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Out of our national fondness for all things pet-related have grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that are bringing forth gold-studded dog collars, silk pet sweaters, and high thread-count cat beds.

A things pet-related have grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that are bringing
B things pet-related has grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that is bringing
C things that are pet-related has grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that bring
D pet-related things have grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that are bringing
E pet-related things has grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that bring
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Out of our national fondness for all things pet-related have grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that are bringing forth gold-studded dog collars, silk pet sweaters, and high thread-count cat beds.

A things pet-related have grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that are bringing
B things pet-related has grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that is bringing
C things that are pet-related has grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that bring
D pet-related things have grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that are bringing
E pet-related things has grown a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that bring


1. Maybe things can make a market, "grow a market" (i do not like this construction at all). But here we have: "Out of our national fondness", so definetely the market has grown. A, D are out.
2. "a market for human-inspired accessories and accoutrements that". "That" modifies the market here. So it has to be "brings or is bringing". C, D, E are out.
Leaves us with B.
Moreover.
It is continuous actionby the market, so "is bringing".

For me it is strange to see "things pet-related" and not "pet-related", but what to do.

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