Own a Doggie Daycare: A Business of Health and Happiness

Do you like dogs? Do you like happiness? Then, boy oh good boi, do we have a business opportunity for you!

This  state-of-the-art Doggie Daycare has a delightful mission: to increase the amount of joy in the world by helping dogs stay healthy and happy—and ­­better able to support us.

For many animal-lovers, the idea of spending their days interacting with dogs and the people who love them can seem like the stuff of fantasy. This business puts that dream within your reach. And it’s a dream that has particular relevance during Covid-19.

2020 has been, well, rough. As many new owners are learning, dogs help. Studies show that dogs make our lives better and even longer. They provide friendship, decrease stress and anxiety, keep us moving, and generally generate joy. This blog at Fluent Woof celebrates the many benefits of dog ownership for adults, children, seniors, families, and even entrepreneurs.

“What began in mid-March as a sudden surge in demand for dogs had, as of mid-July, become a bona fide sales boom” reports The Washington Post.  “Shelters, nonprofit rescues, private breeders, pet stores — all reported more consumer demand than there were dogs and puppies to fill it. Americans kept trying to fill voids with canine companions, either because they were stuck working from home with children who needed something to do, or had no work and lots of free time, or felt lonely with no way to socialize.”

People are also discovering that dogs take a lot of energy. You may have seen the slew of memes depicting dogs’ enthusiastic embrace of quarantine life.  As people return to work, separation anxiety is a real problem. Even dog owners who are working from home can find it difficult to meet their dogs’ need for play and attention.

This Doggie Daycare business has you and your pup covered. They provide socialization, training, and play opportunities that help dogs be their best selves. Dogs get exercise and behavior support (from canine coaches and other dogs) so they’re able to give their owners calmer comradery. Plus, the more they’re acclimated to new stimuli and environments, the better able they are to handle social outings with their people. Owners can pick their doggos up after work and take them meet friends for patio hangouts. Everyone gets to be together and enjoy each other’s company – something especially to be cherished this year!

This is an opportunity to own a business that fosters health and happiness for people and pets. It’s a fun, cute place to work where you can feel great about what you do. If this sounds good, contact us to learn more.

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