How to Run a Dog Day Care
with CEU Certificate*
Starting your own dog day care is not an easy task. Just a love of dogs is not enough. To do it right there are several aspects of such a business to consider. It requires some research of the area, the community, the laws and zoning and professional organizations that support such ventures. It requires the development of relationships with other business owners, the governance of the area, the people in the community and more specifically the pet community.
In order to be competitive, the dog day care entrepreneur needs to examine the needs, the array of possible services and how to build a customer base by becoming a dog professional who is knowledgeable, keeps up on current trends and advocates for pet owners in the community. Creating a solid plan after gathering a broad set of information, consulting with an attorney, an accountant, and a financial institution is necessary for success.
In this class you will learn that you can develop a facility as a community base for all pet owners, offering classes, sponsoring events, and being a leader in both the business community and the neighborhood or a smaller boutique dog day care focused on a specific breed or high end services. The variety of possibilities in dog day care centers is endless and exciting. This class will help you examine these variations and guide you in a way to determine what makes sense for your strengths.
This course will not require you to have previous experience in any particular area but you should have a high school reading level. No books will be required.
Lesson 1: A Dog Day Care Entrepreneur
Lesson 2: A Business Plan Your Dog Could Approve
Lesson 3: Cheaper by The Dozen? Expenses and Cost of Dog Day Care
Lesson 4: Don't be Hounded by Legal Issues
Lesson 5: Going to the Dogs or Marketing Your Dog Day Care
Lesson 6: Dog Friendly Employees
Lesson 7: Dogs Just Want to Have Fun
Lesson 8: Dog Rules and Processes
Lesson 9: Every Dog Has His Day
Lesson 10: Dog Ready Employees Owner, and Facility
Lesson 11: Supporting Dog Parents
Lesson 12: A Dog Day Care is a Community Industry
Lesson 13: How to Get a 5 Woof Rating
Lesson 14: Survival of the Fittest
Lesson 15: Dog Daycare Entrepreneurs Review
All course materials is provided in this class. There is no need to buy additional resources.
Several lessons will be accompanied by a written assignment and a brief quiz . Students will successfully complete this course by mastering all learning outcomes with 70% or higher overall grade.
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- Business Ideas for Specialty Dog Care Services
- Hiring Friendly Employees in Dog Day Care Business
- The Process of Hiring the Right Employees for Your Dog DayCare Business
- Understanding Legal Issues Involved in Running a Dog Day Care Business
- Marketing Strategies for Your Dog Day Care Business
- Best Nutritional Habits for Weight Training
- Forms For Pet Sitting Business
- The Physiology of Breathing
- Correct Postures in Meditation
- Pet Care Business
- Removing Bad Habits for Effective Breathing
- Relaxation Remedies: Drugs vs. Natural Techniques
- Meditation Basics
- The Importance of Mindfulness in Relaxation
- Marketing Strategies for Your Pet Sitting or Dog Walking Service