Why is WooFDriver spelled like that?

Bill, who is dyslexic, is a pun-loving, fun-loving guy, who likes to play with words, whether it’s by toying with their sound, meaning, capitalizations, or spelling. Regardless of the struggles dyslexia has presented him, creativity has always been a strength for Bill. In all his projects, you will find wordplay, and he has developed a vocabulary that’s uniquely his own.
Huskies are descendants of wolves, so ‘woof’ is a play on ‘wolf,’ and the sound a dog makes. ‘Driver’ comes from the term ‘sled driving’. Put them together and what do you have? WooFDriver!

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