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Dogtopia Corporate Office Address

Dogtopia, Inc.
6245 N. 24th Parkway Biltmore Corporate Park- Suite 210
Phoenix, Arizona 85016

Contact Dogtopia

Phone Number: (602) 730-6000
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Email: Email Dogtopia

Dogtopia Facts

Founder: Amy Nichols
Date Founded: 2002
Founding Location: Alexandria, Virginia
Number of Employees: 1500

Dogtopia Executives

CEO: Neil Gill
CFO: Bryan Anderson
COO: Kim Hamm

Dogtopia History

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Dogtopia was founded by Amy Nichols in 2002. After a breakup, Nichols got a companion dog, a Boston Terrier she named Griffin. She found herself taking the dog everywhere and when she married, she sold her house and decided she wanted to create a business where she could spend more time with dogs and where she could spend her days with Griffin.

Dogtopia lobby Doggie daycare was a fairly new concept in 2002 but Dogtopia grew fast right from the start, with revenue of $750,000 her first year and well over a million the following year.

In June 2015, Dogtopia was acquired by Thomas Franchise Solutions. Dogtopia offers daycare, a doggie spa, grooming, training, retail products, and on-site cameras so clients can see their dogs anytime.

Dogtopia Ad As of January 2019, there are 100 locations in the US and Canada. Forbes predicts that the demand for doggie daycare and walking services will increase tremendously by 2024.

Headquarters for Dogtopia are located in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Dogtopia FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Dogtopia?
Answer 1: The phone number for Dogtopia is (602) 730-6000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Dogtopia?
Answer 2: The CEO of Dogtopia is Neil Gill.

Question 3: Who founded Dogtopia?
Answer 3: Dogtopia was founded by Amy Nichols in 2002.

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Sharon Pearce July 4, 2019 at 3:53 pm

I took my healthy 6lb Boston Terrier only 6 months old to your location in Commerce, Mich. On June 27,19 for a 3 night 4 day boarding. My puppy died 2 days later from HGE. She was severely dehydrated, and the stress may have contributed to it. A small puppy requires more rest and a calmer environment. I believe her distress should have been observed. Small puppies require more attention.


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