Hi, my name is Wolfgang, but you can call me Wolfie. I’m 2 years old in your human years (14 in doggie years which makes me a teenager!). I live with my human family (4 human sisters and my Mummy and Daddy). I also live with Princess Buttercup, their cat. Thankfully we get along just fine, in fact, she leaves me my favourite snack in the garden to chew on (Editor: Cat doo-doo). My doggie super power is, howling like a Wolf.
I’m part of the prestigious Pegasus parkrun Miniature Schnauzer Club along with my mates Herbie, Ollie, and Sophie. I’ve taken my human masters for about 15 parkruns. I normally do about 5.5 km as I have to stop on the first lap and water every tree and post that I’m allowed. I also have the prestigious honour of being Mr October 2018 of New Zealand Dog World Magazine. Because I’m so good looking I don’t usually dress up more than a bow tie, I leave the fancy dress to my mate Herbie.
When I’m not prancing round our awesome course I go out visiting one of the local rest homes as part of Canine Friends Pet therapy. I just love the cuddles!
Come and hang out with me and my humans at Pegasus, one of the many beautiful parkruns around the world!
This week we meet Pippi, who has just started attending Greytown Woodside Trail parkrun with her humans! Hi I’m Pippi, a bouncy, high-energy kinda gal, brindle boxer to be precise. I’ve been with my fambam since I was a wee pup, now I’m all grown up at 7 years old (nearly 8). I…
Paul Sinton-Hewitt, parkrun Founder and friend of Noel and Lian, shares how integral the pair were to the inception of parkrun New Zealand and the legacy that they will leave behind as they move on from their roles at parkrun New Zealand. I’ve known Noel and Lian since before Caitlin and Kelly arrived on…