Here’s a chance to own an established kennel business in a highly desirable area of NJ. This facility has secured its market share and loyal clientele for over 30 years and is truly a turn-key business. It provides for a wonderful ‘lifestyle change’ for those dreaming of working with dogs and reaping the benefits of business ownership; both financial and personal.
The 1700SF kennel is licensed for 125 pets, provides boarding, daycare and grooming services in a high growth area of Somerset County with easy access to Manhattan. The strong, self-sufficient staff runs the business with minimal day-to-day input by the owner. The well landscaped, 6+ acre property is classic ‘northeast’ with attractive, towering mature trees, a brook with ‘doggie swim area’ and seasonal plants adding to the beauty of the property.
Situated in an excellent school-district, the property has a lovely, well-maintained 2150 SF, 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath residence with comprehensive and separate dog-breeding facilities that will support a stand-alone breeding business. Above the 600 SF garage, a 600 SF one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment may be used for a kennel/breeding employee to occupy and live on-site or could be rented-out for additional income.
This facility is well suited whether you want to be an owner-operator or a bit more “hands-off’. Seller will provide training to ensure a smooth transition to this landmark.
Bay John Mule, 11 years old, 15 hands. We have owned him since he was weaned. Easy to catch, load, fly spray, shots and worming up to date. Has hooves trimmed regularly and shoes on twice. A Durango Outfitter leased him for a season and he went on the 100 mile pack trip from Silverton to Wolf Creek. Worked with by a local trainer for 60 days and trail ridden. Johnny B is a mule with a fun personality. Can be quick, likes to work, very athletic. Would be for a rider with more experience to start with. His current owners no longer ride. Asking $7,000.
12 year old bay paint gelding, 1200 pounds, 16.3 hands, four white socks, dark head with one blue eye and other partially blue. Shots de-worming up to date, trimmed regularly, has had shoes on also. Started by a professional trainer for 30 days and also ridden by a local trainer. Gus is a big horse out of a thoroughbred mare, he was raised as an orphan. He has alot of eye appeal with his size and coloring. His owners no longer ride. Asking $5,000.