By Pet Age Staff//January 24, 2024//
By: Pet Age Staff//January 24, 2024//
Press release: Dogtopia
Dogtopia, the nation’s leading dog wellness franchise, has opened a new location in Vintage Park, Texas on January 22. Located at 10130 Louetta Road. Suite J, Dogtopia of Vintage Park will provide award-winning services to dog parents in the community.
Providing personalized care for Vintage Park pups in a fun, enriching, and safe environment, Dogtopia sets the industry standard among dog daycares with its focus on three key benefits: socialization, exercise and education. Dogtopia allows dogs to enjoy plenty of exercise, play with like-minded dogs, and learn important social skills, all under the supervision of professionally trained canine coaches. Keeping safety at the forefront, each of the playrooms includes dogs of similar size and play style and is built with compressed rubber flooring to reduce the impact on pups’ paws and joints.
Dogtopia in Vintage Park is owned by husband-and-wife duo, Cody and Veronica Lovins. The seasoned franchisees bring with them an abundance of previous franchising experience, having opened a variety of different franchise concepts throughout Texas over the past few years, including a Dogtopia location in Atascocita. Their new Dogtopia in Vintage Park will be operated by general manager Mackenzie Lochrie, who is excited to begin building connections with local dog owners in the Vintage Park community.
“The Dogtopia brand truly sets itself apart from other pet care concepts in our area due to our approach and the quality of our services,” said Lochrie. “It’s extremely fulfilling to be a part of our new Vintage Park location from the ground up, and we cannot wait to begin making a positive impact by offering our award-winning dog daycare, boarding and spa.”
The new Vintage Park location is a proud supporter of The Dogtopia Foundation, a nonprofit with the mission to enable dogs to positively change our world, funds programs focused on three worthy causes: service dogs for veterans, therapy dogs for students, and employment initiatives for adults with autism. One hundred percent of funds raised are donated directly to the supported organizations.