I felt the need to write about the first pet I had as an adult - my female cat named Charlie. She had lots of health issues, could be temperamental and very needy and was great at catching mice. This article is mostly for me - a place I can come and remember her. Reading her story should give you insight if you are a first-time cat owner.
Choosing the best dog training treats is an important consideration that is often overlooked. Training your dog takes time but it is a great way to create a bond with your dog. You want to choose the best training treats for your dog and this article will help you choose the best one for your dog.
In this article, I cover the main things you need to know when it comes to building a website for your dog walking or pet sitting business. I compare some of the largest website builders, cover the main points to consider when building a website, and other things you need to consider to get your professional website.
You want to get your dog walking or pet sitting business onto every possible online business listing sites. Some sites are free to list your business and get reviews, others have paid versions to actually list your company details. I have a list of 46 sites that you should list your business as soon as possible.
This is part three of building an online presence for your pet service business if you do not have a website. The free Google My Business account makes it very easy for pet owners to find you over your competitors. I cover how to set up the account and give some tips on how to use this free business tool to grow your business.
Having a Facebook business page for your dog walking business is a must if you do not have a website. Ideally, you want a Facebook business page, Google business listing, and a website. I'll cover the last two in future articles, but this article will show you how to create your Facebook business profile. More importantly, I'll show how to setup your business page for the best results.