04/29/2013

Woof Gang Bakery, a leader in the pet industry, has grown to 33 locations, with the newest store in Wilmington, North Carolina. Opening May 11, Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Wilmington is a locally-owned small business, offering full-service grooming, and a wide selection of pet foods and supplies. The store is located at 1930 Eastwood Rd., Suite 108, Wilmington, North Carolina 28403; phone 910-256-5557. Erskine Smith, a Wilmington resident for 24 years, is the franchise owner of the Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Wilmington store. He is dedicated to the local community and to providing outstanding service and quality products for customers and their four-legged friends. He is excited to become a local resource for everything pet-related, including proper nutrition, healthy lifestyle and community involvement. Being surrounded by a variety of animals most of his life, and the proud parent of Rigby, a Jack Russell Terrier, and two rescued cats, he has become attuned to the unique nutritional needs of pets. “With the increasing focus on pets as family members, individuals are paying more and more attention to their pet’s health and well-being,” said Erskine. “I intend to offer a remarkably high level of customer service in a friendly, welcoming location for both pets and their owners.”

Woof Gang Bakery is the leader in raw frozen diets, kibble, canned and dehydrated dog and cat food. As well as carrying dog and cat food products, Woof Gang Bakery carries unique, fashionable doggie items, a variety of fun, tough toys, as well as fashionable accessories, collars and leads, and a wide range of doggie spa products. A customer loyalty program, pet-friendly events, yappy hours and adoptions are offered. The store is happy to also host pet parties and adoption events. A remarkably high demand exists for pet products and services. According to the American Pet Products Association, approximately 73 million homes in the U.S. own a pet. Americans will spend more than $52 billion this year on pet supplies, care and grooming, including an estimated $4.11 billion in spending just on services such as grooming.