The WildPaws team love to try anything out so long as it involves our dogs, Wilbur & Paisley! So naturally, we couldn't miss out on the opportunity to try Doga with Britain's Got Talent & Made in Chelsea stars Mahny & Robbie.
Learn about how Mahny started out, what her plans for the future are & how you can sign up for a class PLUS watch footage of the WildPaws team attempting Doga!
We think it's safe to say that Wilbur &
At WildPaws, we pride ourselves on only stocking the highest quality treats, toys and accessories for your pets. We don't stock anything that we wouldn't give to our own. In fact, most of our amazing products have been tried, tested & given the paw of approval from our pups, Wilbur & Paisley, and our bunnies, Miles & Lily.
After our hugely successful antler promotion, we wanted to showcase more of our best-loved products. That's why we've
So where did we leave off? Oh yes, we'd just left Long Melford! We weren't driving back home just yet as it was our Uncle Andy's birthday the next day and we were going to visit him in the big city...
Our new bowl!
Anyways, after mum had finished screaming from her wasp sting (see previous blog post), we set off for our grandparents' house so we could travel up to London the following
Dinner at the pub!
We've been rushed off our paws lately so mum and dad took us away on a weekend break to the lovely little village of Long Melford...
We packed our bags and boxed up the last of the weekend's orders, before setting off on the road to Suffolk. After getting caught in traffic and bad weather, we arrived late in the evening at The Bull Hotel. The food service had already ended but the staff were lovely enough to keep the
Enjoying a birthday pupcake!
Yes, you guessed it...it was my birthday last month and I turned a big 4! How does the boss of WildPaws celebrate his birthday, you wonder? With lots of cake, treats, toys and walkies, of course! Read on to hear all about my special day...
We started celebrating a day early at our grandparents' house. They have a shop local to them which sells these yummy Iced Woofins and mummy couldn't resist buying one each for
All work and no play makes Wilbur a bored doggy...I'm pretty sure that's how the saying goes, isn't it? Well, if it isn't then it should be! Mum and dad have been keeping us very busy working at market stalls and boxing up orders...but we've also had lots of time for sun, walkies and swimming. The beginning of July was a particularly busy month (and a hot one too!)...
We had a market stall at the beginning of the month and mum and dad wanted to get
Now around this time last year, we discovered the UltiMUTT doggy day out called Dogs Unleashed. It's located in the picturesque Peak District, in Bakewell (home of the Bakewell pudding - yum!) and is a weekend event dedicated to dogs! It has everything a dog could ever want, including swimming pools, lure racing, agility tracks, handmade dog treats, toys and much, much more! I was on cloud (ca)-nine when we went last year! Anyway, when we launched the business,
Summer is here and all of the market stalls, carnivals and fetes are in full swing! When we launched the business last year, we had already missed the deadlines for the summer and Christmas events. So mum made sure to book us in early this year! Our very first one was actually our local market - the Beeston Wednesday Market and Paisley and I were honoured to be asked to be WildPaws Ambassadors...
Holding the fort!
The weekly market takes place in our town
We've been very busy working as WildPaws Ambassadors at market stalls and other events so mum and dad thought that we deserved a weekend off! At the beginning of June, we hung up our WildPaws bandanas, put away the laptops and rested our weary paws...ready for a weekend of fun!
Paisley at The Leopard Inn
It all kicked off with an improptu visit to Uncle Andy in Stratford-upon-Avon. He was travelling up there for a wedding and suggested us driving down to see him for the
Cancer affects us all in one way or another...even dogs! According to Cancer Research UK, 1 in 2 people born after 1960 in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. Last year, dad sadly lost his wonderful grandad to the dreadful disease. That's why we decided to participate in the fundraising event Bark for Life. We were going to walk 10km in memory of him and mum's grandmas who we also sadly lost to cancer.
On our sponsored walk!