Dog Owner Audience Targeting

Polls based on Dog Owner specific focus groups: Not Dog Owner and Dog Owner

Polls with Dog Owner-specific Targeting

Check out 10 surveys targeting dog owner. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • I'm looking to test an ear wash solution for pets. This is an over the counter product for cleansing pet ears to help prevent infections. Which design would you be more likely to purchase?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • The first option has the best design and has a lot of useful info. I went with the ones that look the best and are useful to me.
    • I really liked the information on option A, they had all the items listed that the wash took care of and also the melon cucumber sounds like it would be soothing and cooling for the dog. Option B had the cucumber melon out front but not as much info. The c option was really not informative much at all.
    • They are all good designs. I am more concerned with how well the product works, honestly.
    • B is my top pick because it is clear what the product is for. Very important for the consumer in need.
    • The three circles are good and I like A's colors
  • I'm testing a new brand of an ear cleansing solution for pets. This is for an over the counter product for cleaning pets' ears, no prescription needed. Based upon the label design, which of these would you be more likely to buy? Assume same size please

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • I BELIEVE THIS PICTURE OF THE PRODUCT IS MORE COLORFUL AND CLEAR THEN THE OTHER.
    • Choice b is looking very nice and very clear.
    • A looks more friendly, but poor photoshop job, please step ur game up
    • Option B a new brand of an ear cleansing solution for pets. This is for an over the counter product for cleaning pets' ears, no prescription needed. Based upon the label design
    • A looks more natural and almost like a newer product. B looks like something you could find at any store and isn't very special.
  • Which design do you like more?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • More esthetically pleasing to the eye
    • I picked choose A because from the label the writing is more readable and the picture is appealing as well.
    • I chose A mostly because the layout is more relaxing to the eye. There is some white space for the eye to rest. In B, the whole label is covered, and the eye never gets a break.
    • I LIKE B BECAUSE THE DOGS ARE CUTER IS MORE WAYS. PLUS THE DETAILS ARE ALL THERE.
    • I like the way the label is laid out. It is easy to read and understand. I think you you took the supplement facts from B(which seems easier to read) and put them on A it would be perfect
  • Which mission statement is more appealing for a store aimed for pet lovers?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • A is simple and get's straight to the point. B while is very encouraging and reassuring of the animals I feel in my opinion it drags on for a bit and is a mouthful.
    • Although I love the idea of helping the environment and planting a tree, If I'm purchasing something related to pets, I would rather money go to help pet rescues.
    • The statement on this one is more attractive.
    • Care more about dogs than I do trees.
    • I like that the funds go to support pet rescues.
  • Which name do you like more for a company that will sell Dog Ramps

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • Option B makes it sound more like it is made for dogs, which the company wants to sell for. Option A sounds like it could be for any animal with paws, so it doesn't specify that it is made for dogs. If I were the company, I would want it to be clear that what I was selling is what the customer wants.
    • I like RoversRamp more because Rover is/used to be a common name for dogs. Where as PawRamp seems like it mean any animal with paws, like cats.
    • RoversRamp explains more carefully that the ramp is for dogs and not cats.
    • I like PawRamp because dog paws will be running up and down the ramps.
    • Way more memorable and has the two things it is for in the name. Has some good design potential too.
  • What color toothpicks for dogs do you like more? What do you associate with this color?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • green = healthy, blue is pretty, orange is pretty
    • I prefer cool colors such as blue, purple, or green because they are calming and less abrasive than warm colors.
    • I chose the three colors that I would pick. Green is a great color.
    • I have no associations with these colors. They just look nice.
    • I would chose a color that stands out on my flooring so that I won't step on it. Of the colors that stand out, the purple is the prettiest.
  • What type of veterinarian would you be most likely to trust and want to treat your dog?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • For myself or my dog, I prefer more holistic and natural ways of dealing with illness or health conditions. I have heard it said in a church I once attended that when God created the Earth, a natural way of healing every condition (known and unknown) was created as part of his Plan. It is up to man to find them. Hence my choice of a natural/holistic veterinarian for my beloved pet. Regarding my next two choices, at least option A has known knowledge based on his schooling, whereas option C does not.
    • Someone with a good college education is very important!
    • Of the three choices presented I would much prefer someone who had written and published a book. The book would inform me how the vet thinks and what opinions they hold. It would also be interesting to read user reviews of the book. Option A is the next best choice. I personally do not put a lot of faith into someone based upon what school they attended. The fact they graduated implies skill but isn't going to convince me of their ability compared to other vets.Option B would cause me to pause a moment and consider what is meant by "natural". I would be concerned most with results not methods. If something will cure/treat my dog for I care little if it is considered "natural".
    • I always go with natural things first.I would trust that this vet would offer the best of both worlds (holistic care, both medicine based on science and herbs or natural things.) I'd trust the vet who published the book next because they obviously care enough to take the time to write a book. Lastly, the school doesn't really impress me. school is school. how much you paid to go to a fancy school doesn't matter to me as much as someones level of compassion.
    • I like the look and sound of this on the most of all the options provided.
  • Which brand design do you prefer? (ignore dog gender ;-)

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • The other design looks faded and I see no reason for it. Go with the bolder colors.
    • Not a fan of the capital characters in Option A, Option B looks cleaner.
    • I am going with option B because I can't read option A that well and I have on my glasses. Why have a logo that people can't read, so option B is the best choice to me!
    • I like the brighter color and the font in B better. The color in A looks sort of washed out.
    • I much prefer the font and kerning on Choice A, and I like how the background isn't stark black, but has a bit of the orange logo color to it. Overall I found A more visually appealing, and easier to read.
  • Imagine you are buying a probiotic meal topper for your dog that is filled with essential vitamins and minerals for good health as well as probiotics for digestive health. What name on the label of this product would you be most drawn to?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • B is my first choice because its name most accurately reflects what the product is. C is 2nd because the name isn't as descriptive, but is better than A's.
    • I choose probio booster cause I use it all the time I think it's a better choice
    • I like the ProBio in the beginning I know what that is right away
    • C with the name booster on the label I feel it has the extra vitamins and minerals I am looking for to feed my pup. Booster feels like just want it is supposed to be a boost of extra vitamins and mineral for a healthy dose to give to pup.
    • I think the idea of a booster is a lot better.
  • If you could only read one article, which subject would you choose?

    This is a 5 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Dog Owner (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • The other day, I was thinking about what my dog might be thinking about. I would be very curious to read this article.
    • I have 4 dogs and the oldest 2 (ages 11 and 16) have joint pain from arthritis (they are on a med for this) and I am always interested in learning more about how to minimize their discomfort. Again my second choice has to do with the fact that I have aging dogs and I would like to learn about ways to keep them going. My third choice I would read just for fun.
    • I choose C and D first because they specifically aimed at improving my dog's health. I choose B because I would really love to know what my dog is thinking about.
    • These are the most to the point out of the choices given and make the most sense
    • is more eye catching and has

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