Last Revised: 9/20/19. Posting #: 10249097
Key Words: pets, dogs, pet containment, pet containment products, pet products, electric fence, electric fence dealer, equipment dealer, litchfield
Financial Info: Asking Price: Seller will consider all offers. Gross Sales: $336,918. Seller's Discretionary Earnings: $113,552. FF&E: $24,500 includes company van.
Profile: A leading pet containment company in Northwestern Connecticut is seeking new ownership. This company is a registered dealer of a leading brand of indoor and outdoor pet containment products. The product features a proprietary smartphone app that allows pet owners to monitor their pet’s behavior and be alerted if the animal breaches a barrier or if the product needs maintenance. The fence system and containment products come with an exclusive training program developed to ensure proper usage by the pet and owner. In addition to sales, the business offers service packages and upgrades for outdated systems, replacement collars, and battery units. The seller of this company has established strong relationships with customers who purchase batteries and new collars when needed. With the seller looking to retire/partially retire, this is an excellent opportunity for a new owner to purchase this successful dealership.
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