Linda did a lot of research before she decided on PetStay. Linda has been running PetStay East Lancs & Bury for nearly two years and says that she has no regrets.
PetStay East Lancs & Bury Branch - Linda:
"Having hit one of those barriers in life that you’re told you can view as a challenge or an opportunity (in other words, being made redundant) I decided I wanted to work with animals.
I looked at home dog boarding franchises as this is a growth area; more people than ever own dogs and they treat them like members of the family, so don’t want to put them in kennels. I did a lot of research and then decided on PetStay.
The franchise was reasonably priced and I liked the fact that the customer always meets the carer before the stay (which is not often the case with home dog boarding).
I’ve been running PetStay East Lancs & Bury for nearly two years and I have no regrets. I exceeded my targets for the first year and look forward to doing the same this year. Plus, I love my job!"
Sally & Garrod Were The First PetStay Franchisees
13th January 2017
Sally & Garrod run their PetStay business in Harrogate & York.
Jane Prince started her PetStay business in Staffordshire in January 2016
6th January 2017
PetStay allowed Jane Prince to run her business from home so she could be with her dogs all day.
Jane Moyes Runs PetStay Glasgow
23rd December 2016
When Jane Moyes was looking for a franchise she was drawn to dog related services and then she found PetStay.
Chris and Mark run their PetStay business in Derby and Nottingham
16th December 2016
Chris and Mark started their PetStay business in Derby and Nottingham to gain some work/life balance.