Secrets (Shhhh!) to Establishing a Solid Foundation for Your Pet Business
There are questions that pet business owners should be asking themselves (most don’t!), and Patti is here to share what they are. You’ll also learn about the various big and little mistakes that pet business owners make, and (thank goodness) how to avoid making them. (We can all use some advice from someone who “gets it,” right?) Well, after years of being at the forefront in the pet industry, Patti does! Pull up a chair, get comfortable, and let’s show you how to make your pet business empowered and ultra-profitable!
In This Segment You Will Learn:
- Questions all pet business owners should be asking themselves
- Why it’s useless to worry about your competitors
- Areas that many pet business owners tend to cut corners—and why you shouldn’t
- The top 5 ways to establish a solid pet business foundation
- Tips for long-term pet business success
- And much more!
It was such a treat to interview Patti again! She’s incredibly sweet and wise. She’s got such warm, great energy combined with a big heart. I was, once again, taken with her kind smile. This woman essentially put professional pet sitting on the map, and that’s no small feat. What a lady. (And on behalf of all pet sitters out there: Thank you, Patti!)
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Patti Moran developed pet sitting as a profession after starting her own pet-sitting business in North Carolina in 1983. After word of her business spread to other parts of the United States, Moran was prompted to put her how-to advice on paper; the premier reference, Pet Sitting for Profit, was published in 1987. As others joined her in the profession, Moran began the National Association of Pet Sitters in 1989 and also founded Pet Sitters International in 1994. With 7,000 member businesses, PSI is the leading educational organization for professional pet sitters in the world.
Kristin MorrisonSeptember 17, 2015
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Nannette MorganSeptember 17, 2015
This is a great webinar especially from my perspective of a professional trainer and behavior consultant. I have to say that I wish more Petsitters, even ones of PSI here in my area, would listen to this. Sadly, some that I’ve been trying for a future trip don’t measure up. I wish there was some way for pet sitter orgs to vet the petsitters that sign up with them. I’ve taken to running my experiences with a trusted member of PSI in MA re my experiences who concurs that my experiences suggest a less than professional person that I was trying to hire. I have even checked out petsitters that my training clients have used and would be uncomfortable hiring them for overnight. So this gives me more info to interview potential sitters. thanks so much!!