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Tampa Franchise Show

Calendar Posted on Feb 25, 2015 by tmiltz

FlipFlop Dogs Attends the Tampa Franchise Show

 

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 Seeking Dog Lovers At the Franchise Show

 

FlipFlop Dogs will be exhibiting at the Tampa Franchise Show from February 28th- March 1st. Our goal is to reach dog loving entrepreneurs looking to make a lifestyle change by becoming a FlipFlop franchisee. The FlipFlop franchise differs from every other franchise because of the numerous benefits we offer our franchisees. Attendees at the Tampa Franchise Show will be able to speak with FlipFlop representatives to learn how our benefits will lead to a lifestyle full of flexibility, freedom of owning your own business and success!

 

FlipFlop Dogs is based on the internationally proven business model, UK’s Barking Mad, bringing the alternative to kenneling to the U.S.. FlipFlop Dogs is an exciting opportunity for dog lovers, and poses as an ideal business opportunity given the tools and benefits we offer. Franchisees are able to focus on the success of their business with ease as FlipFlop franchisors provide a Customer Service Call Center to answer any inquiries and set up new appointments, as well as, having a custom Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to easily sync your appointments and show influential marketing stops. FlipFlop franchisees find success as they network with dog owners, use our developed marketing tool kit and find day-to-day happiness as they meet with new dogs and dog lovers. The FlipFlop model is turnkey as there is no physical building space needed, which means less on-going expenses and a cashflow positive business.

 

The FlipFlop team will be taking the Tampa Franchise Show by storm this weekend, as we meet with individuals looking to grow their career success and start loving what they do as a FlipFlop franchisee! If you are unable to make the show and are interested in learning more, please fill out the application: Franchise Request Form. At the Tampa Franchise Show, we will be located at Booth #202. We look forward to meeting dog lovers looking for a change in their lifestyle and seeking more from their 9-5 job, by becoming a FlipFlop franchise owner.

 

 

Podcast with Barking Mad

Calendar Posted on Feb 04, 2015 by tmiltz

Podcasts with Barking Mad

Barking Mad and FlipFlop Dogs’ Get Social

 

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UK’s Barking Mad Social Media Manager, Richard Darcy and FlipFlop Dogs’ Jordan Miltz sat down to talk about what they provide for their franchisees, customers and how they continue to grow their brands through Social Media. The FlipFlop model is based on the award-winning Barking Mad franchise. After spending several months learning from Barking Mad’s founders, FlipFlop founders started the franchise in Ohio. Almost four years later, Barking Mad and FlipFlop meet again, in sunny Marco Island, FL. During this time we spoke about our business strengths and bounced ideas off one another. We had several great meetings and felt rejuvenated with numerous concrete ideas for future plans.

 

During this time, Richard and Jordan discussed their social media tasks, tools and best practices on a franchisor and franchisee level. Take a listen to the podcast below, by pressing play, and you will hear an engaging conversation on what we provide for our network partners and how you could become more social as well.

 

Start getting social with FlipFlop Dogs’ and Barking Mad!  Find Barking Mad’s insights and the original post here: Barking Mad Franchise Podcast.

Five Keys to Happiness

Calendar Posted on Jan 28, 2015 by tmiltz

Finding Happiness through Five Factors

Research shows what factors into your happiness

 

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A recent Business Insider report suggested the main keys to happiness.  Everyone strives for happiness in their life but not all are able to achieve it. Without a doubt, we go through happy and sad times based on the circumstances of our life events. Focusing on the factors that you can control, there is a reason why business owners, franchisees and entrepreneurs are happier than those working for at a routine, office job. This study is important to show how changes in your life can lead you to living a happier life!

 

There are five main factors that psychologist have discovered over the years that make you happy: achieving goals, meaningful work, experiences, exercise and seeing the people you love. Here’s our inside look on what these five factors mean in conjunction with being a FlipFlop franchise.  Writing down achievable goals and seeing them cultivate makes you feel accomplished and successful! At FlipFlop, we are consistently getting together as a franchise network to talk about our goals, explain our plans to achieve them and then discuss the results. This creates an accountability as a group and makes sharing the successes more fun. High fives all around!

