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Pet Shop Biz Network Marketing Company

The Pet Shop Biz Domain was registered in January of 2008. This business is owned by Paula Ross who is the President and Founder and William Ross who is the Executive Vice President. They currently have over 1000 products they sell on their website and make available for MLM Reps to sell. They donate 10% of all proceeds to the ASPCA which stands for The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. I wasn’t aware of this but the Pet Industry is a 40 Billion Dollar per year industry. The owners are aware of special relationships people have with pets is what drove them to start this company in the first place.

One of the main products I see them pushing on the Pet Shop Biz website is called PeakPro Formula. It is a chewable Vitamin Supplement designed for dogs of all ages, all sizes and regardless of breed. If you add this supplement to a dogs food it is supposed to dramatically increase the nutritional value. Just like Vitamins help humans tackle daily life, they definitely help dogs live a more abundant life as well. This product passes all the NASC or National Animal Supplement Council guidelines and all products are created in their NASC Compliant factory. This product will also enhance your Pets immune system and give them more bone strength and will replace what most manufacturers remove from its food.

The Pet Shop Biz also runs an MLM Opportunity. They claim their products are competitively priced, allowing you to make easy sales, assuming you can generate the targeted traffic, so you’ll have a steady stream of repeat visitors. Since 39% of all households in the US own a dog and 34% own a cat, the market is definitely there. With this system, you have a chance to capture a portion of this huge market without the hassle of setting your own store up.

Once you become a member of Pet Shop Biz, you’ll receive your very own website. Any sale you make is automatically tagged to you. It is true that by joining this MLM Program you avoid the potential cost of thousands of dollars to setup your own retail store. We know this because we also build retail stores on the side. This MLM Company also handles all of the customer service, so you don’t have to spend time convincing a customer to buy. You just send them to the website, and if they order you get paid. They also offer Banners, a Support Forum and no annual membership fees which also helps.

Considering Pet Shop Franchises

In these troubled days it is so difficult to find employment, and when one does find it the wages are invariably low, the terms exploitative and job security effectively non-existent.

And why indeed should it be any different? When you have gainful employment there are thousands of people out there who would give their limbs to be in your position, a job being a job no matter how poor and shoddy the working environment. If you don’t like it, an interview with the Job Centre and a long, torturous struggle to convince the disinterested customer services person that you might be entitled to £65 each week for the next six months awaits you.

Under the circumstances there is considerably more dignity in self-employment. Being one’s own boss and enjoying exclusively all the fruits of one’s own labour might seem an attractive alternative. But with no finance available to assist you with the cost of starting up, and with your potential clients themselves all struggling just to pay for their essentials week by week you could be onto a hiding to nothing. If you don’t manage to sell anything then there will be no wage for you at the end of the week. You are very much on your own, and you must swim or else you will sink.

So perhaps in these times of hardship it would make better sense to consider the option of operating a franchise. In a good franchise set-up you will enjoy all the benefits of a support network from a professional company that knows how its business works, whilst retaining the independence to go at your own pace and to work in your own way.

Of course franchises themselves are by no means immune to the effects of recession and economic downturn, so when considering in which market you would like to work it is essential that one takes into account the product or service that is on offer and the extent to which it is protected against financial insecurity.

One area in which business can still be conducted is pet shop franchises. Most people who keep pets will treat them as a member of the family, and families don’t cast out their kin even when the going is tough. A business trading in pet supplies will still find new customers even at a time when they are cutting down on essentials such as heating and food.

Although such a franchise would normally operate along the lines of an online pet shop, dropshipping type of operation with goods and supplies centrally stored and processed, there are very often local retail options available as a supplement to your core income. Dog walking, dog food and indeed general food supplies to sell locally, for instance.

Because people will always look after their pets, there will always be an opening for pet shop franchises. They could in fact be one of the most reliable and stable sources of income in today’s jobs market.

Ideas For Littlest Pet Shop Party Supplies, Games and More

1.  Invite your guests by sending out coloful “creature” invitations.  Create a fun party scene by setting your party table with a theme table cover, plates, cups, napkins and centerpiece.

2.  Decorate your party room by using lavender, sun yellow, bright blue and white balloons to add color. Be sure to have a “Happy Birthday” Banner at the entryway to greet your guests.

3.  For another great way to decorate, draw the pet shop village and shops on poster board or white butcher paper and hang the drawings on the wall to make the kids feel like they are really in the village!

4.  Let the children decorate boxes and design houses for their own pets. Use foam flowers, stickers, markers, construction paper and wallpaper samples.

5.  “Musical Lily Pads.” Draw or make felt lily pads to have the kids jump onto. This game is played just like musical chairs.  Play music and when the music stops, each child jumps on a lily pad.  The one left standing is out.  Remove one lily pad and start the game again.  Repeat until there is only one lily pad left. Reward the winner with a Littlest Pet Shop notepad.

6.  You can also play “Kibble Toss.” Get some beanbags and have the kids try to throw the beanbags into a large clean dog dish.  Whoever gets the most beanbags into the dog dish can win a Bobbing Head Dog or Kooky Chew treats.

7.  Let the kids decorate their own party bags. Use Paw Print stamps and animal stickers to decorate a fun party bag.

8.  Let the children go on a Paw Print scavenger hunt. Hide small Paw Prints all over the house or wherever you are hosting the party and let the kids go and find them. Whoever finds the most wins.  You can use Push Pop candy or Bouncing Putty as prizes.

9.  Paint the kids’ faces by painting animal features (such as a nose and whiskers) of their favorite pet shop creatures!

10.  When the party’s over, fill your guests’ party bags with a mix of candy, Cat and Dog finger Puppets, a Bobbing Head Dog, Animal Super Balls, Butterfly rubber rings, Finger animal puppets, and some Pet tattoos.