Americans spend $34.3 billion annually on pets and one in every three Americans has a dog. Bark Busters in-home dog training franchise has a big market out there.
Franchise Profile — Bark Busters
Bark Busters is an in-home, holistic training company for dogs. Bark Busters skilled dog trainers go to a client's home and customize training for the dog and the client in about two hours using the same methods, body language and voice control, that dogs use instinctively in packs.Bark Busters training is guaranteed for the life of the dog.
To be a Bark Busters franchisee you must of course be passionate about both business and dogs.
Started in Australia, Bark Busters currently has over 180 franchises worldwide in Australia, the U.S., Canada, Japan, New Zealand, and the U.K., and has trained over 250,000 dogs. The company's mission is to establish a global network of dog therapists and trainers to enhance enjoyable and responsible canine ownership, and to reduce the maltreatment, abandonment, and euthanasia of dogs.
Entrepreneur Magazine (U.S.) has ranked Bark Busters #278 of the Top 500 franchises in America in 2005, among other accolades.
The franchise fee is $27,500 with a total minimum investment of $47,100 to $74,000 (including the franchise fee). Bark Busters offers large protected terretories, full training, and on-going support. Franchisees need strong sales skills, but get to enjoy flexible schedules.
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