5 Reasons to Own a Pet Franchise with Confidence

5 Reasons to Own a Pet Franchise with Confidence

5 Reasons to Own a Pet Franchise with Confidence

When you choose to own a franchise versus start your own business or stay an employee, you'll quickly learn there are many benefits to the franchise. As a pet franchise owner, you're not only heading down a path to financial success, you're going to be part of a business that you really love. That's worth getting out of bed every morning. If you imagine yourself in a job that you absolutely love with a better work-life balance, a pet franchise is the type of business you should own.

It's a Beloved Passion

Normally, when a person starts a business, they are trying to balance the ability to make money with tasks they won't hate. They might not love everything about the business. For example, a bookkeeper might not love to market herself, or a shop owner might not like to deal with their accounting duties. With a pet business, there's something to love in every aspect of the business. When you love animals, you're happy to be in the business, and a franchise makes the behind-the-scenes much easier to deal with compared to a business that isn't a franchise.

The Business is Already a Success

A pet franchise has other advantages too. The new franchise owner will be able to build upon the success of the franchise, which has been around for years. There might be a slight struggle to gain traction in a new location, but the franchise has a proven track record of success with the business already. You don't have to worry that the business model might fail. Your potential customers will have already heard of your franchise when you open the doors. The pet business is booming too. There are millions of households around the world with beloved pets that can use the services or products you want to offer them.

Avoids Risk Associated with a New Venture

With a new business, there's always the potential for failure. In some industries, a business is more likely to fail than it is to flourish. For example, 80 percent of restaurants that open their doors in any city will close within 5 years. This can be daunting for new business owners when they start their venture. With a franchise, you're less likely to fail. You have much better chance of success than you would with a startup business. The proven track record of the brand is what will keep you from closing your doors. They provide everything you need to accomplish your goals.

Learning from a Mentor

The franchise seller won't disappear once you've purchased your franchise. You're buying to brand and the name, but you're also buying the procedures and support of the franchise owner too. There should be training opportunities, marketing advice that you can draw upon and hiring procedures to mimic within the franchise. A strong company that wants to succeed will be a good foundation for you to build your business on, and see a great chance of reward and accomplishment.

Help the Franchisor Provides:

More Control Over Your Future
• Franchisee Training
• Management Training
• Recruitment Procedures
• Marketing Guidance
• Sales Procedures for the Staff and the Franchisee
• Health and Safety Guidelines
• Social Media
• Website

Working for an employer means that at a certain point, you'll have advanced as far as you can within that company. You'll need to switch jobs or be content with your standing. In your own franchise, you have unlimited potential for income. You can open another pet business after the success of the first. You're also able to decide how much you'll invest of yourself into the business and when you'd like to take some time for your family and yourself. Being the boss means that you can make arrangements to take time off when you need it.

When you pay for a franchise, you might not have the experience or skills to start a business on your own. With a franchise in the pet industry, you're getting the expertise of the franchise owner who has a proven brand meant to skyrocket you to success. They'll provide everything you need to have confidence in the franchise business as well as confidence in yourself to be able to accomplish all that's needed for the business.

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Beverly Hills Steps Up for Rescue Pets!

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Beverly Hills speaks up for homeless pets

Beverly Hills has passed an ordinance that bans pet stores from selling dogs unless they come from a rescue or a shelter. They have followed approximately 80 other cities in passing this ordinance which will hopefully set an example for more cities to follow. San Diego passed this law in 2013. While not all stores participate in puppy mills, it’s important to check where the pet came from before purchasing.

Millions of dogs are in shelters and rescues across the U.S, many of them in kill shelters waiting to be euthanized. For people wanting to find a dog to adopt there are many different options in rescues and shelters that have a variety of pure bred and mixed breed dogs. Many people just don’t know the harsh environment that these puppies come from and that by rescuing they are not only saving one life but saving many by not contributing to puppy mills.

There are many benefits to rescuing a dog. When you rescue, often times you have more options of breed and mixed breed dogs. There are many puppies in rescues as well as older dogs. Adopting an older dog is a great option for many people that may not want to spend the time, energy, or training that goes into raising a puppy. A huge benefit in adopting from rescues or shelters is they do temperament tests on all dogs before they are adopted out. They test the dog to see if it has any aggressive behaviors. They test to see if they are compatible with children and other pets. Many rescues also test basic training knowledge such as house training. Pets from shelters and rescues usually come with all of their vaccines, medical checkups, and spayed or neutered which will save time and money. Many pets in rescues and shelters are perfectly healthy, happy pets that were placed there by people’s circumstances. The dog sin shelters and rescues are loving, caring pets that deserve to live the rest of their lives outside of bars in the arms and hearts of people who will love them and take care of them. They are just waiting for a loving family to give them a forever home.
To see some heartwarming stories of rescue pets who have made a tremendous difference in people’s lives, check out this story from Huffington post!

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