Archive for August, 2017

  • More Nominations for WildWash

    We are having a fantastic 2017. As well as being nominated in two categories for the Petquip awards, we have now been shortlisted as finalists for the GHP Animal Health and Wellness Awards 2017 and the Corporate Livewire Innovation and Excellence awards 2018.

    Testimonials such as the one below are the reason we have been recognised:

    Lisa Wood – Doggy Dos and Donts- Dog Trainer/Breeder

     I am a dog trainer/breeder and also board my puppies and dogs I train. I have 6 working gundogs. I try and do everything as natural as possible. I have just been to my groomers who has used your flea and bug repellent on my dogs as I had a rescue in that had fleas and was worried about mine. It was amazing. Out of 6 of my dogs, 2 had fleas and we watched as your repellent just killed them as soon as applied.

    We are very excited and grateful for receiving this recognition for our natural pet products. We are developing some fantastic new products as we write this so watch this space and hopefully 2018 will continue to be a fantastic year too!

    Our next public show will be Discover Dogs so do make sure you put this one in the diary. For more information, please go to:

  • WildWash are PetQuip Finalists

    PetQuip have just announced a shortlist for the 2017 finalists for their prestigious PetQuip Awards. This is the 5th year of these awards and we have been shortlisted for Exporter of the Year and Product of the Year for our award winning Flea and Bug Repellent.

    We will find out the winners in September at PATS Telford where we will also be exhibiting.

    For more information about PetQuip please visit:

    For more information about PATS please visit:

    To see a full list of the finalists please visit:

  • Premier Groom 2017

    Premier Groom Logo Mark

    It’s that time again! Premier Groom is taking place on Sunday 13th August at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

    This year we will be sponsoring the Workshop Pure Breed Champion class and we will also be there on the Redcape stand, so please come and see us. We will be taking the gorgeous Belle, one of Pepper’s puppies to the stand, so if you love French Bulldogs, that is one more reason to come!

    We will have all our new award winning flea repellent products there, so if you haven’t tries them before, it’s the perfect time to start.

    For more info on Premier Groom please visit:

  • Testimonials Galore from Equine Magazine

    feature image for WildWash in Equine Mag

    We love Equine Magazine and from these testimonials we can see they love us too!

    This month they tried Wonder Balm, Healing Paw Balm and our Flea and Bug Repellent on dogs and horses. The results were great and we have more happy customers. The review are below, but don’t take their word for it…… try it yourself!

    Highly recommended by Equine Horse Magazone

    Very Highly Recommended Tried and Tested Review for Wonder Balm from Equine Magazine – Gillian McMurray

    This comes in a neat little pot, ideal for going in the pocket and thus useful over the summer months when checking ponies in the fields. It is made from organic shea butter with added natural essential oils. It has a pleasant lavender smell and since it is made of a waxy substance, it adheres well to the skin. I used it on minor cuts and found it absorbed well into the skin, keeping the abrasions moist and giving a healthy environment for quicker healing. This wonder balm is also recommended for use on hooves and I did rub some into the coronet band of one of the ponies. It absorbed well and softened rough horn on this area. I’m sure with regular use it would make a difference to the hooves but it used rather a lot product from the pot, so I feel its best use is for minor cuts and scratches where it definitely seems to help healing.

    Very Highly Recommended Tried and Tested Review for Flea and Bug Repellent from Equine Magazine – Sue Porter

    Omg, this is great. Although I still have administered the regular veterinary flea/tick repellent, I have used this product on a weekly basis.

    As the dogs are walked daily in fields, either from home or when we’re elsewhere with the caravan, it’s great to have the added protection this product gives.

    Not only have the dogs been regularly sprayed, but so have their beds and any other pieces of furniture I find them on, as it all adds to the repellent factor, and it smells so good too. As it’s made from natural oils I also sprayed it on myself when I was plagues with ‘mossies’ – and it worked!! So, I shall be keeping a bottle of this with my traveling canine kit.

    WildWash Testimonials from Equine Magazine

    Very Highly Recommended Tried and Tested Review for Healing Paw Balm from Equine Magazine – Sue Porter

    This has been used two to three times a week since receiving it as I was concerned about the heat emanating from the pavements when the dogs were being walked. Suffice to say you’d not get me walking around in bare feet! It helps protect the pads from the hot concrete/tarmac and also from the heat of the sand while on holiday. The pads were becoming sore and dry but now they look so much healthier. I will continue to use it regularly, especially when winter comes, as the road grit and ice can cause burns on the pads. P.s. great on rough skin on my feet too!!

    Highly Recommended Tried and Tested Review for Flea and Bug Repellent from Equine Magazine – Gillian McMurray

    I was looking forward to trialling this as it was a completely new brand to me. The repellent s made from a selection of natural essential oils as opposed to chemicals which I felt would be better for their skins. Our ponies often have very small ticks on their faces and bodies, especially in the spring due to the fact that wild deer can be seen sharing their fields. The product comes in a spray bottle but rather than having the ponies disappear at the first sound, I used t on a sponge to rub over their faces. I tried it on three young ponies out of five in the same field. Used daily for two weeks, there appeared to be a noticeable difference between the two groups, as I scarcely found any ticks on the trial group. It also seemed to repel clegs from biting the ponies. I am interested in continuing to assess this repellent over the summer as the larger ticks appear, to see if it is still as successful in preventing these ones from attaching themselves to the ponies.

    WildWash Testimonials from Equine Magazine 2

    To review this months magazine in full please go to:—August-issue-2017

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