Dog care company The Dog Stop plans to open 15-20 facilities by end of 2022, adding to three locations opened in 2021, with a goal of having over 100 locations nationwide in 10 years; facilities offer daycare, boarding, grooming, training and retail

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March 4, 2022 (press release) –

The Dog Stop, an all-inclusive dog care facility, is looking to accelerate its growth with a goal of opening 15 to 20 locations by the end of 2022 and having at least 100 locations open nationwide in 10 years, company officials reported. The brand opened three locations in 2021.

After researching the pet care industry and listening to the concerns of local dog owners, The Dog Stop founders Jesse Coslov and Chris Kane set out on a mission to provide a variety of high-quality dog care services under one roof. They envisioned a fun and safe environment where owners could trust that their dogs would love to play and receive superior care, as well as being a transparent, educational source to help people become the best possible owners they can be. Today, The Dog Stop’s all-inclusive facilities provide award-winning services such as daycare, boarding, grooming, training, and retail with the help of their highly knowledgeable staff

“Owners will always need somewhere to take their dog to socialize, board, groom, and train, but we are the only brand that offers such a high level of care in all of those areas,” said Coslov, CEO and co-founder of The Dog Stop. “As dog owners and lovers ourselves, we fully understand that no dog is the same and they need an individualized care plan. We pride ourselves on having something to offer all dogs, regardless of age, breed, or temperament.”

At The Dog Stop, expert staff at each location stays up to date on the ever-changing science that applies to training and nutrition and each product on their shelves is the latest and greatest in their respective categories, ensuring that each dog that stops by is getting the best care available, officials said.

“Since the pet care industry has exploded in the past few years, there is no better time than now to join The Dog Stop family,” said Coslov. “Because we are a one stop shop for dog care, it allows for a variety of revenue streams that other pet care concepts don’t have. The increase in demand for quality pet care combined with this makes us an essential business year-round and a great opportunity for dog-loving entrepreneurs.”

To continue providing high-quality care for dogs around the country, The Dog Stop is actively seeking multi-unit operators who can be semi-absentee, are passionate about dogs, and will go above and beyond to exceed the needs of customers, officials said. Benefits of this franchise opportunity include intense support from the corporate team as well as technology to streamline training and customer service, officials added. The Dog Stop’s initial franchisee fee $49,500 and the total investment ranges from $259,000-$586,000.

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