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K-9 Divine

Reputable Dog Ranch that offers doggie daycare, boarding and training while you’re away!

Highlights

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$10M revenue since company was founded. Growing 30% Year-Over-Year.
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We have 2000+ happy and loyal customers; 75% are repeat customers.
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We bought 88 acres of land. We are excited for better flooring, better heating and cooling, and more space for the dogs and staff!
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Help us provide the best possible experience for the dogs.
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We lease a 16-acre property with a 5600 sq ft warehouse and a 3200 sq ft house, both of which are used to house over 100 dogs per day.
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35 employees, including certified dog trainers, vet techs, animal shelter workers and volunteers and experienced animal care workers.
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4.9 stars from 200+ Google Reviews
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We have a van service that provides transportation to and from the ranch to DC dogs, which is a great convenience for urban dog owners.

Our Founder

Owner
Training and caring for dogs for over 15 years. Certified Pet Dog Trainer through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. Served as the on set trainer for the National Geographic show “My Dog Ate What?”

I have been working for several years to purchase a large piece of land and build a beautiful new facility. We are finally ready to do so, and need funding to help make our dream a reality.


The Story of K-9 Divine

In 2003, I decided to quit my corporate job and become a dog trainer. For 4 years, I built up a clientele and a reputation in Washington, DC. My clients would frequently ask me if I would take care of their dogs when they went on vacation. So, in 2007, I bought a house in downtown DC and began boarding my clients' dogs.

I hated having to walk dogs on a leash because it didn't seem natural or free. I wanted to find a place where dogs could safely run free, so I rented a farm near Annapolis and bought a van so that I could transport them back and forth from DC. We had one van and 3 employees.

Fast forward to 2019. We currently lease a 16-acre property with a 5600 square foot warehouse and a 3200 square foot house, both of which are used to house over 100 dogs per day.  We have 5 vans and 35 employees. But, it is time to expand and to relocate to a property that we own, not lease. I found an old airport for sale on 88 acres of land, and the airplane hangars are a perfect fit for cage free dog boarding. We will finally be able to design things just as we want them, instead of making due with a leased building that we can't change. We are excited for better flooring, better heating and cooling, and more space for the dogs and staff.



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