There is an increasing demand for high quality, nutritious, fresh pet food due to a growing desire by pet owners to feed their four-legged family members food of the same high quality they feed themselves. Additionally, the pandemic created an increased demand for delivery of consumer products. These two things combined are creating a favorable environment for the successful growth of the Pet Wants brand. The first quarter of 2021 saw growth in the footprint of the Pet Wants network in Indiana, Missouri, and Maryland.
Meet the Newest Pet Wants Franchisees:
“I was ready to strike out on my own, be a part of something bigger and get more involved in the community as a whole. Pet Wants allows me to use my passion for animals to help people provide the best care for their pets and to help them live happy, healthy lives,” Markwood said.
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“Most recently we were living in Portland and we were both facing layoffs because of COVID-19. We were thinking about getting closer to home, so we decided it was time to start a new adventure. There are a lot of great pet-focused companies and boutiques in Portland, which is what inspired us to look into Pet Wants. We’re thrilled to be opening Pet Wants Lee’s Summit and to be serving our community members and their pets,” Ledbetter said.
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“Pet Wants provides a convenient, knowledgeable, holistic approach to caring for pets through quality nutrition,” Anita said. “As the owners of Pet Wants, we can help you learn about what’s in – and not in – our food and other products so you can make the best decisions for you and your pets.”
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These new owners all saw the value in investing in a home based, low-cost franchise in the booming pet industry. Pet Wants provides franchisees with proven systems and ongoing training for both the mobile and optional brick and mortar lines of business. If you’d like to know more about how to become a Pet Wants owner, fill out an inquiry form now.