|Is Sally Smart?
Sally was fed up with her current job. She was just not getting anywhere. Huh! She decides to become a certified pet groomer. She needed a change in life. A way to make more money to give her loved ones and herself the life they deserve.
She enrolls in OnlineGroomingSchool.com for a very low price, and she studies hard for two months. She takes 5 pictures of before and after grooms, and sends them in along with her final test. She passes and earns two certificates; a "Certified Pet Hygienist" and a "Certified Pet Groomer".
She has no money to purchase a mobile grooming van or to open her own salon so she decided to work out of her own home. She places ads on craigslist.com and passes flyers everyday. She started getting busy.
Sally saved her money and then she purchased a used grooming van to do mobile grooming. She found it by visiting PetGroomingVans.com and found a nce one for $9995 fully equipped.
Unlike a mobile pet grooming van, a storefront salon continues to pay rent, continues to pay employee wages, continues to pay utilities, continue to be committed to be open 6 days a week, 10 hours a day whether it is busy or not, continues to have to renew a lease with an increase every single year, and continues to have to groom a minimum of 10 pets a day just to break even.
Sally has no expenses except for gas, insurance and supplies. Sally only wants to groom five dogs or cats a day at an average of $75 each. She only wants to work five days a week and she wants to choose her hours.
How much money can Sally make in a month from grooming dogs and cats?
Daily income, no tips included = 75 * 5 = $375
Weekly = $375 * 5 = $1875
Monthly = $1875 * 52 / 12 = $8125
Sally’s monthly gross revenue = $8125
Monthly Profit & Loss
Total Expenses: $1000
Monthly Net Profit: $7125
Annual Net Profit: $85,500