Doing the right thing

In the last 2 weeks I turned down 2 people… 1 person I was at the house and after 30 minutes I told her that I was not the best option for her and the other person…wanted to hire me but I talked them out of it and made other suggestions….it is hard enough for me to get business sometimes because my rates are so high…so what was I thinking about when I turned down 2 clients that had their checkbooks out…

I feel that it is really important to “Do the Right Thing”
I did not feel that hiring me was in the best interest of the dog. Why? Well in both instances the dogs were under a year old and both left at home in crates 7 plus hours a day….so instead I told them that the money was better spent at a doggy daycare…so at least they would have tired untrained dogs instead of just excited untrained dogs.  I think it that if you have a dog in a crate or left at home for more than  6 hours a day that you make arrangements for them for a dog walker or a day care for them.... after I turned those people down I have had more phone calls than ever this week....so..when one does the right thing....one is rewarded some how for it.....

I want to thank all of you who have been referring clients to me..i am quite flattered about all of the new business I have been getting from referrals.

This morning Linda went to the dentist so I am hanging with Romy and Clover...they are running around the playroom while I get some blogging and paperwork done..they are so being such good players together...

Saturday morning have turned into..."come to my property to work your dog and go swimming day" I have numerous clients that are not sure if their dog is aggressive with other dogs or kids or just want to take their dogs swimming and they have been coming to my property to find out since it is very structured and controlled.




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