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I’m Bridget and I’m the owner of WildWolfePack Treats. I’m a stay at home mom to two little girls and have so enjoyed showing my girls what it looks like to follow your dreams and to care and help others. I’ve always been extremely passionate about animals since I was a little girl. In early 2022, I made a batch of banana and peanut butter dog treats and shared them with my neighbor to give to her pup Daisy. Daisy was hooked and her mom told me I should think about selling them. My husband Noah and I took some time to get the behind the scenes stuff taken care of and then things took off. I knew from the get go I wanted to devote a lot of my time and energy to a shelter as rescue animals have a big piece of my heart and that’s why from the beginning I donated 50% of sales to PAWS Shelter of Central Texas where I also volunteered for 5 years. I’ve decided to take some time away and focus on other things, but will still continue to advocate for animals who need love and support. Our mission is to make the world a better place one treat at a time. Since starting WildWolfePack Treats, we have began partnering with Battle for the Bully, New York Bully Crew, The Animal Pad, Yaqui Animal Rescue, The Long Stay Project and TRAPRS who are all so incredible and truly go above and beyond for the animals in their care.

Meet Our Pack

Meet the team behind the scenes helping to make the magic.

Wendy Peffercorn Wolfe

Wendy is our Brittany spaniel/corgi rescue who was found running on the highway in Lytle, Texas. We adopted her when she was 6 months old and she has brought so much love and joy into our lives. She has been with my husband and I through our engagement, our wedding, the birth of our first daughter, moving from New York to Austin, Texas and the birth of our second daughter. Wendy is my ride or die and I love her endlessly. She is also our lead taste tester and ensures every batch of treats is the highest quality for your best friend.

Eevee Everly Wolfe

Eevee is our Plott Hound mix rescue and she was found in an abandoned warehouse with her dad and sister in Tennessee. Unfortunately Eevee was heart worm positive when she was found and had to undergo multiple treatments to help her recover. She started off as our foster, but became a foster fail when we saw the bond she and Wendy shared from the beginning. She’s doing incredible now and has been such a wonderful addition to our family. She is Wendy’s right hand lady and wants you to know she takes her treat testing duties very seriously :).


Suzie is our newest addition to the team. She started as our intern (foster pup) but has been promoted to one of our 3 taste testers and we are so grateful and honored to call her one of our forever girls. Suzie was a long stay dog at PAWS Shelter for over a year due to her being fecal incontinent and after bringing her home for a one day shelter break, it turned into a 5 month shelter break and then I couldn’t let her go. She is such an amazing addition to our team and family and we love her so much!