What am I going to give in return, aside from the love for your dog and the caring. Walk in the streets of Brooklyn or any urban area you know you have to really be a detective. It’s not just looking ahead and watching out for dogs, you gotta watch the sidewalks, the glass. Storefronts have good hearts and they leave out waterfalls in the summer. I will not let any of my dogs drink out of that.
[00:02:02] Rock let's start off by talking about your love and passion for what you do and and how you got started?
[00:03:00] Was your mom, she wanted to make sure you weren't afraid and she also had a love for animals clearly?
[00:04:00] Tell me about your business?
[00:06:02] Tell me what else, since we're talking about your business, what other services do you offer?
[00:08:05] What are some other things that maybe you haven't touched on that makes you sound unique?
[00:11:00] Rock, how did you get into dog walking?
[00:12:56] I'm sure that you have some amazing success stories. Would you share one of those with us?
[00:15:00] I get thinking about, what about dogs that are on medicine and you know diabetic and have special care. Well, talk to us about that?
[00:16:01] You become kind of part of the family in a way which leads me to the interview process with potential customers and clients. What's that like?
[00:18:01] I was gonna ask you how do you handle difficult issues with pets?
[00:20:03] I mean how many dogs, did you say you walk at a time because I'm blown away by the number I think I heard you say?
[00:22:01] What kind of advice would you give to somebody who's thinking of starting up the business up?
[00:23:00] So, just I'm thinking about some of the dogs you would say once in a while don't get aggressive. What's the situation with insurance?
[00:24:00] I mean these dogs get to know you pretty well. Do you get the same dog walker every day as a customer or client yours?
[00:25:00] How do you advertise?
[00:27:02] Alright, if people want to use your services, where would they hit you back?