Starting A Doggie Day Care
There are 40 million households in the United States that have at least
one dog. As busy as people are these days, that means a lot of
dogs probably aren't getting as much attention as they--and their
owners--would like. Doggie day care businesses are designed to
be the solution to this problem.
If you like dogs and you'd love to have your own business, a doggie day care business might be exactly what you're looking for. Americans spend more than 30 billion dollars on their pets every year, which gives you some idea of how much people care about their pets--and how much they are willing to spend on them. Too many dog owners feel guilty leaving their dogs alone at home all day, and wish there was somewhere they could leave their dogs where it wouldn't be so lonely. This is where you come in.
Starting a Doggie Day Care Business
The great thing about starting a doggie day care business is that you can start small and get big over time. The videos you'll find on mypetbusiness.com will provide you with all the steps you need to grow your business from one or two dogs into a full-fledged operation with multiple employees. We cover everything from the beginning steps of where to locate your business to how you should advertise and find new customers.
One of the most important things to remember if you want to start a doggie day care is that the actual handling of the dogs can be tricky. Even if you are an experienced dog owner, you may not be prepared for the type of "pack behavior" that can really cause problems when a bunch of dogs are brought together. Our videos cover pack behavior, and give you plenty of tips to make sure your doggie day care runs as smoothly as possible.