101 Best Businesses for Pet Lovers is the book for all of us who’ve had some version of the following scenario —I’m sitting in a meeting with clients and as another client flunkie makes another inane comment about marketing all of a sudden I’m wondering if there isn’t something I could do that would keep me away from these kinds of humans and let me spend more time with dogs and other doggy humans. I bet you’ve been there too, haven’t you?
Authors Joseph Nigro and Nicholas Nigro have put together an excellent overview of pet business possibilities. They give nice sketches of each business including what it takes to start it, initial investments, required education and more.
How about raising crickets to sell to pet stores or selling pet products on ebay? you could run an online pet dating service or make pet caskets. Are you one of our marvelous Dogster admins and want to take those skills offline? Try becoming a pet party host.
Maybe I’ll just take copy of 101 Best Businesses for Pet Lovers with me to the next client meeting. When the meeting gets too boring or too stressful I can just pull out my copy and daydream.