Pet Business Owner Happy After Downsizing

Resilience and Inspiration: Judy Nunez’s Journey with Tails on Trails in the ‘My Economy’ Series

Tails on Trails, a pet business owned by Judy Nunez, is featured in the “My Economy” series. Nunez, who has always been passionate about animals, opened her business in Jersey City, New Jersey in 2012 as a way to accommodate her physical limitations following injuries that made it difficult for her to sit for extended periods. She found that dog walking was the perfect outlet to combine her love for animals with her need for physical activity.

The pandemic hit Tails on Trails hard, with Nunez employing only four to six people depending on the season. Despite this downsizing, she remains optimistic about the future of her business and notes that having a smaller team allows for easier management and growth opportunities. If you’re interested in sharing your own economic story, you can do so through a form provided by the series. Your story may be featured in a future edition of “My Economy,” providing insights into the challenges and successes faced by individuals from various backgrounds in their efforts to make a living.

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