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Woof's Dog Bakery marks 10-year anniversary Print E-mail
Written by The Curry Coastal Pilot   
June 17, 2014 10:03 pm

The popular pet business recently relocated to the Northgate Center in Brookings.

Woof’s Dog Bakery, with stores in Brookings and Gold Beach, is celebrating its 10th year in business.

“Time flies when you love going to work each day,” said Buck Rosendahl who, with his wife Tracie, owns the stores. 

The couple recently relocated their store from the Brookings-Harbor Shopping Center in Harbor to 1031 Chetco Ave. in the Northgate Center. The Gold Beach store is located at 29525 Ellensburg Ave.

The new Brookings location offers more than doubled the floor space as the previous store and it is more convenient for shoppers, Rosendahl said.

To celebrate their 10th anniversary, the couple will offer a 25 percent discount on everything in both stores — except dog baths, food and flea medicine — on June 27 and 28.

During the last decade, the Rosendahls said they have given away more than $134,000 in free dog and cat food to its customers, as well as donating countless items to local animal shelters. People who adopt a dog or cat from either the South Coast Humane Society or the Curry County Animal Shelter receive a 10 percent coupon for supplies at Woof’s Dog Bakery.

 In 2006, Woof’s received “The Business of the Year” award in Gold Beach. From 2008 through 2014, the business received the “Reader’s Choice Award” by Curry Coastal Pilot readers.

“It is an honor and we appreciate the recognition,” Rosendahl said. 

“Over the past years Woof’s has been responsible for curing untold numbers of pet health problems based solely upon proper nutrition and the pet’s needs,” he said.

Rosendahl said he loves working with owners and their dogs, not only in the area of great health but in  teaching new puppy owners how to train their pets.

The Rosendahls said they are extremely proud of their staff — Calley Gertsch, Melinda Riddle and Breanna Sorbello — who “do everything possible to assure every customer and pet receives their undivided attention. They take personal pride in seeing that each pet receives only the finest in nutritional and other needs and are always available to answer your questions.”

 For more information about Woof’s Dog Bakery call the Brookings store at 541-469-3408; or the Gold Beach store at (541) 247-6835.

 

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