Attract and retain Pet Owners to your cafe or restaurant with Pet Parking
Whilst RSPCA wellness centres and veterinarians such as major chain Pet Stock have trusted Pet Parking for over 8 years, 100's of cafes and restaurants around Australia are now using the device to attract and retain more customers.
Recent data shows that pet owners are now taking their dogs with them on errands 3.2 times per week, which equates to over 11 million in Australia.
Cafes such as the Odd Room in cheltenham, Victoria, use the device so pet owners who would otherwise walk by, can briefly park their dog and duck in for a takeaway coffee.
It is also used in beer gardens such as The Great Northern hotel, in Carlton, so customers can quickly park their pet whilst they consume a beverage or food, instead of having to wrap the lead around chair legs or poles. It also comes in very handy when their customers need to briefly run to the counter or to the amenities.
How Pet Parking Works
The Pet Parking device protrudes only 17mm from any given surface. The UV stabilised polycarbonate body of the device houses a stainless steel latch which is custom designed to tether the eye of a pet leash.
The latch swings off a stainless steel round bar which triggers the latch to swing out against any given pressure applied from the leash. This ensures a tethered pet is secured and cannot become detached.
When the device is not in use the latch naturally sits in the recess creating a slim line device with no dangerous bars or hooks.
Just $29.95 ea with free shipping in Australia.
What do customers say?
"Pet Parking has been a fantastic addition to our Care Centre. We use the pet parking for many reasons, but mostly to park a pooch who is next in line for a bath/hair cut in our grooming room, then to also park them once they are finished and waiting for their owners to collect them. We find this is also fantastic so customers walking through the store can view these dogs before and after our grooming service
At times if we have adopted most of our dogs over busy weekends and only have 1-2 dogs left in the centre, we will bring these dogs out to sit with us around the counter area to keep them company. By doing this we have also found we are giving the dog an even greater chance of being adopted as people can see the dog closer up and interact with them a lot easier."
Steph, NSW Care Centre
"We have used pet parking in our 26 clinics over the past 8 years. I love the design, particularly how they sit flat on the wall and provide quick and easy tethering of customer animals (as opposed to the silly pig tail ones that stick out 6 inches off the wall and catch on everything).
They are also really easy to mount. Make sure they are mounted into secure studs rather than directly into plaster via ‘wall mates’ or they will pull out.
Customer service and speed of delivery after online ordering has also been awesome, thanks all at pet parking! "
Dr Rod S Petstock Vet.
"Pet Parkers are neat little devices. They look tidy on a building and allow our customers to safely park a pet single handed. With arms full of laundry, this feature was imperative. Being so easy to hook a lead on, you would expect your pet houdini to easily get off, but after having pet parking installed for close to 2 years across 4 stores, all we have had is praise from our customers."
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