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I’ve also set up an area on my website that allows you to share your favorite dog treat recipe and ask questions (or answer them) regarding homemade dog treat recipes. In fact I would encourage you to participate because the more knowledge added to the site, the better it will be for everyone! Take a look at what’s going on my site below.
After reading the “about me” section on my website, a lot of you have showed interest in business and you have requested information on this as well. Because I have been in the homemade dog treat business for the last decade I took the time to write a “How To” Dog Bakery Business E-book that is great for anyone looking to get started in the business. I’m also throwing in a free copy of one of my dog treat cookbooks that is full of easy dog treat recipes for you to use with your business.
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After graduating culinary school, I knew I wanted to be an innovator within the “Dog Treat” market- to create a product that was healthy for my consumers’ tummy & wallet. I knew that if I were to become a successful business online, I would have to have a website that was more than stellar… and have it quickly.We have been thinking lately that our furry four-legged friends deserve a little DIY love… do they not? Matt and I don’t have pets – yet – but would love to help pet owners with natural DIY ideas. When my friend Andrea offered to pass along a homemade dog treat recipe for the website, we had to share it with you! She says her own dogs go NUTS for these treats, and the lingering smell of peanut butter is a bonus. You most likely have the simple ingredients on hand and the prep time is minimal so let’s make some doggy treats.You can have your business up and running in 24 hours! You will also learn how you can get a FREE money making website to jump start your homemade dog treat business today! Now is the time when owners of “doggie treat trucks” are staking their claim as “first” in their local markets. Many doggie food truck websites have made that claim. Of course, there’s always a bit of risk being first to market, but given how the dogs (and their owners) are responding, it seems like a pretty safe bet. help pet owners learn which hotels, restaurants, and parks are dog friendly. It is a great joy to bring your dog to public places and this website gives you the head start to finding out which places will treat your dog with the respect that he or she deserves.Website: Twitter: @eptreattruck History: Originally a vintage ice cream truck, Earth Pets restored it and turned it into food truck heaven for dogs. On the menu: A range of items, from frozen yogurt to doggie drinks.