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Franchise: Sit Means Sit Dog Training

Initial Investment
LOW:$50,675
HIGH: $123,850
Change in Units
+36.0% +32 UNITS (1 Year)
+61.3% +46 UNITS (3 Years)

About Sit Means Sit Dog Training

Sit Means Sit franchisees offer obedience and behavior training for dogs, including pets, puppies, hunting dogs, police K-9s and service dogs. They can also offer boarding and sales of collars and other pet products. The company is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, and began franchising in 2009.

Founded

2006

Franchising Since

2009 (8 Years)

Corporate Address

2900 E. Patrick Ln., #2A Las Vegas, NV 89120

CEO

Fred Hassen

Parent Company

Sit Means Sit Inc.

Units (Locations)

Where Seeking Franchisees:
Franchisor is seeking new franchise units throughout the U.S. and in the following regions/states: See List

Financial Requirements

Initial Investment

$50,675 - $123,850

Net-worth Requirement

$50,000

Liquid Cash Requirement

$20,000

Ongoing Fees

Initial Franchise Fee

$45,000 - $45,000

Ongoing Royalty Fee

$500/mo.

Financing Options

Sit Means Sit Dog Training offers in-house financing to cover the following: franchise fee

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Updated: September 21st, 2017

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