The Top 5 Dog Products You Should Be Selling
Converting your grooming business from a shampoo and haircut experience to a one-stop-shop for your customers can seem like quite an investment; however, it can set you apart from your competition.
Your waiting room should be a place for customers to make the most of their time. It is where you should be adding to your bottom line. A few well-placed shelves and display racks can provide pet owners with the season’s hottest toys, treats, and keepsakes.
The Top 5 Dog Products to Sell
My Furbaby’s Heartbeat Bear
The bond between a furbaby and his owner is unconditional. Give your customers the ability to keep a part of their pet forever by recording heartbeats and having them stored inside of a plush animal keepsake. This product allows families to take home a tangible memory they will have long after their pet crosses the rainbow bridge.
The Classic Kong is always a safe item to have on your shelves, but Kong has expanded it’s line to chew toys and squeaky toys, too.
Treats (Or Chew Toys)
Locally made or organic treats will always sell the best, but you can expand your selection if you have the room. Another great option is to stock chew toys instead of treats with a short shelf life.
Chuck-It Toys (Or Toys to Play Fetch)
Chuck-It Ultra Balls or launchers are fantastic items for those fur babies that need to get their energy out!
Pets may be animals, but owners understand just how smart they are. Selling interactive treat balls is a great way to keep a pet stimulated and happy when outdoor exercise is not an option.
Remember that it does not take much space to set up a great boutique-style waiting room, but it can truly make a difference in your overall business.
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