7. Pet Butler
Matthew Osborn worked two jobs, made less than $6 per hour, and was desperate for some extra moey. His salvation came in the form of Pet Butler, which he founded in 1987. After thorough research, he learnt that there were 100,000 dogs within 15 miles of his house and decided to take advantage of that fact.
Although the work was often dirty, Osborn’s business became so popular that he had to hire seven people and buy a fleet of six trucks. Currently, Pet Butler has over 3,000 clients.
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