Paws on the Wharf

Canary Wharf
25 March 24  – 17 May 24
Guide Dogs

Put your best paw forward and get ready for an unmissable art trail – running for eight weeks, from 25 March to 17 May 2024.

Paws on the Wharf brings a collection of larger-than-life guide dog sculptures to Canary Wharf, each individually decorated by talented artists in vibrant designs.

Pick up the scent and follow the trail of discovery for an accessible and fun celebration of our iconic much-loved guide dogs.

Brought to you by Guide Dogs and Wild in Art, supported by Citi and hosted by Canary Wharf Group, Paws on the Wharf aims to raise awareness and vital funds to help people with sight loss live more active and independent lives.

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Visiting the trail

Explore the different options for following the trail.



A range of free-to-attend events are on offer.



Register your interest now in bidding for one of the unique sculptures.



Read more about each of the 25 sculptures.


NaviLens App

Paws on the Wharf is using NaviLens technology to support people with sight loss to experience the trail.


About Guide Dogs

Guide Dogs is here to help the two million people living with sight loss live the life they choose. Their expert staff, volunteers and life-changing dogs are here to help people affected by sight loss live actively, independently and well. 

Guide Dogs also delivers services beyond their guide dogs to help thousands more people with different needs lead confident and fulfilling lives. They are the largest provider of services that support children and young people with sight loss.

Making a pawsitive impact

Paws on the Wharf is a Wild in Art event presented by Guide Dogs and supported by Citi and hosted by Canary Wharf Group and the Canal & River Trust.

Find out more about Paws on the Wharf partners and sponsors.

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