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Woof’s Dog Bakery marks 5 years with ‘Thank You’ sale Print E-mail
Written by Marge Woodfin, Pilot staff writer   
May 16, 2009 06:00 am

To celebrate their five years of fun serving the wonderful patrons and pet lovers of Brookings and Gold Beach, Buck and Tracie Rosendahl, owners of Woof”s Dog Bakery, are having a blowout “Thank You” sale in both stores May 29 and 30. They will be offering 25 percent off on all store items except food and treats.

Both shops, Brookings’ Woof’s Dog Bakery, 97900 Shopping Center Ave., and the shop at 29525 Ellensburg Ave in Gold Beach, carry almost anything for dogs, cats, ferrets, and birds.

And proof that clients consider both of the Woof’s Dog Bakeries the finest and friendliest places to shop is evident in the fact that Woof’s was voted “The Business of the Year” in Gold Beach in 2006, and Brookings’ Woofs received the “Readers Choice Awards” in 2008 and 2009.

“In fact, Woof’s is now a destination spot for many summer visitors who return year after year to shop here, and they order Woof’s on line,” Buck said.

The shops are pet nutrition centers, featuring only finest in foods and supplements, and over the years have helped to cure many animals’ health problems based on nutrition. In the past, Kathy Gregory of Gold Beach, owner of cocker spaniel Murphy, related the improvement in her dog’s health after changing his diet to food from Woof’s Dog Bakery. “He’s not sitting here gnawing on his back and he’s not inflamed and he’s not itching, and he’s like a puppy again,” she said.

Buck said he loves working with the owners’ and their dogs, not only in the area of great health, but also in teaching new puppy owners the ease of training. He said, “The biggest thing a new owner has to learn is patience. Without that you probably will not succeed in developing a calm, obedient, and loving dog.”

Over the five years, Buck and Tracie have given away in excess of $60,000 in free food to customers, and also donated to the Curry County Animal Shelter and the Humane Society. In their attempt to help make certain that the dogs and cats are properly taken care of when it comes to nutrition, they also provide anyone who adopts a shelter dog or cat with a 10 percent off coupon for their first supplies purchased at Woof’s Dog Bakery.

Tracie, Buck, and their enthusiastic helpers, Brandie and Courtney are always available to answer questions and to work with their customers and friends to help all who care about the wellness of their pets.

“Be sure to stop in for the five-year anniversary “Thank You” sale and don’t forget to say hi to ‘Kona, ‘Tiki,’ and ‘Gracie, the Woof’s greeters,” Buck urged.

 

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