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any people stumble onto this lucrative side income by chance. Their pets mate
and before you know it, they have a litter of puppies or kittens that they can't
keep. They decide to sell them and discover that this could potentially be a
lucrative business. Unless you're planning on going into it big-time, this isn't
going to be a source of steady income.
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If you do decide to go into this seriously, you obviously are a pet lover and
have at least some experience (in the sense your pet has produced a litter of
offspring). You'll need to do your homework, finding out everything you can
about your selected breeding pet. You'll obviously want to select pets that
can fetch a premium price. Carefully selecting your breeding stock, you'll take
proper care in your pets health and diet. Other than that, your just basically
let nature take it's course. You have to learn about pet pregnancies and the
possible emergencies that could occur so you'll be prepared for any incident.
Dog and cats aren't the only animals you can breed of course. Statistics show
that there is a growing number of pet lovers who prefer "non-regular"
pets like iguanas, lizards, snakes etc. If you're thinking of this, contact
your local government wildlife agency and check with them if this is permissible.
If you get the go-ahead, then this could potentially bring in big money for
you. You'll need lots of space and make sure you comply with animal laws. You
will not be able to run your pet breeding business from your home unless you
have a very large area. Most municipalities have strict rules about animals
in housing areas. Check out the regulations in your area. If you manage to arrange
to supply your local pet store with your "products", you'll soon have
a very lucrative business.