When you do a search for “how to start a pet sitting business.” You will come up with a lot of opinions. I want you to consider what I am about to tell you becasue I come to you as a pet industry veteran of over 15 years (to date). I have been through the ups, downs, and watched as this industry has grown from its infancy and most recently, exploded.
You might be wondering how to start a pet sitting business from scratch? Or, you might currently be listed on a major website where pet owners create a profile, look through a list of independent pet sitters in their area, and book you through the website or app.
But you are reading this because you want to run free and start your own pet sitting business.
You Want To Start Your Own Pet Sitting Business to:
Get a 20-30% PAY RAISE by not losing it to the fee you pay to be on these websites.
Call your own shots.
Create your own brand.
Set your own rules.
Buy insurance you know will cover everything you do.
Have your own scheduling system that you can control.
Be in charge of how much you can make and not have a glass ceiling over your head.
You absolutely adore animals and this is a great way to be happy and make money.
But You Might Be Afraid To Start Your Own Pet Sitting Business Because:
Not sure of the costs to start your own company.
Wondering if you will get enough clients to make it work.
Not sure of how to keep the schedules of clients and pets.
Not sure how to collect payment.
Worried about being perfect and knowing everything.
Not sure where to even start to venture out independent.
Don’t know how much insurance will cost.
Don’t know how to get a website of your own created.
Don’t think you are creative enough to create a brand of your own.
You don’t want it to run your life.
You are afraid of making too much money.
I truly understand it all. Because I have been there.
Although I had NO ONE helping guide my way. I fell on my face many times trying to navigate all the ways how to start a pet sitting business. I made beginner mistakes like choosing the wrong name and the wrong url. I did things out of order, causing more work for myself down the line. I didn’t consider basic principals from the start, which resulted in challenging times down the line.
My own fears were everything I listed above. Some of them are valid, some of them are just stinking thinking that prevented me from moving forward.
AND I DON’T WANT THAT HAPPENING TO YOU!
Sure, you can probably find guides on how to start a pet sitting business… but some of you already have one (sorta of), right? I mean, you are already *IN* the business… caring for your two and four legged clients, getting your nose wet, but there is something missing?
Something that makes it your own.
Your own destiny.
You sort of feel like that awkward teenager. You are not exactly a child anymore, but you aren’t an adult.
You feel like you have reached your potential through your listing on these websites.
You might have begun to figure out how to start a pet sitting business, but you still have one foot in the boat. Meaning that you are doing some on your own, and still some through listing yourself on a website.
If you remain that way, you will never truly grow to your potential. I urge you to make a decision stay in the boat or step out. Doing both will get you nowhere.
You Are Already IN The Pet Sitting Industry, You Just Need To Know How To Start A Pet Sitting Business…
and I am here to help you with just that. For six weeks, I have been working on perfecting a 29 page guide, just for you – to show you EXACTLY what you need to do, topic by topic. I am going to explain from the very beginning and take you through all of the major things you need to think about, consider, and answer for yourself and the people who depend on you.
Not Sure If It Is For You?
Included in this document are links to resources of interviews with industry leaders such as insurance agents, graphic artists, lawyers, and more. It is so comprehensive that I am going to show you the table of contents so you can understand exactly what I have created for you.
And rest assured, this guide comes with ALL THE RESOURCES I have used throughout the years, so never will you read, “You need to find X” and not have the burden of having to find the key players for your team.
As an introductory offer, I am offering it on sale from the regular price. I have priced it as the lowest product I have to offer on my website, because I WANT you to be able to get this very important information:
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