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Discover! A Dog Business In A Box! Escape From The Daily Grind and Enjoy DogFest. Fun Guaranteed!

by | 6 Jun, 2019 | Events

Join us at DogFest!

MyWaggyTails is delighted to be joining Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and Clare Balding together with loadsa dogs and their 2-legged friends at Dogfest West, in Bristol’s Ashton Court estate, on 22-23 June 2019.

If you have a love of dogs, we’re here to offer the perfect solution. Whether you want to escape from the daily grind or to work from home. And what’s more, you can earn £20-60k+ per year

Visit us on Stand 45 and find out how we can help you plan, start, launch, grow and profit from your own dog business, whether you’re thinking of dog walking, running a business from home or a purpose designed doggy day care centre.

MyWaggyTails provides a ‘business in a box’ at a price that’s a wise investment. With growing demand, we help reduce the risks of starting your own dog business, saving you money and bringing you peace of mind. And we’re here to help you make it a reality.

If you want to put an enormous smile on your face, head to the have-a-go activities! It’s great fun watching your dog learn something new and most dogs love the challenge too.

Get your tickets to the UK’s Ultimate Summer Festival for Dogs, DogFest and join an amazing community of people who share the same unconditional love for their dogs.

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Discover! A Dog Business In A Box! Escape From The Daily Grind and Enjoy DogFest. Fun Guaranteed!

Join us at DogFest! MyWaggyTails is delighted to be joining Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and Clare Balding together with loadsa dogs and their 2-legged friends at Dogfest West, in Bristol’s Ashton Court estate, on 22-23 June 2019. If you have a love of dogs, we’re here...

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