Woof Gang Bakery Opens N.Y. Store



Woof Gang Bakery opened its first store in New York, further expanding into the Northeast. Located in Rye, N.Y., the store will have a special grand opening event on May 19th.  


Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Rye is a locally owned franchise in Westchester County, offering professional pet grooming and a wide selection of healthy pet foods, gourmet baked treats, toys, supplies and accessories. The grand opening celebration will take place on Saturday, May 19th, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The first 20 dogs in the store will win free Woof Gang Bakery gourmet treats for a year. Additional giveaways will include complimentary pet food samples, pet treats, door prizes and photos by Tischman Pets Photography.


As part of the grand opening, three local pet rescue organizations will be on site with adoptable animals hoping to find their forever homes. Prospective pet parents are encouraged to stop by to meet the lovable dogs and cats from Wagging Tails Dog Rescue, Short Noses Only Rescue Team and Pet Rescue NY.


Local resident Debra Love is the franchise owner of Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Rye and is excited to provide area customers and their pets with healthy foods, quality products and professional pet grooming in a boutique setting. Love is committed to supporting and working closely with local rescues.


“I aim to make all my customers and their pets feel welcome in the store, and provide them with exceptional customer service and helpful information to find options that best suit their needs,” said Love. “The Rye community – both local neighbors and businesses – has already been so hospitable. I truly believe our healthy, natural approach to pet care is a perfect fit for this market.”


Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Rye joins six stores in New Jersey – Ridgewood, Allendale, Westfield, Bridgewater, Chester and Aberdeen – as part of the company’s regional expansion into the northeastern United States.


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