A Business for the Dogs

Check out Tom Heath's latest post over on the WashBiz blog about the Canine Fitness Center, a small business that's all about man's best friend.

Entrepreneurs Maury and Lynn Chaput opened the Canine Fitness Center in Crownsville, Md., after their beloved dog Shadow tore a muscle in his leg and needed "swim therapy" as part of his rehabilitation. The couple couldn't find a pool built for dogs nearby, so they opened their own. Read more about how the Chaputs started their business and how they're doing now here. You might want to take your own pup for a swim.

By Sharon McLoone |  May 7, 2008; 11:35 AM ET Profiles in Entrepreneurship
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Dog lovers should embrace this story - the dog product and service niche is a multi- billion dollar opportunity - The secret is to focua on a specific niche as this couple did. I have many clients who have the same online with websites catering to very specific niches - one in particular - Funstufffordgs.com is a great example f niche commerce and a successful internet business for mans best friend
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