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Scoop Soldiers Hits 13,000 Clients, Multiple Franchise Signings in 2022

It’s been an exciting year for the pet waste removal franchise, with lofty goals to close the year.

By Katie Porter1851 Franchise Contributor
SPONSORED 2:02AM 08/22/22

This year has already proven very successful for Scoop Soldiers, a 20-plus-unit pet waste removal franchise. The brand has increased its customer count, added more territories and is looking forward to closing out the remainder of the year strong. 

The brand hit a significant customer milestone earlier this year, reaching its 13,000th customer saved from the dirty work of cleaning up after their pets. It’s also projected that Scoop Soldiers will hit $12 million in revenue by the end of 2022.

Scoop Soldiers has also already signed on 14 four new territories in 2022 and opened a new corporate operation in Nashville. Part of these signings has the brand breaking into the Arkansas market and a franchisee acquiring the Georgia location as an enhanced territory. Half of the newly signed territories are up and running, while the others will be operating soon.

Another major accomplishment for the franchise is its partnership with Valor Service Dogs, an organization that trains service dogs for veterans. Scoop Soldiers has donated over $50,000 to the group since 2019 and sponsored the training of numerous dogs, one of which was just given to a military family it will help. 

This growth indicates that the booming pet care industry is not slowing anytime soon. The global market for pet-related services has grown to $261 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach $350 billion by 2027.

Scoop Soldiers is prepared to help entrepreneurs capitalize on the ample opportunity available in the segment. The brand is still looking to sign roughly a dozen more franchise agreements this year in markets across the country, including Texas, Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma, Arizona, Colorado, North Carolina and Ohio. 

“We have seen amazing momentum and progress this year at Scoop Soldiers. Our goal at the beginning of the year was to bring in 15 or more new franchises, and we are well on the way to doing that,” said Josh Cahill, president and co-founder of the brand. 

The total cost to invest in Scoop Soldiers ranges from $61,300 to $111,300 per territory. To learn more about franchising with Scoop Soldiers, visit