Posts Tagged ‘United Kindgom pet campaign’

  • A Busy September for WildWash

    With the summer nearly over we are planning for a great Autumn. We are kicking off September at The French International Grooming Convention on the 12th and 13th September. It is being held at the Saint Lo Exhibition Centre and promises to be an amazing display of grooming excellence. One of our favourite groomers Su Eld Weaver will be on the judging panel and flying the flag for Britain. John and Nicky from Fair Paws will be there displaying WildWash. They are experts in our range and can’t wait to meet everyone. For more information visit



    Pats Telford promises to be the pet trade show of the year in the UK. It is being held at the International Centre Telford, St Quentin Gate, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4JH on the 27th and 28th September. You will find WildWash on stand F53 and Karen and Jane will be there on the day to see and chat with you all. It’s a great place to meet up with all our suppliers and we really look forward to seeing you all there. PetQuip are holding there annual awards there this year and WildWash has been nominated in all categories. Fingers crossed we win something!! For more information on Pats please visit

  • Help Us Take A Stand Against Puppy Farming

    WildWash Supports Pup Aid

    We are very excited to be supporting Pup Aid, a charity which campaigns against puppy farming. They are holding a fun dog show on September 6th at Primrose Hill, London to help raise money and awareness for this very worthwhile cause. We will also have a stall there and can’t wait!

    Last year Pup Aid launched an e-petition to help ban the sale of young puppies and kittens unless their mothers are present. Over 110,000 people signed their e-petition and the issue is now going to be debated in Parliament on September 4th 2014.

    They need as many MPs as possible do their bit – to show the Government that there is strong, cross-party support for tackling puppy farming. MPs are already getting involved but we need you to make sure your MP knows about this issue. For more information visit

    Pup Aid Event For Stand Against Puppy Mills