Why We’re Taking Part in Wag This Way
Us dogs usually introduce ourselves by sniffing bums, but I know you humans do things a little differently around here. So instead, I’ll send you a playful woof and sloppy kiss to you all! My name’s Charlie and I’m the Chief of Barketing for Dog Furiendly.
I consider myself a very lucky pooch. Not only do I get to suppawt amazing charities like City Hospice, but I also get to sniff out pubs, cafes, hotels, attractions and events where my humans can take me too.
Out of all the cities we work in across the UK, Cardiff holds a very special place in our hearts. This beautiful city, filled with plenty of wagging tails, inspired us to create Dog Furiendly so that more dog owners could find places to visit and events like Wag This Way.
Oh boy, my tail is wagging just thinking about Wag This Way 2020 on Sunday 29th March!
Last year’s event was so much fun for us furry kind. We got to enjoy the ultimate walkies in a huge group with so much to sniff and plenty of new friends to greet.
Of course, the humans had a great time too with entertainment from Wyburn & Wayne. They spent most of the day trying to get the top score on the Dog Furiendly Sling The Sausage board!
Wag This Way is plenty of fun for all the family to enjoy, all while raising funds for such an important cause. Instead of donating bucket loads of gravy bones, we’re raising real money to support the hard-working staff at City Hospice who provide essential care for those who need it the most. How are we doing that? With a show-stopping dog show of course!
This year, we’re hosting a dog show at the end of the walk to find the most Fabulous Fella, Loveliest Lady, Precious Puppy, Best Rescue, Golden Oldie and the Waggiest Tail. Then ending with the best double act, which may be tough to beat if Wyburn & Wayne (no I wasn’t paid in gravy bones to say that).
You can be in with a chance of winning a rosette and tasty prizes from Burns. Hey, if we get 14 dogs involved with the dog show, that will pay for an hour of essential nursing care for someone in Cardiff with a terminal illness at City Hospice.
So that’s a wrap from me, I could talk all day but I’ve got some holes to dig in the garden. If you’re joining us for Wag This Way, head over to the Dog Furiendly stall and give me a cuddle!
To register for the Wag This Way sponsored Dog Walk, which takes place on Sunday 29th March 2020, at Bute Park, Cardiff, click here.
Kind Woofs, Charlie. xo