Dog Day Care Do’s & Don’ts

Dog Day Care Do’s & Don’ts


dogTEC business consultants Gina Phairas and Veronica Boutelle share best practices to help you get ahead in the dog daycare business. Learn how to avoid—or fix—common pitfalls in pricing, policies, scheduling, and marketing to increase and protect your revenue while providing the best possible care for dogs. Veronica and Gina draw on their many years of consulting with daycares across the country to help you run the most efficient, profitable, and respected daycare in your area


Veronica Boutelle, M.A.

Veronica Boutelle began her professional life as an educator before switching careers to dog training.  As the SF/SPCA’s Director of Behavior and Training, she drew from her background as a teacher educator and curriculum developer, her training experience, and her experience in business to support a staff of trainers, academy students, and interns in their quests for skills development, program design, and professional growth.  In so doing she found that her love was working with and supporting people who work with dogs.

Returning to the private sector, Veronica recognized the need for an organization that would support dog professionals working in the field. The result is dogTEC.

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