Creating your dream schedule


A common belief when it comes to running a successful dog training business is that most of your work will need to be done nights and weekends. It was something I wasn’t really keen on when I started out, but everyone told me that’s just the way it is when you’re a dog trainer.

So at first, I did it. And then I realised – this is MY business and I can design it and run it however I want it to look!

Thankfully, I was willing to challenge the, “normal,” way and test out if I really needed to be stuck working lots of after hours and weekends forever.

And shortly after that, working three week days per week seeing clients, I had my first 6 figure year.

So that’s the topic of today’s highlighted blog post – do dog trainers really HAVE to work after hours and weekends?

Read it here and don’t forget to share your experience in the comments below.


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