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‘Off-lead’ dog park offers franchise model

Paw Pounders has announced a new franchise opportunity for those “who want the very best for dogs and their owners.”

The Sutton Coldfield-based off-lead dog park is now offering to sell its franchise model to those interested in owning a pet business but afraid to “risk becoming a start-up.”

The business currently spans more than 10 acres and has operated as an independent company for more than a decade, during this time Paw Pounders said it has “built up a loyal customer base of dog owners who want a safe, secure and exclusive space to walk their dogs on a pay per hour basis.”  

Nick Parkinson, founder of Paw Pounders dog park, said:  “Nervous dogs lead to nervous owners and the combined stress between pet and owner makes for an unpleasant walking experience when it should be a wonderful time to bond and enjoy each other’s company.”

“The ethos and basis of the dog park franchise is to promote the very best of conditions for dog and owner, and because the space is theirs and theirs only for an hour at a time, it’s a lovely and cost-effective investment that brings loving dog owners back time and time again.”

He added: “This franchise opportunity could be that fresh start. It’s an ideal business for those who have a genuine passion for dogs and want the very best for their wellbeing. It’s rewarding and lucrative and no two days are ever the same, in addition you get to meet and work with some great people along the way who share the same values.

“Importantly, however, it’s a franchise that I’ve developed and enhanced, drawing on my years of experience in the world of dogs and one that I’ve implemented effectively myself. I’m well known across the industry  and looking forward to meeting and guiding franchise partners in the coming weeks and months ahead.”

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