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Start Your Own Doggy Daycare
Get Paid to Play with Dogs
Imagine owning a fun and profitable business looking after dogs at play during the day while their owners are at work. You can when you start your own dog daycare.
Owning your own dog daycare has so many benefits. When you start your dog daycare business, you will have a job that is fun, interesting, and rewarding. You will feel appreciated by dogs and dogs owners alike. A dog daycare also offers you almost unlimited income potential.

At a dog daycare (also known as a doggy daycare, doggie daycare or dog day care), owners drop off their pets for a day of socializing with other dogs, and then pick them up in the evening. 

Your own dog daycare business can be anything you want it to be. You might choose to have your dog daycare business specialize in long-term (overnight) care, large or small breeds, or drop-in care for a few hours at a time. 

As long as you have the desire, you can become a dog daycare owner and start your own doggy daycare business. No special education or experience is necessary to break into this career and succeed.

If you would like to start your own business and be paid to care for dogs, the FabJob Guide to Become a Dog Daycare Owner is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started and succeed in the exciting dog daycare business.

The author of the dog daycare guide is Jennifer James, a leading writer and editor of career guides, who has cared for many dogs over the years. In this guide she shares insider tips and expert advice from successful dog daycare business owners to help you achieve success with your own dog daycare business. 

The dog daycare experts who share advice in this guide include: 

  • Linda Zago, owner of Club Muzo, an urban luxury dog daycare
  • Amy Nichols, a Stevie® Award finalist who is founder and CEO of Dogtopia, a dog daycare whose overwhelming success and growth took it from start-up to franchise in just over three years
  • Bobbi Heimbaugh, owner of Paws Inn, a 5,000-square-foot dog daycare and pet hotel which now has over 600 doggy clients
The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to start a dog daycare business, including:

How to Start and Open a Dog Daycare

  • How to create a business plan for your dog daycare
  • Licensing and insurance requirements for a dog daycare
  • How to calculate the start-up costs for your dog daycare (includes sample budget forms) plus ways to save money when starting a dog daycare
  • What you need to consider when choosing a location for your dog daycare
  • What equipment and supplies you need to start a dog daycare (includes a helpful checklist and list of suppliers)
  • Interior design of your dog daycare with tips on areas you will need and issues to consider
  • Helpful samples you can use in your dog daycare business 
Running Your Dog Daycare
  • Setting prices for your dog daycare service (and when you should charge a premium
  • Setting your hours and scheduling your four-legged guests in for the day
  • Greeting clients of your dog daycare and intake of their pets
  • Setting proper hygiene practices for a dog daycare
  • Dog daycare health and safety considerations for both people and pets
  • How to determine the staffing needs of your dog daycare (including industry-recommended staff-to-pet ratios)
  • How to market a dog daycare business, including:
    • How to find those first clients of your dog daycare when you are just starting out
    • Developing promotional materials to market your dog daycare (print advertising, website, brochures, etc.)
    • Low-cost ways to attract dog daycare clients through free publicity 
    • How to approach corporate clients about a strategic partnership with your dog daycare
  • How to get repeat business (and referrals) from your dog daycare clients
PLUS, you will discover:
  • The top-three skills you’ll need to succeed when you start a dog daycare business
  • Ways to keep employees happy and avoid staff turnover
  • Ways to give your clients exceptional service that will get people talking about your dog daycare
  • Samples of what you need to start a dog daycare business, including: 
    • Sample start-up and operating budget forms for a dog daycare
    • Sample client receipt for dog daycare services
    • Sample press release for a dog daycare
  • A supply and equipment checklist for a dog daycare
  • How to increase your profits by adding luxury dog daycare services such as:
    • Transportation to and from your dog daycare
    • Grooming and pet spa services
    • Onsite pet boutique (includes a list of suppliers of pet products)
    • Obedience training
  • And more! (including free updates)
You can have all this and more for an incredible price. It can cost hundreds of dollars to take courses on starting a business, and chances are they will not include specific information about starting a dog daycare business. The FabJob Guide to Become a Dog Daycare Owner contains some of the best business advice you could get from other sources, and more.

The information in this guide can save you many hours of research, help you avoid some costly mistakes, and give you information you need to start your own dog daycare business.

This guide has been selling for up to $39.95 U.S. SPECIAL OFFER: If you buy the guide today, Thursday, November 27, 2014 you can have this valuable insider information for the incredible price of only $19.97. You can earn back much more than the price of the guide many times over your first day in business. And with this guide you can start your own doggy daycare business much more quickly and cost-effectively.

If you believe you deserve to have the career of your dreams, this guide is for you. It gives you what you need to know to start your own dog daycare business.

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"The FabJob Guide to Become a Dog Daycare Owner will take you step-by-step through everything you'll need to start a profitable dog daycare. It offers how-to advice from successful dog daycare owners plus samples of marketing materials and checklists you can adapt and use for your own dog daycare business. By following the advice and using the valuable resources included in this guide you will be on your way to success in the dog daycare business."
— Brenna Pearce, Editor 

"Business has been better than I ever dreamed when we opened. We just celebrated our one-year anniversary, and now have over 600 doggy clients."
— Bobbi Heimbaugh, owner of Paws Inn, a dog daycare in Iowa
(Bobbi is one of the dog daycare experts who give advice in this FabJob guide)


 

"I've changed my career goals a couple of times in the past three years, but I keep coming back to working with pets. I've been a pet groomer for years and am wanting to expand to doggy day care. Your book "Guide to Become a Dog Daycare Owner" is my favorite one yet. Thanks so much for all you do. Your books are packed full of valuable information at a very affordable price. And, being a major recycler myself, I am happy that you have decided to produce e-books that save paper."
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Learn how to start a dog daycare business -- also known as a doggy daycare, doggie daycare, or dog day care business. The FabJob Guide to Become a Dog Daycare Owner explains how to start a dog daycare business, how to open a doggy day care, and how to run a dog daycare.