Neighborhood dog walker

Guest post written by Sandy Stein

Every afternoon at 3 p.m. I walk my toy poodle Marcy around our housing development. It’s something that we’ve done for years and a lot of the neighborhood dogs whose owners are at work during the day would come and walk by us or follow us along the fences in their yards.

I don’t know how I didn’t think of it before, but one day about six months ago I decided that I was going to start a dog-walking business. Plenty of my neighbors lined up and I got to spend some quality time with some bored dogs while making a little cash on the side.

I assumed that walking about five dogs at a time would be really noisy. However, it was as loud as I thought even though they all barked and made noises. This made me think that I may have a hearing problem so I looked up information about miricle ear and got a hearing aid.

Then I started really hearing all the barks and noises I had been fully missing out on.