 

Having a fulfilling, meaningful career is one of the keys to happiness. You spend majority of your time working, which is why it’s so important to seek out a career that you feel a calling toward. One of the best ways to figure this out is to think about what you enjoy doing when you are not working, or what you would do if money was not a factor. Do you enjoy caring for people? Do you enjoy volunteering at your local humane society? Do you look forward to running home to be with your dog? If you are a dog person, FlipFlop franchisees live a fulfilling career as they build their own business based on their love for dogs.

 

“Find something you love to do and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.”

 

 

We’ve all heard that “money can’t buy happiness”, which is true, unless you are talking about going somewhere or doing something. Going on a vacation or spending the day on a boat- having experiences–  is one of the main links to happiness. The expensive couch that you wanted for years becomes just a place to sit after the novelty of it wears off. Being a franchisee, you are able to make your own schedule and are making a considerable income, which allows you to go on vacation. There are no numbered vacation days, as you own your business. Experience the world with your favorite travel partner or go enjoy the beautiful beach day with your children. We want you to be happy and experience things!

 

Exercise equals endorphins. As a FlipFlop franchisee, you have a flexible schedule. You are able to schedule your marketing stops, meetings and appointments with what works best with you! If you like to take an afternoon spin class, go for it! You won’t have to miss out on an exercising opportunity because of your strict working hours. We don’t babysit you or require certain hours. Happier, healthier you is possible.

 

Lastly, spend time with those you love. Being around your friends and family is a wonderful feeling. FlipFlop franchisees don’t miss their son’s soccer game or a friend’s birthday dinner because work ran late. You get to spend more time with the people you care about. Being there during these fun events will make you happier and will make your life less stressful. Stop missing out on family and friends time because you have a restrictive job. Become a business owner and you will make your own schedule to have the flexibility to enjoy the time with your loved ones.

 

This was our take on the recent Business Insider article, read the full study here. We feel strongly that happiness is important for our franchisees. FlipFlop franchisees enjoy going to work every day. They chose to leave their desk jobs to become a successful business owner. If you are looking for happiness and love dogs, we’d love to speak to you about our exciting opportunities. We are looking to expand our FlipFlop network in 2015. Contact us today at: info@flipflopdogs.com, fill out an application or give us a call at (800)-710-1740×106.

 

 

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Packing List for the Dogs

Calendar Posted on Jan 21, 2015 by tmiltz

How to Pack for a FlipFlop Doggy Vacation

 

Packing list of the necessary items for your dog’s next FlipFlop vacation

 

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Your bags are packed for your trip, but what about your dog’s? Your dog has their transportation booked, their ‘hotel’ and their Companion Family has mapped out their daily activities based on their normal home-life routine. The only thing that’s left is, packing their FlipFlop bag filled with their daily necessities.  Depending on your packing style, you might be a light packer or a heavy packer (like me), but we want to make sure you pack all of the essentials for their vacation.

 

We’ve seen some crazy things stuffed in a dog’s FlipFlop bag. Every dog needs’ vary based on their breed, activity level and attachment to certain toys, but some items are necessary. This list is here to help guide those new vacationers, those struggling to remember what to pack at the last minute, and anyone in between. Our goal at FlipFlop is to make your life less stressful and more carefree as you travel. Feel free to print this list out so you have it easily accessible for future vacations as well.

 

Packing Checklist:

  • Collar and leash. Provide the collar and leash your dog is used to walking on, and one that would allow their Companion to walk them easily.  If your dog walks by your side with a harness on, but pulls with a regular collar, please pack the harness. Everyone will be happier on the walks this way!
  • Favorite toys. My dog has a Kong each morning. Kong’s make her extremely happy, keep her busy and provide her with a nutritious mid-morning snack. Having their regular toy to play with will keep their routine in sync and keep them busy if they are a little bored.
  • Daily food and treats. This goes without saying, but keeping them well nourished is very important so don’t skimp on packing the correct amount of meals per day for the duration of your trip. My suggestion: pack a couple of extra in case your trip is extended, for any reason. If your dog is a treat lover, provide enough treats for daily tricks and fun activities.
  • Water/Food bowls. Like any trip, your dog will need to have their own food and water bowl while on vacation. It’s highly recommended that you pack these, as their Companion might not have extra on hand. Plus, sharing germs are best when not shared.
  • Waste bags. Help your dog’s Companion out by providing a roll (or two) of waste bags so they can enjoy a hassle-free walk, hike or run with your dog.
  • Comfortable sleeping arrangements. The first night in a new place can be less focused on sleeping, and more on exploring (or listening to the new sounds). Your dog will sleep best if they have their normal sleeping arrangements at their Companion’s home. If your dog sleeps in a crate, break down and pack their crate (providing instructions on how to reassemble is a plus). If they sleep on your bed, that’s not a problem but provide those instructions as well. With their regular sleep environment, all will get a good night’s sleep!

