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Poms and Puppuccinos at the Pomeranian Pop-up Café London

As you will have seen from the busy London Dog Events Calendar, breed-specific cafés are often on the list of things to do. We caught up with London travel and lifestyle blogger Hannah and her adorable Pom, Bear to find out what exactly goes down at one of these events, specifically…

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Pup Philanthropy at I Believe In Dog: The Pop-up

I Believe in Dog…oh yes I do. I cannot tell you how much I love that phrase, one many of you will recognise from animal welfare charity Wild at Heart Foundation’s fabulous merch. Well, now the famous I Believe in Dog phrase has come to life in more ways than one…

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7 Reasons Why It’s A Paws Up For The Scruffs Orthopaedic Dog Bed

It’s a standing joke in our house that there are more dog beds around than there is human furniture to sit on – six dog beds for two dogs at the last count – at least they are spoilt for choice! Given dogs spend 12-14 hours a day sleeping (it really…

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3 Reasons to Visit Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park

Sometimes, there is nothing better than being a tourist in your own city and we’ve been making a point to discover more of the everyday great places London has to offer, often right on our doorstep. We recently paid a long overdue visit to Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park in Kennington, a…

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Dogstival | The First New Forest Dog Festival Is A Barking Success

Over the weekend, thousands of dogs and owners (over 10,000 of them including us) descended on the stunning Pylewell Park just outside Lymington for Dogstival, the first ever New Forest Dog Festival to take place in the area and we’re sure that many of the four-legged attendees would join us in…

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Ruislip Lido | An Unexpected Dog Beach In London

Not only is Ruislip an ‘unexpected’ place to find a dog beach in London, but it’s also the only dog beach you’ll find that’s still technically in London. We say technically as you do need to go as far as Zone 6 on the Metropolitan or Piccadilly lines to get there…

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Dog-Friendly Osterley Park and House | A Dog’s Day Out

Tucked away in the suburbs of West London is Osterley Park and House, one of London’s last remaining country estates which also happens to be dog-friendly. Residing majestically in the urban suburb of Hounslow, a visit to dog-friendly Osterley Park and House will make you think you have gone much further…

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The Best Dog-friendly Festivals in London And Nearby

With summer just around the corner, so is festival season – and this time we’re talking about human festivals rather than festivals designed for doggos which we’ve been talking about a fair bit recently. Londoners are spoilt for summer festivals in and around the capital but if you’re a dog owner…

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The Ultimate What to Take to a Dog Festival Checklist

You won’t often see me at a traditional festival (let’s face it…my welly wearing, camping days are probably over) but talk to me about a dog festival (yes, that’s a festival designed for dogs to have the best time ever) and I’m there – it’s amazing what the addition of one…

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3 Reasons Not To Miss The New Savage Garden Dog Brunch

Savage Garden, one of London’s top rooftop bars has definitely not gone to the dogs but what they have done is opened their rooftop to London doggos for the fabulous new Savage Garden Dog Brunch on the first Sunday of every month. We were invited along to the inaugural rooftop dog…

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