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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Pet Domestic, May 5, 2014.
Talk about finding a niche market, great idea.
I have seen this in more and more areas and believe it or not there is a large market for it. I have an additional charge in my weekly prices for my customers with pets. There is nothing worse to me than leaving a home with dogs and then having dog poo on your tires and then all over your trailer deck. God forbid you have to lay on that to change out a belt or work on a mower between jobs. It just makes for a crappy situation. But hey if the guy is making a living off other peoples laziness more power to him. Good for him and I wish him the best of luck. We all started a business with the aim to make money some just have different ideas as to how they are going to make it.