Wag n’ Wash Franchise vs. Pet Supplies Plus Franchise

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When it comes to finding the perfect pet, most people would agree that bigger isn’t always better. In fact, bigger pets are usually more trouble than the smaller ones are. Similarly, when it comes to franchising, experienced entrepreneurs know that the bigger franchises aren’t always the better choice. Being on the smaller end can actually have some unique advantages! Let’s take a closer look at two pet franchises by way of example: Pet Supplies Plus and Wag n’ Wash.

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Introducing Pet Supplies Plus Franchise

As the bigger dog in the room, Pet Supplies Plus Franchise has some impressive qualities. Besides their 30+ year history franchising, they have over 460 stores open and have been awarded first place by Entrepreneur for the past six years. Their retail stores sell pets, supplies, toys, and offer grooming services.

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Product Diversity

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Introducing Wag n’ Wash

Even though our smaller competitor only has 13 stores currently in operation, Wag n’ Wash Franchises has won their own share of awards and has some impressive leverage points.

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“We set our financial goals high, committed ourselves 110% and we achieved our goals in less time than we planned. Our growth was organic and everyday gets easier and easier. We now have two locations and can’t wait to continue to grow our Wag N’ Wash business.”
Wag N’ Wash Franchise Owner
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Smaller Can Be Better

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Being part of a smaller pet supplies franchise means being more of a contributor when it comes to growing the company brand. When your voice is one of a few rather than one of many, you wield greater influence as a leader and can mentor those who join the franchise later on. You’ll benefit greatly from Wag n’ Wash’s excellent marketing strategies and operational assistance. More territories also tend to be available with smaller franchises.

The Wag n’ Wash Brand is a Cut Above

Take a look at the two websites and ask yourself what impression each of them has on you. The Pet Supplies Plus Franchise website is corporate feeling and ordinary, while the Wag n’ Wash brand feels bright, lively, modern, attractive, inviting and playful.

Higher-end Products

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The global organic and natural pet food market grew 12% in its CAGR between 2014-2019. The rising demand for quality pet food coincides with the rise in pet ownership as well as increasing concern about the fillers used in lower-end products. Wag n’ Wash is here to answer the consumer’s demand for only the finest options when it comes to their beloved pets. As an all-in-one curated boutique, pet owners love using the convenient pet washing station and receiving exceptional customer support from onsite experts.

Lower Investment Range

To start up your own Wag n’ Wash store will take between $425,050-$789,350 while starting a Pet Supplies Plus Franchise ranges from $440,600-$1,315,200. The franchise fee for a single Wag n’ Wash unit is also less than the Pet Supplies Plus franchise fee.

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3 Reasons
You Can’t Go Wrong

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$96 Billion by 2020

Pet Industry

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$425,050 – $789,350


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Sometimes being part of an oversized organization means you get lost in the shuffle. If you’d rather make a start with a pet franchise that is all ears, that truly values your input and depends on your leadership to continue building momentum within this dynamic industry, contact Wag n’ Wash today.

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