The British spend an estimated £10.5 billion each year on their much-loved dogs – and as a nation, we own of incredible 8.5 million of them. Most shopping bills have been cut in recent years, but the market for dog products and services is still growing strong – especially when it comes to training our faithful companions. It’s not just about obedience either. Television programmes and social media have made the British even more aware of how much fun it is for both owners and dogs to learn new games.
Which means if you love dogs, and dream of being your own boss, a dog training franchise should have you sitting up and taking notice.
Some of the most established and successful companies in the dog training sector share their trusted business model with people who want to go self-employed or expand their own ventures. Examples of the calibre and variety of these companies include Bark Busters, which has a network of work from home franchisees visiting owners to train dogs.
UK Dog Training Centres (UDTC) help entrepreneurs to find locations to join their franchises, as does the National Dog Training Academy. ADK9 provides training for family pets and guard dogs at its UK centres. Or, in the south of England, you could become a dog trainer under the Clever Dog Company brand.
These are just a few examples of companies ready to help you to set up and run your business successfully. However, they don’t just provide recognisable branding for vehicles and signs. The support on offer also includes such things as technical help with your website, training, and guidance on vital insurance and legal compliance.
Their buying power means dog training franchisees enjoy preferential rates on equipment and supplies too. The first step is finding the right dog training franchise. That’s where we come in. We will have you walking in the right direction in no time.