Jobs With Pets:
Great for Dog Lovers!

If you’re a pet lover, jobs with pets probably hold a special interest. And, why not. If you’re going to spend 8 or more hours a day working, why not do something you enjoy?

Why not choose a job working with dogs and cats, or helping pets in some way? What could be better than that?

There are a number of jobs working with pets:

  • Pet Sitters & Dog Walkers
  • Dog Grooming Careers
  • Dog Training Careers

Most of these jobs are very rewarding. You’re able to help pet owners while helping or taking care of  their pets. This can bring anyone a lot of satisfaction.

But there is a down side that many pet professionals don’t think of until they’re already well established in their pet careers. You’re not gaining any residual income.

Earning Residual Income while Working with Pets

In most cases, jobs with pets don’t provide any residual income (that is income that you receive whether you're personally working or not). The minute you take a day off, for whatever reason, your income stops.

When you go on vacation, get sick, or need to take care of any other personal matter, you stop making money.

This is not a very comfortable position to be in. In fact, if you get sick or injured and can’t work for a while, it can be devastating. You could quickly find yourself in serious debt or worse. You could lose your business, your home...everything you've hard to attain.

One way to get residual income is to hire others to help you in your business. With employees, they can be working even when you're not. Of course, the downside to having employees is that you get all the headaches associated with having employees.

You have to deal with hiring, training, performance issues, firing, payroll, and taxes. You also have to keep them busy which may be tough at the start.

A Better Way of Gaining Residual Income

Wouldn't it be great if you could leverage all the client contacts that you make (people you know who love their pets and have come to trust you as a pet professional)?

And, what if you could provide these folks with a service that takes you very little time, but that provides you with an income month after month (even if you don't see the people on a regular basis).

This is very possible today! Jobs with pets can also provide ongoing income. Here's how it works...

When you become a field representative for Life's Abundance, you simple share the good news about their products to your customers. It's not a "hard sell" situation, because the products are so much better than anything on the market.

If they respect you as a pet professional, they will like take your recommendation and give these products a try.

Life's Abundance makes and distributes a line of holistic pet product (high quality pet food, treats, supplements, etc.). They do this through field representatives like you. When your customers buy products online from Life's Abundance, you get a commission.

Since your customers must buy pet food regularly, you can expect regular commissions. Life's Abundance products are so good that most people never stop buying them for their pets.

And, there's your residual income. As you turn more and more of your customers (as well as friends and relatives) into Life's Abundance customers, your residual income grows and grows.

Some pet professions have found this income sufficient to allow them to retire from their original careers with pets to focus on their work as Life's Abundance field representatives.

If this sounds interesting to you, take a look at these videos to get a better idea of how it all works.

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Why This Home-based Business?

7 Reasons Why Life's Abundance Makes Sense

A Company You Can Trust

Do you see how powerful this could be for you? If you have or plan to have any of these jobs with pets, you'll find yourself in a great position to leverage the clients you have to make a sizeable residual income. And, it won't be that much more work.

Now this is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You won't see fabulous riches overnight. But if you stick with it and work this end of your business, you will do very well.

There are people today who have made this their sole career and are now financially secure. If they can't work (or don't want to work) for a month or 6 months, their income stays more or less the same.

What If You're Not Yet a Pet Professional?

Could you just promote the dog products? Absolutely! Having one of these jobs with pets is not a requirement. Many people who are not "pet professionals" but love the idea of work that helps pets, promote these products and do very well.

But to be successful, you really need an easy and outgoing personality. Can you easily start a conversation with a stranger? The formula for success with these products is not to "hard sell."

It is to simply share with friends, family, and people that you meet when out-and-about, the value that you're finding in these products. Just help them to see that they really can't afford to not try these products. But never be pushy...or you'll push them away and they'll never become customers.

Once  most people try these products for their pets, they never want to go back to their old pet food and treats. That's how good these products are! That means that you'll see income from these purchase each month, possibly for many years to come.

Want To Learn More?

Becoming a representative for pet food company may not be one of the obvious jobs with pets that most people think of. But it could be your vehicle to success. Sound interesting?

If you're curious to learn more, the next step is for us to have a conversation to see if this is right for you and to answer any questions that you might have.

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