A dog food business opportunity is a recession proof business. In fact, dog businesses, in general, continues to do fairly well even in difficult economic times.
The focus of this post is on dogs and cats. A huge percentage of families own dogs and cats. Many pet owners take excellent care of their pets – sometimes, even better than themselves.
In addition to nutritious dog food businesses, many other dog businesses have sprung up over the last several decades. They include kennels, grooming centers, doggie day care centers, breeding businesses, pet centers, pet sitters, dog products, and pet trainers.
A recent article discusses this topic of a dog food business opportunity and other dog businesses. It is called “Dog Businesses Find Success Even During Tough Times: Made In The USA” by Geoff Williams.
Mr. Williams discusses how dog businesses continue to thrive even during tough economic times. Here is a quote:
“If you love dogs and want to get into the dog business, now is the perfect time,” Steven says.
You might say dogs are an entrepreneur’s best friend too. Consider the size of the market. According to the American Pet Products Association, dogs are found in 46.3 million homes across America. (By contrast, cats are in 38 million, freshwater fish in 11 million, birds in 5 million and saltwater fish are last, in just 700,000 homes.) So it’s no wonder so many small businesses and large corporations alike slobber over the $50.84 billion spent on pets every year.
The article goes on to say:
But what’s gratifying and helpful for the dog-serving entrepreneur is how devoted the masters are to their pets. Jason Parker says the economy has affected their bottom line somewhat, but not as much as you might think. “People are spending the same amount of money on their dogs,” Jason says. “We have different types of rooms at our resort, and people are still opting for the luxury suites and if not that, the executive rooms, which are cage-free. They may cut their vacation a little shorter, but they aren’t cutting back on their dogs.”
The entire article can be read here.
The article does not focus on a dog food business opportunity. But this type of business has done particularly well during the economic downturn. All dogs must eat. And most dog owners want to provide nutritious, healthy dog food, treats and supplements.
The dog food business I have found exceeds everything I hoped for in a business. It is a major component of the exploding pet supply industry.
This business offers all natural food products, USA ingredients, human quality food, no by-products, no corn, wheat, or soy. Its products come with a 30-day money back guarantee and have never been recalled. The dog food, treats, and supplements are formulated by a veterinarian.
A representative of a dog food business is not tied down as in other dog businesses such as kennels, doggie day care centers, and grooming centers.
So this is a perfect business for a dog or cat lover. The business is easy to promote since the rep offers the best dog and cat products on the market.
Scott and Trish Hubbard are long time pet lovers. For the last 40 years, dogs have been a major part of their family.
They have dedicated the last 7 years of their lives to finding the best products for pet health. You can reach them directly by calling toll-free 877-878-4036 or by emailing them at ScottHubbard@ProductsForPetHealth.com. You can learn more about this dog food business opportunity here.