Enterprise Beat: Canine Haus prepares to make its W.Va. debut in Barboursville group | Enterprise

BARBOURSVILLE – The Barboursville community wants a taste of how fun a trip to the dog house can be when the brand, known for its gourmet sausages, burgers, dogs, and one-of-a-kind creations opens this summer on 6344 US Route 60 in the Village Shoppes.

“This is my first location with the Dog Haus brand, and I couldn’t be more excited to be opening it with my daughter, Carissa,” said franchisee Vicki Marshall. “We were immediately impressed with Dog Haus. The top notch, unique food, corporate culture, teams and franchise support are second to none. There’s really nothing quite like Dog Haus, and we can’t wait to introduce all that West Virginia has to offer. “

The bespoke 300 square foot restaurant features a pickup window, outdoor garage doors, and a full bar with 24 beers on tap highlighting the local craft favorites, and serves the brand’s handcrafted in-house cocktails seen by Phil Wills on Bar Rescue.

According to Marshall, the Dog Haus Barboursville beer garden with two dog-friendly courtyards and multiple HD televisions is the perfect setting for the concept to serve its award-winning menu offerings in the contemporary aesthetic of a modern industrial space.

“We plan to bring Dog House to West Virginia for a while, and there is no better place to debut than Barboursville,” said co-franchisee Carissa Marshall. “My mom is an amazing business owner with experience franchising dozens of Little Caesars in front of Dog House. I look forward to making this big Dog Haus debut with her by my side. Our next step will be to hire 50 team members to join us as an integral part of this vibrant community. We look forward to opening and serving all The Absolute Würst this summer. “

Carissa Marshall said the Barboursville Dog House Beer Garden will serve its signature dinner, delivery and pick-up menu. The Dog Haus full menu includes gourmet dogs, sausages, burgers, fried chicken sandwiches, wings and side dishes. She said Haus Dog creations feature signature all-beef dogs with unique toppings served on grilled King’s Hawaiian buns.

Haus Burgers offer 100% genetically tested, human-grown Black Angus beef with no hormones or antibiotics in unique creations like The Freiburger with white American cheese, french fries, house salad, fried egg and mayo. and the holy aioli with white American cheese, smoked bacon, caramelized onions, and garlic aioli, ”she said.

The Dog Haus menu is rounded off by sandwiches, wings and strips of human-bred, hormone- and antibiotic-free chicken, including fried chicken sandwich creations such as Bad Mutha Clucka, a crispy fried or grilled chicken sandwich that is served with lettuce, cucumber and miso becomes ranch; and The Hot Chick with roasted Nashville-style chicken breast, pickles, lettuce and secret sauce, served on King’s Hawaiian Rolls.

All sausages and dogs are free of added nitrates and nitrites and are made from hormone-free and antibiotic-free meat, Vicki Marshall said. Dog Haus also offers plant-based burger and sausage proteins from Beyond Meat and burger proteins from Impossible Foods.

For the latest location and brand information, visit barboursville.doghaus.com or follow Dog Haus on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

30 YEARS OF PRACTICE: Dr. Brett Short from Short Chiropractic in Barboursville celebrates 30 years of practice.

Short graduated from the Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1991 and continues to provide comprehensive care to his patients.

“From the beginning, our goal has been to treat our patients like family members and to meet their needs,” said Short. “Helping people relieve pain never gets old. I thank God every day for my team of staff around me and the support of this fellowship over the years. “

Short and his staff offer a variety of health and wellness services that treat the whole family – from infants and children to advanced techniques for neck pain, back pain, and headaches.

Short Chiropractic is located at 99 Cracker Barrel Drive in Barboursville. Further information is available at www.shortchiro.com.

Fred Pace is the business reporter for The Herald-Dispatch. Send your business news and photos to fpace@hdmediallc.com. You can also call 304-526-2729. Follow him on Facebook.com/FredPaceHD and on Twitter @FredPaceHD.