 

Simple and easy doggy vacations is what FlipFlop specializes in. Just be sure to have their bags packed by your scheduled pick-up time and we will take care of the rest. Your dog will be chauffeured, acquainted and playing with their Companion Family before you go through security. Optional items include: seasonal accessories, such as winter booties or jackets, grooming brush, tooth brush and an old sweatshirt that has your scent on it.

 

Ready to book your dog’s first vacation? Start here: Schedule a Doggy Vacation. We look forward to hearing from you and vacationing with your dog! If you have any additional packing suggestions or questions about our doggy vacations, please comment below.

NAVC Conference 2015

Calendar Posted on Jan 14, 2015 by tmiltz

FlipFlop Dogs to Attend NAVC Conference 2015

 

FlipFlop Pro Model Beneficial to Veterinary Practices

 

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FlipFlop Dogs will be attending the NAVC (National American Veterinary Community) Conference for the first time, this year! We’re filled with the anticipation of meeting great veterinarians at this conference and explaining how FlipFlop will enhance and take their practice to the next level.  

 

Offering a premium, complimenting service to their existing practice, veterinarians will benefit by adding the FlipFlop service as it will add an additional revenue stream and make the practice the premier one-stop shop for dog care, without adding office staff or square footage. Adding the FlipFlop service is easy and does not require significant time or manpower because of our efficient training and built out business plan. Our international award-winning business model is designed to be turnkey and completely operational within a few weeks. With the Customer Service Support Center and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, operations are handled efficiently and professionally, without adding additional staff to answer inquiries and incoming calls. There are numerous advantages to how veterinary practices will enhance their practice with the addition of a FlipFlop partnership. Our FlipFlop representatives will be at the conference to speak more on this exclusive partnership and what is required to fit our criteria to add a FlipFlop service to a veterinarian practice.

 

FlipFlop Dogs is the alternative to kenneling, providing complete peace of mind to dog owners while they are away. Veterinary practices benefit by providing their clients with a needed service, which they normally rely on another business, competitor or an unsatisfying option, such as a family member. FlipFlop is a mobile operation, with only a van needed to transport dogs- meaning no additional square footage is needed in the practice. With this service, dogs stay in a real home, with certified dog lovers, rather than in a cold, concrete floor cage with minimal human contact. Dogs return home happy, healthy and, best of all, normal (just like they were on a vacation)!

 

Want to learn more before the show? Visit our opportunity page and fill out a form. You will be contacted shortly by a FlipFlop representative. At the NAVC Conference, stop by our Marriott booth #3834 to speak with us personally about our exciting opportunities with our FlipFlop Pro Model. If you are not able to make it to the conference, please email us at: info@flipflopdogs.com or give us a call at: (800)-710-1740 x106. 

 

5 Reasons A FlipFlop Franchisee Has More Fun

Calendar Posted on Nov 19, 2014 by tmiltz

Why Being a FlipFlop Franchisee Means You Have More Fun

 

Bring Your Work Week Up to Speed with Your Weekend Life

 

Being a FlipFlop franchisee is not just a career, it’s a lifestyle change that leads you to have a more fulfilling and enjoyable work week. Hate sitting in a desk chair staring at a computer screen all day, but love going home to your  furry best friend? Do you daydream of having a career that provides a flexible schedule and makes you as happy as a puppy licking your face? You are in luck and we are going to tell you how to start loving what you do with our five reasons why a FlipFlop franchisee has more fun than majority of adults.

 

Playing and meeting new dogs happens every day.  If you aren’t a dog lover, this is probably not the franchise right for you. Our  franchisees meet new doggy customers (“sniff” around for potential customers), return happy vacationing dogs and are surrounded by dogs all day. Dogs happen to be the most fun customer and we’ve found that they really love going on vacation. FlipFlop franchisees prosper with doggy kisses, wagging tails and snuggling with the cutest pups!

