Gourmet Pet Foods Business

Gourmet Pet Foods Home Based Business

Overview of this Business: If you love animals there's a growing demand for pet services - everything from pet sitting while owners are on vacation to doggy day care, pet grooming, dog walking and other pet-related services. That's why people who have always loved animals are starting small pet-related businesses after working in other jobs, like this home business making gourmet pet treats.

Pros of this Home Business:
  1. If you love pets, you'll be around them every day.
  2. You'll be providing an important service for pet owners who may have pets with special dietary needs.
  3. Pet services businesses are a rapidly growing home business niche with great demand potential.

Cons of this Home Business:

  • Finding initial clientele can be challenging.
  • As your business grows, you're likely to need commercial cooking equipment and this home business could outgrow your home.
  • Pet owners can be very fussy when it comes to their pets.

What You Need to Get Started with this Home Business:

A good idea of who your potential clients will be, how best to reach out to them and what products they're looking for.

You may need to obey special requirements pertaining to zoning or comply with any special regulations from your homeowners association, if you belong to one.

You're not likely to be able to open a storefront in your home, so you will need to be creative to find other ways to get your products to your customers.

You may need cooking equipment beyond what's available in your home.

Gourmet Pet Food Home Business - Real Life Example and More Information:

Milly Parker fractured her skull and suffered brain injuries from a car accident she had when she was 21 years old. But a cocker spaniel puppy named Riley came into her life and she decided she wanted to offer something better than commercial-grade dog biscuits for her beloved companion. She began selling her pet food products commercially under the name Happy Yappers by cold-calling on local pet shops, and in the first year she had won 40 clients. As her business has grown she has adapted her kitchen with two commercial ovens and a dough-making machine.

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