You have wrassled the dog into the car and out of the car. You’ve avoided the big dogs and the angry dogs in the waiting room (looking at you, snippy Yorkshire).
You’ve waited for the diagnosis, going back and forth between worrying about the dog, worrying about paying for it and feeling bad that you are worried about the money as well as the dog.
Have I mentioned that you have taken time off work and you are worrying about The Boss (not the Springsteen kind)
And then you have to schlep the dog back to the car.
And even though, it’s 9 a.m. and you are not a functional alcoholic, you are thinking, God, a drink would be lovely now.
And that’s where my awesome money-making idea comes into play.
Frozen margarita stands outside of vet offices.
Something for the dog; something for you.
Not a really heavy drink but just a suggestion of alcohol to make you take a breath and realize it will all be OK. Nothing that will impair your driving at all.
And say, there are some kind of city rules that prohibit this. Well, why not have a bar set up in the vet’s office. Or at least margarita pops. Or flasks. Or rum balls. Just something.
I share this idea with you first before I race to the U.S. Patent Office, the Arizona Corporation Commission and other pertinent authorities.
But I will be back when I launch my IPO and am looking for investors – get in on the ground floor now before I expand into pediatricians offices, which will be just as lucrative as the vets.
You know this is a good idea.