that collect payments directly from animal hospitals under standard industry payment terms. Fees for services provided in our animal hospitals are due at the time of service.

The practice of veterinary medicine is subject to seasonal fluctuation. In particular, demand for veterinary services is significantly higher during the warmer months because pets spend a greater amount of time outdoors, where they are more likely to be injured and are more susceptible to disease and parasites. In addition, use of veterinary services may be affected by levels of infestation of fleas, heartworms and ticks, and the number of daylight hours.

Animal healthcare is provided predominately by the veterinarian practicing as a sole practitioner, or as part of a larger group practice or hospital. Veterinarians diagnose and treat animal illnesses and injuries, perform surgeries, provide routine medical exams and prescribe medication. Some veterinarians specialize by type of medicine, such as orthopedics, dentistry, ophthalmology or dermatology. Others focus on a particular type of animal. The principal factors in a pet owner’s decision as to which veterinarian to use include convenient location and hours, personal recommendations, reasonable fees and quality of care.

We have estimated that there are over 26,000 companion animal hospitals operating at the end of 2015. Although most animal hospitals are single-site, sole-practitioner facilities, we believe veterinarians are gravitating toward larger, multi-doctor animal hospitals that provide state-of-the-art facilities, treatments, methods and pharmaceuticals to enhance the services they can provide their clients.

Well-capitalized animal hospital operators have the opportunity to supplement their internal growth with selective acquisitions. We believe the extremely fragmented animal hospital industry is consolidating due to:


the choice of some owners of animal hospitals to diversify their investment portfolio by selling all or a portion of their investment in the animal hospital;


the purchasing, marketing and administrative cost advantages that can be realized by a large, multiple location, multi-doctor veterinary provider;
the cost of financing equipment purchases and upgrading technology necessary for a successful practice;

the desire of veterinarians to focus on practicing veterinary medicine, rather than spending large portions of their time performing the administrative tasks necessary to operate an animal hospital; and

the appeal to many veterinarians of the benefits and flexible work schedule that is not typically available to a sole practitioner or single-site provider.

Veterinarians use laboratory tests to diagnose and monitor illnesses and conditions through the detection of substances in urine, tissue, fecal and blood samples, and other specimens. As is the case with the physician treating a human patient, laboratory diagnostic testing is becoming a routine diagnostic tool used by the veterinarian.

Veterinary laboratory tests are performed primarily at veterinary diagnostic laboratories, universities or at animal hospitals using on-site diagnostic equipment. For certain tests, on-site diagnostic equipment can provide more timely results than outside laboratories, but this in-house testing requires the animal hospital or veterinarian to purchase or lease the equipment, maintain and calibrate the equipment periodically to avoid testing errors, employ trained personnel to operate it and purchase testing supplies. Conversely, veterinary diagnostic laboratories can provide a wider range of tests than generally are available on-site at most animal hospitals and do not require any up-front investment on the part of the animal hospital or veterinarian. Leading veterinary diagnostic laboratories also employ highly trained individuals who specialize in the detection and diagnosis of diseases and thus are a valuable resource for the veterinarian.

Our laboratories offer a broad spectrum of standard and customized tests to the veterinary market, convenient sample pick-up times, rapid test reporting and access to professional consulting services provided by trained specialists. Providing the customer with this level of service at competitive prices requires high throughput volumes due to the operating leverage associated with the laboratory business. As a result, larger laboratories are likely to have a competitive advantage relative to smaller laboratories.

We believe that the outsourced laboratory testing market is an integral segment of the animal healthcare industry as a result of:

the emphasis in veterinary education on diagnostic tests and the trend toward specialization in veterinary medicine, which are causing veterinarians to increasingly rely on tests for more accurate diagnoses;

the continued technological developments in veterinary medicine, which are increasing the breadth of tests offered; and

the continued focus on wellness, early detection and monitoring programs in veterinary medicine.

Our business strategy is to continue expanding our market leadership in animal healthcare through our Animal Hospital, Laboratory, Medical Technology and Camp Bow Wow operating segments. Key elements to our strategy include:

