The Dog Stop® Continues National Expansion by Securing 9 New Locations in Second Quarter of 2022 – Franchising.com
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July 13, 2022 // Franchising.com // PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Dog Stop® is thrilled to announce that they have signed multiple franchise deals in the second quarter of 2022 that will bring new locations to more American cities, many of which are in new markets.
The Dog Stop® will open their doors to provide their innovative, high-quality dog care and services to the following communities by the spring of 2023:
- Alpharetta, Georgia
- Atlanta, Georgia
- Arlington, Virginia
- Central New Jersey
- Chicago, Illinois
- Columbus, OH
- Frisco, Texas
- Katy, Texas
- Lafayette, LA
- Lexington, KY
- Long Island, NY
- New Orleans, LA
- Orlando, FL
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Finding all the necessary care services for dogs under one roof is something that you don’t see across the country, so we’re excited to bring our unique concept to more communities,” said Jesse Coslov, CEO and Co-Founder of The Dog Stop.
Owned and operated by dog people since 2009, The Dog Stop understands the complex process involved in dog care and knows that there is no such thing as a one size fits all approach. At The Dog Stop, expert staff at each location stay up-to-date on the ever-changing science that applies to dog care, behavior, grooming, and nutrition. Their facilities feature a retail store that offers best-in-class products and supplies, ensuring that every dog’s health and safety is the top priority.
As the demand for quality pet care continues to grow, more and more people are looking for a facility like The Dog Stop that goes above and beyond by being transparent with customers and providing all services dogs need to thrive physically and mentally under one roof.
“We are proud to have created a concept that both two-legged and four-legged customers appreciate,” said Coslov. “The Dog Stop’s individualized approach to dog care provides owners with the support they need as they navigate pet parenthood and we aim to continue doing so as we expand into more communities.”
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