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On-demand dog daycare service Dogdrop announces its first Florida location

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Dogdrop, a leading on-demand dog daycare provider, has formalized its entry into Florida by finalizing its first lease agreement in the state.

This expansion will see a brand-new Dogdrop facility in the heart of Fort Lauderdale’s dynamic Flagler Village, specifically situated within the Motif mixed-use development at 500 N. Andrews Ave. The venture will be under the management of experienced multi-unit franchise operators, Nicholas Irwin and Miguel Angel Chuquichanca. The opening of this establishment is projected for early 2024, signifying Dogdrop’s commitment to fostering relationships with dedicated entrepreneurs keen to contribute to the booming pet service sector.

Reflecting on the significance of the location, Chuquichanca remarked, “We are thrilled to be coming full circle by opening our first location within walking distance of where we used to live as well as adopted our beloved dog Brick, in Foundry Lofts.” He further noted the ideal positioning of the Motif in Flagler Village, emphasizing its burgeoning population of career-driven individuals who prioritize optimum care for their pets. “These professionals are very busy and need a service that is convenient, seamless and takes the very best care of their dogs. We are so excited to be one of Dogdrop’s first franchisees and help the Fort Lauderdale community by offering this incredible service.”

The upcoming Dogdrop facility aims to provide uncompromised dog daycare solutions for those balancing pet ownership with demanding schedules. The establishment assures a sanctuary where pets are nurtured in a secure setting by a competent team skilled in canine socialization, exercise, and basic training. Enhancing the service suite, Dogdrop will introduce an array of dog essentials comprising portable wipes, biodegradable waste bags, and durable dog bowls. Exclusive accessories will also be available, elevating the overall customer experience.

Shaina Denny, Dogdrop’s CEO, expressed her optimism about the expansion, stating, “We have seen success and high demand in multi-family properties for our dog care services and know that Nicholas and Miguel will be terrific franchisees as well as ambassadors to our brand.” She also conveyed her enthusiasm about integrating with Flagler Village’s business community, hinting at potential collaborations on communal events.

Dogdrop’s service model offers noteworthy features like a sub-90 second curbside drop-off and pick-up mechanism, real-time communication updates, and a staff that boasts Pet CPR Certification. They offer flexible daycare options, where charges apply in 30-minute intervals, ensuring dogs receive the required mental and physical engagement. Furthermore, members can choose between Loyalty and Unlimited Membership, tailoring to individual usage patterns.

Chuquichanca reiterated the community’s deep connection with their pets, underscoring the timely need for elite pet services in Flagler Village. “Opening a dog daycare aligns well with the values and needs of the community, and we are excited to be bringing dog parents convenient and compassionate dog daycare.”

Lowell Bowen

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