Did you know that pet taxi’s are a thing? I’ve got this friend Michelle who doesn’t have kids and works out of her house as a home decorator. And on occasion, some of her clients hire her for her pet taxi service. It’s a unique niche where she picks up animals from their homes and takes them to the vet for shots or checkups or when they are sick. Pet taxi – whoda thunk?
Pet Taxi for Vet Appointments
When the appointment is over, she returns the pets to their home and the homeowner never had to take off work.
On other occasions, she delivers dogs to their new owners via plane. This one is a bit more interesting since the new owners will buy an animal in a different location, usually from a breeder.
The homeowner can’t take off work so they buy an airline ticket for Michelle and their new pet. Michelle boards the flight flies with the animal and meets the owner either at the airport or at their location to take delivery of their new pet.
Pet Taxi Delivers Dog To New Owners 2,500 Miles Away
The other day she delivered a dog 2,500 miles away. It was a four and a half hour flight each way, then she and the dog took an Uber to the dogs new home. The homeowner paid for her airline ticket, the Uber, and the delivery fee. (The fee ranges from $250 – $500 depending on the length of the flight.) And they paid her a food per diem of $35.
And that got me thinking – “Hey, I’m in the wrong business. If I could sit on a plane all day, read books and take naps, deliver a dog and make $500. I’m in.”
Pet Taxi For Busy Professionals
As people get busier they are willing to pay responsible adults to take care of their pets. Are you responsible? And can you deliver a pet to the vet or even cross country?
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