States With the Most Pets

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38. Nevada
> Households with at least one pet: 53.3%
> Number of human households: 1,122,000 — 17th fewest
> Number of pet-owning households: 598,000 — 17th fewest

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37. Minnesota
> Households with at least one pet: 54.0%
> Number of human households: 2,234,000 — 21st most
> Number of pet-owning households: 1,207,000 — 22nd most

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36. Louisiana
> Households with at least one pet: 54.4%
> Number of human households: 1,847,000 — 25th fewest
> Number of pet-owning households: 1,005,000 — 24th fewest

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35. Virginia
> Households with at least one pet: 55.5%
> Number of human households: 3,306,000 — 12th most
> Number of pet-owning households: 1,836,000 — 12th most

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34. Florida
> Households with at least one pet: 56.0%
> Number of human households: 8,260,000 — 3rd most
> Number of pet-owning households: 4,628,000 — 3rd most

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