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Three Dog Bakery Extends Franchising Opportunity to Military Members

Own a dog-friendly business for less.




(PRESS RELEASE) KANSAS CITY, MO — Three Dog Bakery has always been passionate about supporting our nation’s military members. Through its support of Friends in Service of Heroes (FISH) and their annual Veterans Day fundraiser, the company has contributed over $75,000 in support of securing service dogs for our veterans. The company’s newest initiative is the Military Franchise Discount Program. “We are proud to continue to grow our partnership with America’s heroes through our military franchise program that will offer qualified individuals the opportunity to purchase a Three Dog Bakery franchise at a discount,” said Joe Dent, president of Franchising & Corporate Bakeries.

Three Dog Bakery is growing its franchise network with over 45 bakeries open and 10 additional bakeries launching in 2022. The timing is perfect to extend this special offer to all active and retired military members. Any military member interested in opening a Three Dog Bakery can do so for 20% off the initial franchise fee of $40,000.

“We are thankful to those who served our country and look forward to doing even more for these men and women,” said Dent.

Three Dog Bakery is a full-service dog bakery and pet supply retail store concept. They are in the business of celebration, focusing on the unconditional love shared between pet parents and their dogs. Offering everything from their famous fresh baked goods to dog food, treats, toys, leashes and more, they have curated a selection that will thrill all of our four-legged family members.

With an average bakery size of only 1,200 sq. ft and low cost of entry, Three Dog Bakery provides an exciting business ownership model for prospective franchisees. With the new military discount, the opportunity is even stronger.

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