Neigh Barks

A Fur-tastic Franchise Oppawtunity
Awaits at Neigh-Barks! Unleash Your
Inner Entrepreneur Today.
Calling All Animal Lovers!
Neigh-Barks Franchise is Tail-or-Made for You!

Are You Ready To Unleash
Your Inner Entrepreneur

Embark on an exciting business adventure? Our franchisees benefit from a booming customer base, a strong and recognizable brand, and unwavering support. Our proven business model has already made a splash, and now it’s your turn to reel in the rewards!
Our Tail of Success

Neigh-Barks was first founded in 2017 by Becky and Ed Holloway, two animal enthusiasts who experienced the struggles of finding affordable and nutritious animal feed in Beaver County.

How to Fetch Your Own
Neigh-Barks Franchise

1. Hay

2. Barking Up
The Right Tree

3. A Very
Exciting Offer

4. The Purrfect Time
For Funding

5. Feline Ready For
The Future

6. Coming Home
To Roost

Hop To It!

Ready to change the lives of furry friends in your community and
be a part of the Neigh-Barks family?
Invest in a Neigh-Barks Franchise
Now – Paw-sperity Awaits!

With a proven operating prototype, strong profitability, and streamlined operations, Neigh-Barks knows how to set itself apart from the pack. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of a franchise that combines the charm of a mom-and-pop store with the expertise of a trusted national brand!

We Goat You Covered!

When you join Neigh-Barks, you’re not just investing in a franchise, you’re joining a supportive family that’s committed to your success. So, let’s embark on this exhilarating journey together, where support is just a wag away!

A Promising Turnkey Investment

Minimum initial investment


Franchise Fee


Royalty Fee


of Gross Sales

Local Advertising


of Gross Sales

Corporate Marketing Fund


of Gross Sales


Whether you’ve worked in the pet industry or simply have a passion for all things furry, we want to partner with franchisees who enjoy being involved with pets and are dedicated to their care!

Yes! We offer exclusive territories to all of our franchisees based in a defined area documented as a 50,000 minimum population base.

Prospective franchisees should have a minimum of $194,000 in investment funding to account for working capital, start-up costs, and the initial franchise fee to get their location off the ground.

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