Two franchisees celebrate 5 years with PetStay

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When Linda and Jane joined PetStay back in 2014, they began their journey entering the unknown of where this new adventure was going to take them.

Now 5 years on and having built up their very own successful branches, when it was time to decide to renew their agreement or not, both found the decision an easy one to make!
When wondering where the 5 years have gone, here is what Jane and Linda had to say about staying in the PetStay family…

“Earlier in the year I celebrated 5 years with PetStay, so the initial franchise agreement was also due for renewal, Head Office invited me to renew for a further 5 years, I did this with no hesitation. I have had 5 great years running my own business and having tremendous Head Office support but at the same time being left alone to run your own business – so would I recommend a PetStay branch – off course I would.” Jane, Leicestershire & Rutland PetStay branch

“I joined PetStay in 2014 and set up my branch, PetStay East Lancs & Bury, which covers quite a large area. My contract came up for renewal at the end of 2019 and I decided to go ahead as I really love running my own business. I have some great carers, real dog lovers who get so much enjoyment (and exercise!) out of their ‘paying hobby’. Lots of the owners have been with us for years; they love the fact that the carers know their dogs so well they don’t have any worries when they drop them off for their ‘doggy holiday’. The carers also send the owners photos and updates on how their precious pet is doing, which also helps them to relax and enjoy their own holiday. All in all, the ‘happiness quotient’ in my job is high.” Linda, East Lancs & Bury PetStay branch

How is PetStay different from other home dog boarders in the UK?

PetStay have been established for 15 years and with a proven successful business model, PetStay’s franchisees benefit from strong market recognition, experience, and in-depth training, as well as a model that offers low overheads and high income.

We strive to prepare new franchisees with their dog care venture by supporting and advising them through each step of launching their business.

With the current circumstances, you may have had some time to wonder about being part of a franchise and being able to work from home. Even if you have no prior knowledge of the sector or experience running a business, our team at Head Office will be able to support you from business start-up to bustling branch!

So, if you are thinking of joining a franchise team with a proven formula? Then look no further than PetStay, a multi awarding-winning Pet Franchise.

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