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The Cakehound dog bakery opens first standalone storefront today

The Cakehound dog bakery opens first standalone storefront today

Jack McLaughlin

Good dogs across Columbus are rejoicing.

That’s because The Cakehound is opening its first-ever standalone storefront today. The popular bakery sells a variety of custom cookies, cakes, and cupcakes, but there’s one catch: they’re all made for dogs.

Using turmeric, beet, carob, spirulina and more, The Cakehound sells human-grade baked goods and is fully registered and licensed with the Ohio Department of Agriculture.


The new 1,000 square foot storefront will be located at 1147 Jaeger St. in German Village, with its grand opening taking place today. Store hours will be Tuesday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Until now, The Cakehound has operated from the basement kitchen of owner Teresa Jacques’ home, allowing customers to pick up directly from her house. Their recent move will allow the unique business to do more, however.

“I’m very excited to have a space to share with all the pups of Columbus who have been picking up orders in my driveway and following Cakehound to events and pop-ups around the city,” Jacques said. “The storefront will allow us to do same-day orders, whereas before all orders needed to be placed in advance, as it’s a fresh-baked product.”

Part of the bakery’s mission is to support the Columbus dog rescue community. Fundraisers and in-store events will contribute to this, according to Jacques.

“Looking forward to growing and meeting new friends within German Village and Columbus,” she said.

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