Barking Mad
Bank Holiday
Where happy dogs holiday!
Exclusive holiday home
Dog lovers
No collection or delivery charges
Two dogs in the sea
Sniffing out meeting

Home dog boarding

Wagging Tails provide a home dog boarding alternative to traditional kennels. Run by dog lovers for dog lovers our priority is the welfare and happiness of your dogs and your peace of mind when you are on holiday.

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What is dog boarding?

We offer home from home dog boarding
alternative to kennels or
imposing on friends
and family.

Give your dog a holiday!

Dog carers wanted

All our carers are first and
foremost dog lovers! They
are at home during the
day and have been
vetted by ourselves,
licensed by their
individual councils and
are fully insured.

Dog franchise opportunities

A Wagging Tails franchise is
the perfect opportunity for
dog lovers who are
passionate about the
welfare of dogs.

Run your local
Wagging Tails pet franchise!


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Pet Franchise wins big at 2014 EWIF Awards!

Friday 23rd May 2014

Lisa Suswain, Director of Pet Franchise Wagging Tails, wins Woman Franchisor of the Year 2014Pet franchise Wagging Tails proved to be the big winners at the 2014 NatWest EWIF Awards as they picked up two awards: Lisa Suswain taking the prize for Woman Franchisor of the Year and Clair Slingo, owner of the Wagging Tails Guildford franchise, being named Woman Franchisee of the Year. 

Speaking about Clair's achievements in winning the Franchisee of the Year Award Brian Whitford MBE (of category sponsor, Bartercard) stated:

"The attitude and behaviour of this franchisee ratifies the whole rationale of franchising to me; and that is that each franchise is a network of like-minded people that want to have their own business but want the help and support of a structured system, and others to feed off rather than having to struggle on their own.

EWIF Co-Chairwoman, Louise Harris, added: “It’s great to know we have honoured some of the best in the industry, both upcoming and established women in franchising. We hope it will inspire women everywhere to take a closer look at franchising



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