Starting a dog treat business is a fun way to bring in extra income.
Businesses that focus on pets continue to multiply and grow even in times of recession. People do love their pets. One theory is that pets are replacing children who have grown up and left home, and another theory is that pets are becoming companions for more and more people who are living alone. There are others, but the bottom line is that new businesses pop up constantly and have customers.
There are a lot of small businesses selling dog treats being run out of a home as well as more and more dog bakeries employing professional cake decorators and bakers. If you are interested in working from home, just make sure you know what the regulations are for edible dog products in your geographic region.
One perk about having a bona fide business is that you can get wholesale pricing on certain items from companies offering wholesale accounts. Wholesale pricing provides a discount because more product is purchased.
If you just like to bake or want a kid’s craft project, school events, fundraisers, charities and non-profit organizations may be interested in your creations. Homemade dog treats are fun to make even if you are not in business.
Follow K9Cakery on Facebook and meet new businesses dedicated to making dog treats, dog bakeries, and individuals making homemade dog treats. Our Facebook “friends” are always posting photos of their finished products which are amazing.