Take a Bite of the Doggie Treats Industry

Written by Stephen Bucaro

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Take a Bite ofrepparttar 117286 Doggie Treats Industry

By Stephen Bucaro

According to a poll byrepparttar 117287 American Pet Association, over 13 million dog owners consider their dog to be their best friend. Over 28 million dog owners purchase Christmas gifts for their dogs. Almost 5 million celebrate their dog's birthday by giving them a special treat. I bet most dog owners give their dogs a treat every day!

Dog owners own a total of 61,542,900 million dogs. Many of those pet owners are looking for nutritious treats for their pets. They want treats made from fresh organic ingredients without preservatives or hard-to-digest fillers. The Pet Food Institute says sales of organic pet foods was $29.4 million last year. That's a lot of doggie treats!

You could make yourself a lot of money by taking just a small bite of that $29.4 million doggie treats industry. And if that doesn't get you drooling, there are about twice as many cats that can eatrepparttar 117288 same treats. The healthy pet treats industry is growing at a rate of 13.8 percent annually. Chicken Doggie Treats

1 1/2 cup shredded cooked chicken 1/2 cup chicken broth 1 tablespoon soft margarine 1 cup whole wheat flour 1/3 cup cornmeal

Blendrepparttar 117289 chicken, chicken broth and margarine. Then addrepparttar 117290 flour and cornmeal. Knead and roll dough to 1/4 inch. Cut into one-inch pieces and place on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Makes 18 biscuits.

A nice thing aboutrepparttar 117291 pet food business is that you are not subject torepparttar 117292 same health department inspections that you get with human food. However, you still need to maintain a clean working environment and provide a fresh product if you want your company to develop a good reputation.

You need to be aware that certain food items are toxic to pets - for example: apple seeds; apricot pits; avocados; coffee; tea; chocolate; most nuts; mushrooms; onions; potatoes; rhubarb leaves; salt; and yeast dough.

Remember, even thoughrepparttar 117293 pet consumesrepparttar 117294 treats, it isrepparttar 117295 pet's owner that you have to please. Experiment with your recipes and makerepparttar 117296 shape ofrepparttar 117297 product fun forrepparttar 117298 pet to chew on. A happy pet eagerly devouring your treats will pleaserepparttar 117299 pet's owner.

Home Business Success Steps

Written by BB Lee

Home Business Success Steps...Hare VS Tortoise? by BB Lee (c)2003

A HARE one day ridiculedrepparttar short feet and slow pace of repparttar 117283 Tortoise, who replied, laughing: "Though you be swift asrepparttar 117284 wind, I will beat you in a race." The Hare, believing her assertion to be simply impossible, assented torepparttar 117285 proposal; and they agreed thatrepparttar 117286 Fox should choose repparttar 117287 course and fixrepparttar 117288 goal. Onrepparttar 117289 day appointed for repparttar 117290 racerepparttar 117291 two started together. The Tortoise never for a moment stopped, but went on with a slow but steady pace straight torepparttar 117292 end ofrepparttar 117293 course. The Hare, lying down byrepparttar 117294 wayside, fell fast asleep. At last waking up, and moving as fast as he could, he sawrepparttar 117295 Tortoise had reachedrepparttar 117296 goal, and was comfortably dozing after her fatigue. Slow but steady winsrepparttar 117297 race. ("Aesop"s Fable")

Are you aiming for a fast finish likerepparttar 117298 Hare in Aesop's Fable?

Are you also letting someone else set your business goals for you?

Are you measuring your success by anothers standards?

Think about it for a second...

When starting out set your own pace instead of trying to surpass your perceived competition.

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