May 17, 2022


Skillful Business Crafters

Mansfield-area friends with disabilities start own business

MADISON TOWNSHIP — Two young ladies with special needs had trouble finding jobs, so they started their own business.

Jenna Stigall and Anne Wrobleski, both 24, are running Simply Good Dog Barkery. They make pet treats with wholesome ingredients and donate 10% of the profits to support pet rescue.

Jenna was born with cerebral palsy. Anne has Williams syndrome, a rare genetic disorder characterized by growth delays before and after birth.

They receive help from their moms, Sally Stigall and Cindy Wrobleski.

“The mission of the business is to support individuals with disabilities and give them opportunities to learn about employment,” Sally said. “Our goal is to one day invite others in with us as we grow.”

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