 

Helping dog owners go away by providing an alternative to kenneling. As a dog owner, going away is hard. The options of kenneling, having a pet sitter or relying on friends and family have proven to not be the best methods. Your dog does not receive the one-on-one desirable attention that you provide, in a comfortable home, while maintaining their home life routine. FlipFlop franchisees provide all of that, and more! FlipFlop franchisees enjoy providing their local dog owners with the ability to go away, without having to worry about their dog receiving proper care and attention.

 

Matching dog lovers with vacationing dogs. A great vacation is all about having fun, being comfortable and relaxing. FlipFlop franchisees place vacationing dogs with certified dog lovers who have similar schedules, live in similar home environments and enjoy the same amount of daily exercise. Meeting dog lovers means talking about dogs. If you love dogs as much as we do, that’s a pretty fun day. Then you get to match those great dogs that you met with the awesome dog lovers, to make for the best vacation for all! This is explained in more detail when you become a FlipFlop franchisee, but we’ve got a full-proof way for you to easily match the dogs with their best Companion. FlipFlop franchisees get to play matchmaker, but with dogs, and more smiles (and virtually no failing relationships).

 

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Not sitting at a desk all day. I don’t know how much you like to sit in uncomfortable, stuffy offices with an impersonal desk and a close, smelly coworker, but it just wasn’t for us. FlipFlop franchisees have a home-base, but spend most days meeting customers, networking with influencers and collaborating with dog organizations at fun events! Yes, going to dog events do help your business and, yes, they are extremely fun. FlipFlop franchisees seek out different tasks each day, which makes work weeks less boring and allows you to look forward to Mondays!

 

Forget the strict schedules and demanding deadlines. As a FlipFlop franchisee, you own your business, which means you have a flexible schedule. You have the liberty of scheduling your appointments, visiting influencers and going to events based on the schedule you create for yourself. Remember your kid’s soccer game you missed or your dog’s obedience training class?As a FlipFlop franchisee, we want you to be able to live your life and enjoy going to work. You create your project deadlines, your monthly and weekly goals and we provide any assistance along the way. Stressful deadlines and strict schedules are not conducive to a positive work relationship. We put significance on work life balance so that our franchisees remain happy because happy business owners are successful business owners!

 

Our FlipFlop franchisees are overall happier regarding their work life because they are able to live out their dreams of working with dogs and enjoy the aspects of owning their own business. If you are a dog lover, start doing what you love and join our FlipFlop team of franchisees. Request franchise information today!

 

 

 

Holiday Travels Without Your Dog

Calendar Posted on Nov 12, 2014 by tmiltz

How to Prepare Yourself to Travel Without Your Dog This Holiday Season

 

The holidays are here, which means that travel plans have caught us between leaving our precious dogs in a cold, concrete kennel or not seeing our extended family and friends. I finally got a dog of my own, and fully empathies with those dog owners who do not want to leave their pup…ever. I don’t want to miss a single part of her life, especially during the holidays! The fact is, we should be with our family during the holidays and it is okay to spend some time apart from your dog. You have several options of where your dog can stay while you are away, but in my opinion, I would only want my dog to stay at a safe, loving (warm) home with a caring family, similar to what she would have with me. Let’s assume you agree with me, which inevitably leads you to booking a FlipFlop vacation. Here are a few ways you can prepare yourself for the dreaded time apart, as your dog enjoys their FlipFlop holiday vacation.

 

Take Holiday Pictures, Before the Holidays. Have your dog pose for pictures in front of a Christmas tree or unwrapping their holiday gifts. You will be able to have the experience of enjoying the holiday with them, just a little earlier than usual. When you are away, you will have the pictures to look back on; almost like they are there. You will also be receiving pictures of your dog relaxing after a long walk, enjoying a delicious (and nutritious) holiday meal with their Companion Family and getting exercise to keep the fit during the holiday chaos. Pictures help in preventing serious sadness (or depression) when you are away from your dog. It’ll make you happy looking at the ones you took and seeing new pictures of how much they are enjoying their holiday! The more pictures you take, the easier your time apart will be.

 

Spend a Weekend Together. Spend some much time with your dog that you will need a break. I get sad when I’m not with my puppy for 30 minutes and soon I’ll be spending over two weeks apart from her. How am I going to cope? By playing, snuggling and spending literally every second together for weeks leading up to the holidays. This might drive both of us a little crazy but it’ll be worth it. Plus, I know that on her FlipFlop vacation, she will be getting 24/7 attention from her Companion Family so she can start getting use to the extra people attention from me.

