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Enough top-performing CAPS investors have turned bullish on pet pharmacy PetMed Express
While the thought of millions of dollars blown on sock puppets may still taint investors’ view of pet-related companies, PetMed Express is more like sleeper companies Middleby
Investors see pet medications falling into that category; the worldwide market for animal health care is a growing, multibillion-dollar industry. PetMed Express and other animal health-care stocks like PetSmart
Many CAPS members also like PetMed Express for its recession-proof qualities. While consumers in a pinch might think twice about discretionary spending on a new flat screen from Best Buy
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Fool contributor Dave Mock had his pet collection recently upgraded with a bunny and a few carny fish. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here and is the author of The Qualcomm Equation. Middleby is a Motley Fool Hidden Gems selection. Best Buy is an Inside Value pick. PetSmart and Best Buy are Stock Advisor picks, while Amedisys is a former recommendation. The Fool owns shares of Best Buy. The Fool's disclosure policy dropped out of a canine training academy to pursue more entrepreneurial interests.