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Why Choose Camp Bow Wow For Your Business Endeavor?

Why Choose Camp Bow Wow For Your Business Endeavor?

Embarking on a new business endeavor can sometimes be a bit of a challenge – but not if you select the right franchise! We’ve already discussed some ways to identify a great franchise opportunity in our recent blog post, but now we’re here to shed a little more light on what makes Camp Bow Wow franchising opportunities stand out among the rest.

We lead the Pack.

We take great pride in our business model. We’ve established a strong foundation that breaks the mold and disrupts the traditional dog kennel model. For this reason, we’ve grown to be North America’s largest dog day care and boarding franchise, with more than 130 existing Camps and more than 30 in the works. Not only is Camp Bow Wow a proven innovator in the doggy day care and boarding industry nationwide, but we’ve also got a proven track record of success. No matter the economic conditions, Camp Bow Wow has remained successful and prosperous, with no signs of slowing down!

There are plenty of bones to go around.

For Camps open more than 36 months, our top 25% highest earning franchises generated an average of $1,075,667 in annual gross revenue, and the average for all locations was $756,551.* The average annual owner’s discretionary income was $212,527 for the top 25%, and $137,249 for all Camps open more than 36 months.** As you can see, there’s plenty of money to be made in this fast-growing, lucrative industry!

Pet ownership is on the rise.

The pet care industry is growing, and with nearly 50% of American households proudly adding Fido to the family, the only way to go is up! In fact, the American Pet Products Association reports that there are about 78 million dogs nationwide. While we’ve all heard that a dog is ‘man’s best friend,’ what you might not know is that research has shown that more than 60% of pet owners also consider their furry friends to be members of the family as well. That being said, it’s no wonder they’re looking for the best in the pet care business – and that’s Camp Bow Wow!

But that’s not all…

Sure, Camp Bow Wow franchise owners enjoy being part of a fast-growing, profitable business model, but they also get to meet plenty of happy pets and pet owners along the way. At the heart of our business is one key requirement – “must love dogs!” Each and every Camp does their part to provide a loving, caring environment Where A Dog Can Be a Dog®, which allows pet parents to rest easy knowing their loved one is in the best hands.

Are you a dog-loving entrepreneur? If so, we’re waiting for you to mark your territory and set up Camp in one of our available markets today! Reach out at (870) 600-2713 for more information or request a free executive summary below to learn how you can join the Camp Bow Wow Pack!

*Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending on December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 48 (49%) exceeded the average of $756,551. Of the 27 Franchises representing the top 25%, 11 (41%) exceeded the average of $1,075,667. Of the 27 Franchises representing the bottom 25%, 16 (59%) exceeded the average of $437,405. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual average gross ticket, (2) selected expenses for expense-reporting franchises; and (3) system-wide gross revenue.

**Figures represent averages for the 97 revenue-reporting franchises open and operating for more than 36 months during the 12-month period ending December 31, 2015. Of all 97 franchises, 55 (57%) exceeded the average of $137,249. Of the 27 franchises representing the top 25%, 14 (52%) exceeded the average of $212,527. Of the 27 franchises representing the bottom 25%, 15 (59%) exceeded the average of $46,274. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes: (1) annual unit-level gross revenue, (2) annual average gross ticket, and (3) system-wide gross revenue.

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