Animal Security. Installing security cameras in barns and kennels can provide great benefits to owners and their animals. People are already paying for these installed security cameras. The owner can keep an eye on their animals even when they are not outside with them. They can watch their pregnant animals without constantly going to the barn, or kennel, to check on them.
Security cameras are extremely popular now in all types of businesses. These days it is hard to run a business safely without them. Since animal owners and breeders are generally in close proximity to their animals, it could prove to be quite helpful for them to be able to check on the animals on a more regular basis by using cameras. The animals will receive much better care if the owners can see which need their attention and when.
security cameras also keep the animals safe from unwanted visitors.
Just by seeing the cameras it will discourage many unwelcome humans from
trespassing and causing problems. If the trespassers are unwanted
animals, the owner can also be fully aware of what he/she is dealing
with and take care of the matter as quickly as needed. With breeders,
animal security can be of great concern to them, making sure that only
males they have chosen have access to their female animals.
Having cameras inside to watch their animals' progress when close to giving birth is a great asset too. Owners can monitor their animals from inside a residence, or office, to be fully aware if the animal needs assistance. Having cameras documenting these births can also be profitable in that they offer footage of the births of the animals sold. For sentimental reasons, buyers may want to own this footage and purchase it when purchasing their animal. This can help the owner offset the cost of installing these cameras.
If you do not have the skills needed, offer to pay someone dependable to do the installing for you. Find a reliable source to buy these cameras and monitors from and start offering to install these helpful systems to people that own kennels and farm animals.
Obviously if you want to start-off your new business slowly, start with your local area and contact as many animal owners as you can. Visiting Veterinary offices can be a good choice too and see if they would be willing to let you place information about your business in their waiting room. The Veterinarian may even be interested in your services.
Make sure that you contact the local feed or pet stores too. Try to place an advertisement in the stores, explain what you offer and how much you charge. If the store sells the equipment needed for these security systems, make them aware that you are able to install them for people that feel unqualified to do it themselves. Leave your business cards or pamphlets to pass on to customers. If this does not work, try offering to give these stores a percentage of the fees you charge for your service.