The 5 Pillars That Support a Successful Dog Training Business

We advise many dog trainers on how to grow a successful dog training business. Over time, we have distilled the important information into five categories that every business owner needs to embrace. Here they are: A Business Mindset.  You are no longer “just” a dog...

New Beneficial Owner Information Reporting Requirements for LLCs

If your business is an LLC in the U.S., you probably are subject to the new Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) rules and will have to file a form. The recent implementation of FinCEN's Beneficial Owner Information Reporting Requirement may seem daunting at...

To LLC, or not to LLC, that is the question

What are the pros and cons of forming an LLC for your dog training business if there are only one or two owners, no employees? While there are benefits to an LLC, the time, expense and complexity may outweigh the benefits until the business grows big enough.

Marketing: It’s Not All About Social Media

Marketing: It’s Not All About Social Media

It’s important to remember that dog training is a service industry. Unless you do online consulting, your customers are in your real-world community. One powerful way to boost your business, enrich the lives of your clients, and contribute to the well-being of the local pet community is through community engagement. By forming partnerships with local businesses, veterinarians, and community organizations, you not only expand your reach but also create a network that benefits everyone involved.

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