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Franchising Performance

Our financials prove we’re on the right track.

14%
Annual Growth
$391,9631
Average Franchisee EB|TDA
20+
Years of Success
15
Locations
7,230
Guest Served in 2017

The K9 Resorts business model set new quality standards in dog boarding and daycare—quickly attracting a devoted clientele. Now its founders, with the support of a seasoned management team, are building a world-class franchise system that’s growing nationwide.

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The Investment

The cost to open your franchise will depend on several factors, including the size of your building, its location, construction costs, equipment, professional fees, and licenses. A K9 Resorts can vary in square footage from 4,500 to 6,000 and in opening costs from $915,655 to $1,292,859.

The Operation

We put the same level of care into creating our operational standards that we did into creating our pristine and comforting accommodations. Every aspect of ownership, from training to appointment setting to invoicing, is standardized. Zero guesswork makes for satisfied clients, which supports your bottom line.

The Potential Return

With lucrative revenue potential, growing demand, and precise operating systems, K9 Resorts was designed to help franchisees become their region’s premier dog boarding and daycare facility. Two of ten franchisees, open for at least 24 months with a 7,000 sq. ft. space, averaged $1,204,1131 in gross sales and $391,963 EBITDA.

Average Corporate and Franchise Location Sales

$1,617,374 Corporate Location, 2017
$760,977 EBITDA
$1,204,113* Franchises, 20171
$391,963 EBITDA*

1 Average of 7,000 sq. ft. locations. this information is based on the average unit gross sales for a 7,000 sq. ft. franchisee K9 Resort units that were in operation for the 12 months period ending Dec. 31, 2017. See item 19 of the Franchise Disclosure Document for more information. Franchises are offended by prospectus only.

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