We provide the consulting and hands-on help you will need to open a successful dog day care business.

      The Corgi

It’s small, but it’s a worker! The Corgi package includes a step-by-step instruction manual on how to open a dog day care, an employee manual, e-mail and phone consultation.

Priced at $449 below is a breakdown of this package:

  • Operations / employee manual (digital copy)

  • Dog day care manual includes (digital copy)

    • Estimated start-up cost
    • What monthly expenses to expect
    • Example of dog day care layouts
    • Half wall construction examples
    • Safety recommendations
    • Selecting a location & zoning
    • Client and pet release forms
    • Non-disclosure / compete contract
    • Sample of day care policies
    • Daily charts for a smooth running day care
    • Marketing
    • Recommended inventory for startup
    • How to screen dogs for day care
    • Why dog walking is importantv
    • What licenses, permits and insurances you will need
    • Pricing recommendations
    • How to bring extra revenue into your dog day care
    • How to handle the dogs properly
    • Decorating your day care and why it's important
    • What type of flooring is recommended
    • Recommended air purifier for your day care
    • Recommended dog / employee ratio
    • Soundproofing
    • Recommended disinfectant for day care
    • Recommended outdoor fencing
    • Sample of daily report card
    • Sample of day care keywords
    • Sample of incase of emergency Veterinarian list
    • Sample of employee interview questions
    • Sample client questionnaire
    • Sample brochure
    • Recommended vendor list

  • Employee applications

  • 1 book on dog training

  • 2 hours of phone consultation

  • E-mail support

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Breed Fun Facts

There are two types of Corgis, Pembroke and Cardigan. The names come from the areas of Wales which they were bred. The Pembroke has no tail and the Cardigan does. Corgis were bred to be herding dogs. The word Corgi in Welsh means dwarf dog. The Corgi has been the breed of choice for the British Royal Family for many decades.


Barbra Waldare