 

Gronk and I this past weekend.

Gronk and I this past weekend.

 

 

Packing A Little Extra. Not being there for the holidays doesn’t mean that your dog won’t receive the same love and care that you would provide for them, but it won’t be from you. I want my puppy to know that I’m thinking of her, which is why I will be providing her Companion Family with some presents (aka wrapped treats and toys). Pack some things your dog can eat on Thanksgiving Day (such as homemade pumpkin treats) or open on Christmas day (such as that new bully stick she loves). I know I’ll be sending several Tupperware containers full of homemade treats and a new toy that I know she will love to play with (and one that will keep her occupied during her holiday stay). Don’t be afraid to stuff their FlipFlop overnight bag full of presents!

 

Thinking of the Positivity. Although I’m extremely sad to be leaving our puppy (Gronk) behind, I know that she will be providing her Companion Family with happiness, laughter and joy during the holidays. FlipFlop Companions host vacationing dogs because they simply love and enjoy the company of a visiting dog, without the full time commitment. They will be overjoyed to have our little puppy (who is now housebroken), running around their house. Thinking about Gronk’s matched Companion Family, who is an actively retired couple and does not have a dog of their own, makes going away for the holidays okay!

 

If you haven’t done so already, book your dog’s stay with your local FlipFlop franchise so they too can enjoy their holiday with a loving family! 

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Finding the Right Dog Leash

Calendar Posted on Oct 29, 2014 by tmiltz

Using a Leash to Lead Your Dog

Different Options to Help You Decide on the Right Dog Leash 

 

One of the most important materials you can own as a dog owner, is a leash. Unless you have bountiful acres of land, you need a way of giving them exercise, taking them out to the bathroom and for those lazy walks around the block. Dog leashes are especially important when you live in a city or near busy roadways. Protecting your dog from dangerous streets, other dogs and from wandering away, there’s no escaping the need for a safe leash. What defines a safe leash for your dog and what are the benefits of the different types of dog leashes? Each dog and owner are different in their preferences of what makes the perfect leash, but here are uses for different types leashes which might help to make up your mind.

 

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The three main types of dog leashes are the retractable leash, slip leads and the basic six-foot lead. While there are dual leashes and specific dog leashes for training purposes, these are the three main styles of leashes that are most common. Different breeds and sizes of dogs may determine the most appropriate leash as well.

 

Retractable Leashes: Does your dog like to wander and has the safety to do so? The retractable leash allows your dog to wander far away, while having a thin line back to you. You are able to stop the lead by pushing down on the button on the handle. The disadvantages of this leash are that your dog can wander too far away and you are unable to simply pull them back; the cords are often thin and could easily break (especially with a strong dog); and your dog could wander off and injure themselves. If you are in an active area, your dog can get tangled into a runner or bicyclist and injure everyone involved. One of the biggest concerns is that you have to keep a watchful eye. Your dog could easily wander into the street or chase after an animal and run into traffic. This leash is not ideal for those who are starting to train their dog how to walk on a leash or for those who live in a busy area, such as a city.

Slip Leads: Always in a hurry while running your dog out to go potty? The slip lead is the perfect leash for the quick, on-the-go run, but may not be ideal for long term uses. Slip leads are designed to slip directly over the dog’s head and choke up based on how much the dog is pulling. The major plus to this leash is that you don’t need a collar. If your dog is an easy-going, non-pulling walker, this leash is fine for short to medium length walks, but we don’t recommend it for extensive periods of time. Why? Slip leads tighten up when your dog is pulling and you are unable to control exactly how tight the leash gets around their neck. This is not ideal for those learning how to walk on a leash, but is useful when you need a quick leash to grab going out the door, or to have in your car for any emergency situations.

Basic Six-Foot Leash: You can make this ‘basic’ leash as fancy or as simple as you’d like, but the actual leash has the same mechanics and means of attaching directly to the collar and has a 6-foot lead. The options are plentiful from leather, nylon to designs matching your dogs collar; there is no shortage of basic leash styles. This leash is replicated so many times because it is the widely used leash. A sturdy metal clip hooks easily to the collar and has a loop at the end for your hand. The length is great for those looking to train their dog to walking on a leash and can be used throughout the lifetime of your dog. The disadvantages are that your dog is not able to wander and explore the area as much as with some of the longer leashes, and can be straining to use if your dog pulls a ton.

