Wüf Pet Spa Opening Soon Across From Over-the-Rhine's Findlay Market

The pet spa will offer everything from nail trims to full grooms with blueberry facials

click to enlarge Exterior of Wüf Pet Spa - Photo: Provided by Wüf Pet Spa
Photo: Provided by Wüf Pet Spa
Exterior of Wüf Pet Spa

This summer, Findlay Market is getting a shiny new pet spa.

Owners Jessica Whitaker and Jonathon Casey plan to open Wüf Pet Spa early this June.  According to Whitaker, the upscale spa focuses on skilled styling and compassionate care, with a wide variety of services ranging from nail trims to full grooms (with complimentary blueberry facials, of course).

Pricing begins at $50 for small dogs and includes a facial, high-quality shampoo and conditioner treatment specific to the pet's coat needs as well as leave-in conditioner, nail grinding and a homemade bow and bandana. "Most salons and big box stores charge extra for these things, but at Wüf we try to give every client the most for their money," Whitaker explains.

Casey found his passion for the pet grooming industry when his childhood pet passed away and he decided he wanted devote his life to working with dogs. After working in a salon, Casey knew he wanted to start his own business in the future. The Casey and Whitaker met while grooming and decided they would embark on his dreams together. 

The pet spa will be located at 1812 Race St. in Over-the-Rhine, right across from Findlay Market. "We think the area really needs a dog salon, and are excited to give back to the Findlay community," Whitaker adds.

Wüf Pet Spa opens June 1 and is offering $10 off coupons for new clients on opening day, as well as raffle baskets with pet treats, free grooming for a year and more. 

Follow their Facebook page for cute dog pics. 

Wüf Pet Spa, 1812 Race St., Over-the-Rhine



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