Warner & Jett Give Other Paws a Hand
A young animal lover and entrepreneur has melded his two interests with the launch of Bow Ties & Biscuits.
Eight-year-old Warner Insley of Salisbury and his family recently adopted a dog named Jett from the Wicomico County Humane Society. Jett inspired Warner to make bow ties out of scraps of material from his mom’s crafts cabinet – and the business was born. Then, he and his mom developed a delicious (according to Jett) recipe for baked dog treats with ingredients such as peanut butter and pumpkin puree and added them to the inventory.
Now Warner is, with help from mom Megan, dad Tonney and brother (silent partner) Everett, selling the custom–made bow ties and dog biscuits. And if you’re a cat lover and don’t want to feel left out, cat bow ties can be ordered as well.
Proceeds benefit the Wicomico County Humane Society and will help local animals like Jett find great homes.
To see Warner’s collection – there are lots of patterns to choose from – and to place an order, visit https://oldpostcompany.com/collections/bowties-biscuits.