After working for a few decades, Dan Simms wanted to do something different. He and his wife loved animals, so they decided to make a dog sitting business. After their dog had died they thought this was a good idea that was given by a friend.
They experienced more success than they have ever imagined, bringing in $5,000 or more per month. He attributed his success from his wife and himself going door to door telling people about their daycare.
- A man and wife were fed up with normal jobs and wanted to take care of animals.
- The two ended up making more money than they expected with their dog day care.
- He said his best advertising was him going around talking to people door to door.
“These days, Simms, 61, and his wife, Denise, can pull in between $5,000 and $9,000 per month from their business.”