• Franchising Since: 2000
  • Franchise Units: 167
  • Cash Investment: $150,000
  • Total Investments: $339,600 - $708,000
  • Royalty Fee: 7%
  • Company Owned Units: 4
 
About - Camp Bow Wow

Entrepreneurs at heart, Heidi and her first husband, Bion, were always thinking up crazy, new ideas. Heidi and Bion looked for high quality pet care for their two dogs and failed to find what they were looking for so in 1994 they wrote a business plan for a doggy day care, gave it a camp theme and made it fun and upscale.

Six months later, Bion died in a tragic plane crash. Heidi received a settlement, but managed to lose most of it loaning to family and making bad investments. Five years later, Heidi’s little brother came to her and asked her if she still wanted to start Camp Bow Wow because he knew she wasn’t passionate about what she was doing. She took the $80,000 remaining from her settlement and said “Let’s give it a try.”

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