- No. Invest in a pedometor too!
- Nah. Don't be afraid to say no to some clients. Some dogs are too much, and some have problems and some are too hard to handle. Make a limit if you wish, a few dogs a day. IDK, it's entirely up to you.
- Yes. It's a good idea for making cash in summer for kids.
- Doesn't truly matter, it honestly depends on the dogs. I would screen some people, ask if their dog has major pulling problems, if so, don't go with large/giant breeds.
-No not at all 3$ per mile sounds reasonable.
-You don't have to accept every dog and if you just tell the owners it's because ur overwhelmed they have no reason take it personally.
-Shure if that many people own dogs and you can get the word out you'll be fine.
-Just no large dogs but you should be fine with medium sized.
Good luck : )
3$ is fine! Thats a great price.
I don't think you will get overwhelmed but just in case, make sure you have a plan.
I think it will be successful.
Maybe walk smaller or medium size dogs.
I hope you get your Xbox 360. Good luck with the dog walking business(:
hey, i have a dog walking buisness.
dont pay by miles cause it'd just be too confusing.
most people pay by hour or half hour. there shouldn't be a size limit unless you think you can't handle large dogs.
my prices are:
$6 for half hour
$8 for hour.
of course a dog walking buisness can be successful! if you want to earn more money; you can try pet watching (while people are on vacation, ect.) i charge around:
$8 for dogs
$6 for cats
$4 for small rodents, reptiles, birds
$2 for fish
$3 dollars is not to pricey
I don't think you would be overwhelmed
I think it would be sucessful
yeah u should have it be only small and medium size dogs