Wag N’ Wash Highlands Ranch Celebrates Anniversary With New Ownership 

Press release: Wag N’ Wash

Wag N’ Wash Natural Pet Food & Grooming, a full-line specialty retail destination for cats and dogs, announced that its Highlands Ranch, Colorado, location will come under the new ownership of Jen Park. Park is beginning her entrance into business ownership at a special time as the location is celebrating its 13-year anniversary.

A go-to spot for companion animals and pet lovers alike, the Wag N’ Wash in Highlands Ranch has been providing self-wash and grooming services, natural food products and fresh-made bakery items for more than a decade. Park is passionate about the brand and very familiar with the location as she has been a long-time customer of the store. As the local owner, she will oversee daily operations and immerse herself into the community through various fundraisers and adoption events.

“I’m very excited to officially enter the world of pet store ownership and join the Wag N’ Wash team, after years of loving the brand as a customer,” said Park, a former marketing professional. “Having lived in Highlands Ranch for a number of years, I understand firsthand how passionate pet owners are in the region about caring for their animals. I’m looking forward to serving the community and making the next 13 years just as prosperous as the first!”

As an ardent dog lover, Park is excited to begin a new chapter of her career in the pet care industry. After working a number of years in the corporate marketing world, she always dreamed of owning her own business. She looks forward to serving the community and living the Wag N’ Wash mission every day, by taking action to support the welfare of pets.

“We are thrilled to bring on the Jen during this special time for the Highlands Ranch Wag N’ Wash location,” said Rob Flanagan, president of Wag N’ Wash. “Jen is the perfect person to lead this successful location, as she has a deep love for animals and a sense of commitment to giving back to the community. I am confident she will uphold our mission daily and continue to foster a positive bond between the store and its guests.”

With nearly 20 stores open throughout the country, Wag N’ Wash is focused on growing the brand in new markets including, Charlotte, Atlanta, St. Louis, Portland, Seattle, Austin, Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Northern Virginia, with qualified franchisees who have the ambition and skillset to succeed with the company.

Founded in 1999, Wag N’ Wash Natural Pet Food & Grooming is a full-line specialty retail destination for cats and dogs, has a mission to recognize, promote and foster the positive impact that companion pets and their humans have on each other. Wag N’ Wash provides fresh-baked dog treats, natural food, supplements, full-service grooming and self-wash facilities and toys. In 2020, Wag N’ Wash was ranked on Denver Business Journal’s Colorado-Based Franchisors List, Franchise Times Top 200+ List and Included on Franchise Gator’s Top 100 Franchisees List for the third year. Today, there are 17 Wag N’ Wash locations in eight states.

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