Archive for the ‘Pet Products’ Category

  • WildWash In GQ Magazine

    WildWash In GQ Magazine

    We thought we’d share a fab article with you that was featured in GQ magazine. Firstly, because WildWash had a lovely mention, but mostly because the article was really interesting and informative.

    The article is a Dog Friendly Guide to Cornwall. For any of you that have holidayed or visited Cornwall, you will know it is a fabulous place to go, and I think this article will lure anyone that hasn’t visited before. Leaving the airports and holidaying in the UK is easy, fun and great for the environment, so it gets the WildWash thumbs up!

    This was our mention:

    Designer dog shopping

    When it comes to designer accessories, doggy boutique Paws In Padstow is the place to head to keep your dog looking every bit as stylish as you do. Here you’ll find everything from soft leather Hunter collars to Barbour coats and beds. It’s a great spot for spotting the great and the good who frequent the more exclusive haunts around Padstow. (Gordon Ramsay’s a fan.) When it comes to grooming, the Natural Cornish Pet offers Wildwash dog shampoos and conditioners, which use essential oils and botanicals, and Hiro & Wolf designer canine accessories.

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  • WildWash Wins Another Award

    Corporate Live Wire Innovation & Excellence Awards 2018 for WildWash Co., UK

    WildWash have been awarded the Innovation and Excellence award for Best Pet Care Product of the Year for 2018 for the whole of Europe from Corporate Livewire.

    The Corporate Livewire judging panel were particularly impressed by how WildWash utilized natural ingredients to remedy to remedy common afflictions. Other winners of Innovation and Excellence were Nike and Netflix and so WildWash was in very good company.

    To view the Awards Guide visit:

    Password: IEA2018

    pet care products of the year includes WildWash Pet Co UK

  • Candle Launch at Pats Telford 2017

    wildwash new tin candle line

    We are looking forward to PATS Telford this year. The show takes place 24th to 25th September and we are on stand F36. For more information visit:


    We will be launching our new smaller sized tinned natural candles to combat pet odour.


    Utilising the amazing natural perfumes for which WildWash is known, our new range of tinned candles are versatile, colourful, fun and uber cost effective. Long burning and emitting no nasty toxins, our candles fit in beautifully in a variety of locations including homes, grooming salons, pet friendly hotels, kennels and holiday locations from cabins to caravans to villas!

    Light a WildWash Tin and those sneaky pet odours will vanish almost immediately.


    There are four beautiful colour coded fragrances from which to choose and find your favourite!


    RRP £17.50


  • Very Highly Recommended award for our Medicated Horse Shampoo

    very highly recommended by Equine Mag for WildWash Horse Medicated Shampoo

    Equine Magazine tried and tested pages gave our WildWash Medicated Horse Shampoo it’s highest recommendation.

    Their tester Caroline Powell says:

    “ When this turn up in the post with one bottle of shampoo and one empty bottle my immediate thoughts were that the company was a bit gimmicky. We decided to try it on a horse on which we were struggling to keep its coat right as it was very dull and itchy…… there couldn’t have been a more perfect candidate in the yard. We filled the mixer bottle up to the markers indicated, wet the horse and applied with a sponge straight out of the bottle and left him for 5 minutes for agents in the wash to do their job. After he was rinsed and dried off we couldn’t get over the difference in his coat, he was gleaming and he walked back to his box with a real bounce in his stride! Now when anything comes into the yard that looks a bit itchy and dull, the first thing we do is give it a WildWash!! No Gimmick….. it really does what it says on the bottle….. ‘Cleans, soothes, heals and protects irritated skin.’ And it doesn’t smell too bad either. The horses definitely feels the benefit of it.”

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