How to Start a Dog Bakery Business

Written by Chrissie Cole


How to Start a Dog Bakery Business

A dog bakery business is a lucrative choice for a pet business to start if you want to enterrepparttar pet industry! Opening a dog bakery also allows you a few different choices as to how you want to set up your business. You open a store front dog bakery, online store and within these two choices come more choices; wholesale, retail or both!

Find outrepparttar 139222 Laws in your state: Your first step should be contacting your state Agriculture Department to make sure you are able to bake dog treats from your kitchen. It is important to understand thatrepparttar 139223 laws vary from state to state so you need to call or email your agriculture department directly to find out. It is also a good idea to check withrepparttar 139224 county you live in. There are a few states that do not allow you to bake and sell dog treats that are made from your kitchen. Better to find out now before you start your business!

Baking, Wholesaling or Private Label Options: Next, will you be bakingrepparttar 139225 dog treats for your dog bakery? You should really ďloveĒ to bake if this is your option. While you can make a very lucrative living baking dog treats, you will be baking thousands and thousands of treats. If you donít enjoy baking you will quickly become frustrated and it will affect your business. When you bake your own dog treats you haverepparttar 139226 option of selling them wholesale and private label to other pet shops and dog bakeries.

Quick and Easy Way to Help With the Goldfish Tank Smell

Written by Laura Hickey- http://www.laurahickey.com


I was excited to have a goldfish until this awful smell filled uprepparttar room. I had tried liquids that you put intorepparttar 139169 tank to help withrepparttar 139170 smell. The tank did look attractive withrepparttar 139171 water being a combination of purple and blue butrepparttar 139172 smell just wouldnít budge. So after many tries, once a week cleaning has worked so far. Hereís what you'll need:

Materials: Filters

Water/Bubble Curtain

Algae Scrapper

Siphon

Letís start withrepparttar 139173 basics. You have a filter and food. Only feedrepparttar 139174 amount your fish can eat in 5 minutes. No less and no more. When feeding your goldfish, turn downrepparttar 139175 water filter sorepparttar 139176 food wonít be sucked up into it. Letís start with cleaningrepparttar 139177 water. Once a week remove 50% ofrepparttar 139178 water in your tank by siphoning. Make sure you do this slowly so you don't scare your fish. Replace with fresh water. Take an Algae scrapper and scrap along all sides ofrepparttar 139179 fish tank to remove algae that can makerepparttar 139180 water dirty and smelly.

After cleaningrepparttar 139181 water and removingrepparttar 139182 algae, put back onrepparttar 139183 bubble curtain. A bubble curtain is good for adding oxygen torepparttar 139184 tank andrepparttar 139185 fish may userepparttar 139186 bubbles as a massage. Each month cleanrepparttar 139187 gravel and filter. This could mean buying new gravel or cleaningrepparttar 139188 existing gravel. It's not a good idea to use household soap to do this as it could harmrepparttar 139189 fish. If you're on a budget, you could rinserepparttar 139190 fish filter but I don't recommend doing so. This is an easy way to clean and maintain your goldfish tank. Inrepparttar 139191 past Iíve tried plants but ended up with no results. Some extra supplies are:

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