Wag Hotels and Rover are known for dog day-care. Now they have got competition with DogDrop’s launch in Los Angeles. DogDrop aims to provide day care services for dogs at reasonable prices.
There is monthly membership available too. Dog parents can drop their dogs in the service centre and pick them up whenever possible. Other than that, getting inspired from doggy daycare in Perth, hourly options are also made available. Though you will have to pay for the month subscription that is available from $20 per month for 3 hours day-care plus 10% for workshops to $800/ month for unlimited day-care + 20% off workshops.
Dogdrop co-founder Shaina Denny said in a statement that DogDrop is for modern day dog parent who have high expectations in quality care. “We are centred on community, and our thoughtfully designed spaces are streamlining the dog service experience,” she writes. DogDrop, she maintains, wants dogs to stay happy and healthy always.
Dogdrop is not disclosing how much funding it has. But was incubated by Science, which previously backed DogVacay. The plan is to open its first location in Los Angeles this September, and add more locations next year.
DogDrop is looking at opening more branches in coming years. They plan to scale bigger & better. It wants to be the most trusted and reliable service providers for dogs & its owners. They are committed to delivering quality dog care services while easing the pain points of cost and rigid schedules in traditional dog care.