 

With all of these leash options, you should accompany your dog’s regular walking leash with a night-time safe leash that provides reflective or LED glowing material to maintain a safe walk. I’d also like to stress that dogs are completely different on what leash is best and enables him or her to walk safely with their owner. Dog leashes are designed to allow your dog to walk, run and play outside without negotiating their safety. Please remember to leash your dog when you are walking them outside.

 

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How Dogs Help You Socialize

Calendar Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by tmiltz

The Social Aspect of Being a Companion Family

 

Become a Companion Family to Gain the Social Benefits of Having a Dog During the Winter

 

As the cold weather is creeping in, dogs are a friendly reminder that you don’t have to lose your social life, even when the weather is cold. Having a dog by your side means staying in is less lonely, but also reminds you to get outside since they have to go outside for exercise and to use the bathroom. Pet owners gain health benefits year round from having their furry best friend by their side, and in winter this is especially true. With seasonal depression, less outdoor activities and motivation to go out with friends, we could all use a little wet nose nudge to get us out the door. Becoming a Companion Family allows you to get the same benefits as a dog owner, without the commitment of having a full-time dog. Here are a couple of reasons on how  becoming a Companion Family helps you become more social with a visiting dog!

 

Dogs have the ability to strike up conversation anywhere. Whether you are at the dog park, in the elevator or walking around the block, people are naturally attracted to others walking a dog. Your odds of meeting someone are greatly increased when you have a dog because they act as an ice breaker in conversation. In the winter people are hibernating to stay warm, so casual interactions are less common. However, with a dog, you’ll still have the casual re-ins at the dog park or people wandering up to you on the street. Dogs are your go-to social butterflies, without having to say a word.

 

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Dogs listen. Rather than walking (or swimming) away like other pets, dogs love having the human interaction and conversations when you get home. With eye contact and turn their head, dogs engage with you while making conversations easy and allowing you to speak your mind . When loneliness is setting in, dogs are the perfect companion to sit by your side and talk to. In a University of Chicago study, dog owners reported less loneliness than that of other pet owners. The strong connection and interaction is all it takes to make the winter breeze by, even when the days are shorter and the snow is higher.

 

If you already have a dog, consider becoming a Companion Family for your dog’s benefit. If your dog is dog-friendly, adding a dog for a few days at a time can help with socializing your dog in providing them with a dog to play with. In the winter,  a playmate can help with keeping them healthy and less rambunctious, as they can burn off the energy that they usually do while playing outside.  Another reason is that dogs playing with other dogs is different than with humans.  Playing with other dogs will teach them to be less aggressive and to share their food and toys (like a human baby).  As long as your dog is ready for another playmate, becoming a Companion Family can be a great way to keep your dog entertained and happy during the colder months where less time is spent outdoors. You can also benefit by getting to know a different breed or enjoying the cuteness of a puppy again!

 

 

Becoming a Companion Family is a fun way to enjoy the holiday season with an adorable dog, and spark new conservations with friendly neighbors. This winter make an effort to be more social, and happy, by joining our Companion Family network. We also have Companion Family gatherings so you can meet other dog lovers in your community. Sign up to become a Companion Family for your local franchise today! 

 

 

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2560896/How-mans-best-friend-help-make-friends-Owning-dog-makes-sociable.html

Mission Main Street Grants, Vote FlipFlop Dogs

Calendar Posted on Oct 14, 2014 by tmiltz

 

Help FlipFlop Dogs Grow

 

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FlipFlop Needs Your Vote for Chase’s Mission Main Street Grant for Small Businesses

 

FlipFlop Dogs is entered into the Small Business Grant for Chase, but needs your vote to get them to the 250 votes for the next round. With the Mission Main Street Grant, FlipFlop Dogs would be able to provide more dog owners with the solution of an alternative to kenneling when they are away. All it takes is a click of a button and 30 seconds to vote!

Here are the quick steps:

  1. Go to: FlipFlop Dogs Mission Main Street Page  
  2. Click on the “Vote Now” blue button on the right hand side. You will have to be signed into Facebook, but they will not post on your behalf.
  3. That’s it! If you would like to share the voting page on your social media profiles, you can do so right after you vote.

 

Thank you so much in advance! Your one vote really contributes to us reaching our goal in proceeding to the second round for the Mission Main Street Grant.