Snaggle Foot Franchise
Estimated Initial Investment
The supplies, training and other start-up costs = $5,000 to $20,000 (depending upon your needs).
The initial, one-time franchise fee includes a territory, upto 90,000 households. The franchise fee also covers:
- Our Comprehensive Training Program
- Proprietary Operations Manual and Instruction Guides
- Dedicated hours with a Grand Opening Specialist, Business Development Coach, Support for Franchisees
- Protected territory for the life of your franchise
- Access to Snaggle Foot’s Franchisee Portal & System Documents
- Customized website specific to your location
- Your own account to our Scheduling software, including access to a customized Client Portal for your customers
- initial inventory of supplies needed to operate.
Special Franchisee Rates
Your pets think you’re special, and so do we! Veterans, retirees, teachers, and community leaders earn a special place in our hearts, and as a token of our appreciation, we offer significant discounts for these and other groups. Active military and veterans can receive up to 30% off our franchise fee—talk about special! Contact us to see how you may qualify. We also offer in-house financing and payment plans for those who qualify. Please ask us for details.
Our corporate royalty is an industry- ‘Low 4% Royalty Rate’ of your monthly revenues. This royalty goes towards:
- Full-time support, advice, and guidance
- IT support to help with computer systems and software
- Unlimited website updates
- Graphic design team for advertisements, mobile ads, etc.
- Re-ordering supplies at our wholesale prices
- Quarterly newsletter and conference calls
This website and the franchise sales information on this site do not represent an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can only be made through the delivery of a franchise disclosure document. Certain states require that we register the franchise disclosure document in those states. We are not directing the communications on this web site to the residents of any of those states. Moreover, we will not offer or sell franchises in those states until we have registered the franchise (or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and delivered the franchise disclosure document to the prospective franchisee that complies with applicable law.