Capitalizing on our Leading Market Position to Generate Revenue Growth. Our leading market position in the animal hospital, veterinary laboratory and pet services franchising markets positions us to capitalize on favorable growth trends in the animal healthcare industry. In our animal hospitals, we seek to generate revenue growth by capitalizing on the growing emphasis on pet health and wellness. In our laboratories, we seek to generate revenue growth by taking advantage of the growing number of outsourced diagnostic tests, the opportunities to expand the testing that we provide and by increasing our market share. We continually educate veterinarians on new and existing technologies and tests available to diagnose medical conditions. Further, we leverage the knowledge of our specialists by providing veterinarians with extensive client support in utilizing and understanding these diagnostic tests. Our Medical Technology business seeks to leverage our strengths in the broader veterinary markets by introducing technologies, products and services to the veterinary market. We seek to generate revenue growth by increasing our market share and educating veterinarians on better utilization of new and existing technologies. In our Camp Bow Wow business, we provide an all-day, full-service offering, including large outdoor and indoor play areas, spacious cabins, comfortable cots, live webcams and Certified Camp Counselors. More importantly, we provide assurance to owners that their pets will be in a safe, happy and loved environment. Our Home Buddies programs provide dog walking, pet sitting, in-home webcam rentals, pet waste cleanup and other ancillary services. Our Home Buddies programs provide reward-based dog training including obedience classes, private sessions and advanced behavior modification. We use certified trainers to help dogs deal with aggression towards people and other animals, fence fighting, leash reactivity and separation anxiety. We plan to leverage Camp Bow Wows and VCAs existing customer bases and facilities to cross-promote VCA and Camp Bow Wow services.

Leveraging Established Infrastructure to Improve Margins. We intend to leverage our established Animal Hospital and Laboratory infrastructure to increase our operating margins. Due to our established networks and the fixed cost nature of our business model, we are able to realize high margins on incremental revenue from Animal Hospital and Laboratory customers. For example, given that our nationwide transportation network servicing our Laboratory customers is a relatively fixed cost, we are able to achieve significantly higher margins on most incremental tests ordered by the same customer when picked up by our couriers at the same time.

Utilizing Enterprise-Wide Information Systems to Improve Operating Efficiencies. Our Laboratory and the majority of our Animal Hospital operations utilize enterprise-wide management information systems. We believe that these common systems enable us to more effectively manage the key operating metrics that drive our business. With the aid of these systems, we seek to standardize pricing, expand the services we provide and increase volume through targeted marketing programs.

Pursuing Selected Acquisitions. The fragmentation of the animal hospital industry provides us with significant expansion opportunities in our Animal Hospital segment. Depending upon the attractiveness of the candidates and the strategic fit with our existing operations, we intend to acquire independent animal hospitals each year. Our overall acquisition strategy involves the identification of high-quality practices in both domestic and international markets, where we can create additional value through the services and scale we can provide. Our typical candidate mirrors the profile of our existing animal hospital base. These acquisitions will be used to both expand existing markets and to enter into new geographic areas. In addition, we also evaluate the acquisition of animal hospital chains, laboratories or related businesses if favorable opportunities are presented. We intend primarily to use cash in our acquisitions but, depending on the timing and amount of our acquisitions, we may use stock or debt.

 



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   Company Phone Number: 453-7845   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ WOOF
   WOOF is expected to report next financial results on March 27, 2024.


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Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc

Petco Health And Wellness Surges with Stability: Steadfast Performance During Fiscal Period Ending October 28, 2023



Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc, a leading player in the Specialty Retail sector, has experienced a significant decline in its stock performance and financial results. Despite the overall growth in the Specialty Retail industry, Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc witnessed a drastic deterioration in demand, resulting in a substantial deficit in its recent financial interval. This article will explore the implications of these financial struggles and wonder how they will impact the company's future prospects.
1. Declining stock performance:
Over the past week, Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc's stock plummeted by -5.73%, further exacerbating its year-to-date performance, which now stands at a staggering -60.65%. This alarming decline indicates significant investor concerns and raises questions about the company's ability to rebound in the near future.

Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc

Petco Health And Wellness Company Reports Significant Growth in Q2 2023, Despite Narrow Deficit of -$0.05

Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc has experienced a challenging fiscal second quarter of 2023, reporting a shortfall per share of $-0.05 compared to $0.05 in the same period the previous year. Despite this, the company saw its revenue increase by 3.323% to $1.53 billion.
In the prior reporting season, the Specialty Retail company achieved revenue of $1.56 billion and a bottom line of $-0.01 per share. However, for the fiscal second quarter of 2023, Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc recorded a net loss of $-14.606 million, a significant decrease compared to the earnings of $13.456 million in the same period a year before.

Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc

Petco Health and Wellness Records Q1 2023 Deficit Despite 5.414% Revenue Growth

Investors in Petco Health And Wellness Company Inc. may have been disappointed to hear that the company slipped into a loss of $-0.01 per share for the first quarter of 2023. This is compared to a profit of $0.09 per share in the same period a year before, while earnings per share fell from $0.12 to -$0.01. The quarter ending March 31, 2023 saw revenue grow by 5.414%, bringing in $1.56 billion, up from $1.48 billion in the same period the year before. However, sequentially revenue decreased by -1.397%, from $1.58 billion.
For the first quarter of 2023, Petco logged a net loss of $-1.892 million, a stark difference from the net income of $23.802 million achieved in the same period in 2022. Operating earnings took a significant hit at -44.7%, falling to $27.617 million and causing a squeeze on Petco's operating margin, which reduced from 3.38% to 1.77%.






 

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