Long Island’s First Fully Interactive Doggie Daycare Offering Franchises

Oct 30, 2016

Hounds Town USA—one of Long Island’s first fully interactive doggie daycares and overnight boarding facilities—is expanding across Long Island and the rest of the country, offering franchise opportunities to entrepreneurs interested in owning and operating one of these unique facilities.

Hounds Town USA was founded in 2001 by Michael S. Gould, former Commanding Officer of the Nassau County Police Canine Unit and a military veteran. Michael brings 35 years of commercial canine experience to the private pet care industry. “Our honest and straightforward approach to pet care is a refreshing experience in an industry that is inundated with many so-called professionals that are inexperienced at best, and exploitative at worst,” says Michael.

As a small business, Hounds Town brings to the table a unique experience for animals and their humans. “We offer an expertise in caring for live animals that no corporate pet care facility can duplicate,” says Michael. “It is a perfect franchise model.”

Unlike most other pet care facilities in the nation, Hounds Town does not breed discriminate. Since 2001 Hounds Town USA has hosted almost 500,000 canine visitors at their three Suffolk County locations. Hounds Town is positioned to expand to Nassau County and Queens, and a fourth location in Nassau County is in development.

In addition to offering fully interactive daycare, overnight boarding, grooming, and training, Hounds Town USA also works with local shelters and rescue groups through its non-profit Hounds Town Charities to rehabilitate dogs deemed potentially dangerous and are at risk of being euthanized.

For more information on Hounds Town USA, Michael Gould, and Hounds Town Charities, visit www.houndstownusa.com, www.michaelsgould.com, and www.houndstowncharities.org. For more information on franchises, visit www.houndstownfranchise.com or contact Jackie at [email protected].