London Support Groups for Dog Owners in Self-Isolation

Taking your dog for a walk or going to buy dog food was something we all took for granted until the stark reality of the Coronavirus hit. And it’s about to hit even harder when as per government estimates, 1.5 million elderly and vulnerable people go into lockdown for the next…

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The Best of Dog-friendly Canary Wharf and Limehouse by Hattie

Despite the difficult and unprecedented times when everyone is staying home, we’re going to keep shining the spotlight on London’s dog-friendly restaurants, cafés and bars so that all have something to look forward to when things get back to normal and the venues know we won’t forget them and will be…

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The Best Dog-friendly Things To Do in London | Dog-friendly London

We’re all about spending more time with our dogs, aren’t you? Well, it’s lucky that Londoners have plenty of opportunities to do just that as the number of places in London that welcome dogs as well as events and things we can do with our pups, keeps on growing. So whether…

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Denbies Dog-friendly Vineyard | A Delightful Day Out

Did you know we have a spectacular vineyard less than an hour from London? Well we do, 265 acres of it to be precise. In fact, Denbies Wine Estate and Dog-friendly Vineyard in Dorking, Surrey is the largest vineyard in the UK. We spent a sunny day last month exploring the…

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42 Free Dog-friendly Things To Do in London | Dog-Friendly London

As the saying goes, the best things in life are FREE! We love a dog-friendly London ticketed event as much as the next pup parent just not all the time. Fortunately, there are so many cool things to do for canines in London that won’t cost you a penny outside of…

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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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Oxshott Woods Dog Walks and A Giant Sandpit Surprise

We love discovering new routes for our weekend walkies and London dogs are spoilt with so much to discover both in and very close to London. Recently, we took a trip to Oxshott Heath and Woods, a beautiful 200-acre hidden gem in Surrey, just 40 mins from London on the train…

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Renting With A Dog In London | The Ultimate Guide

Ask most people if renting with a dog in London is difficult or easy and most people will say difficult or as we heard, often impossible – although there are some lucky exceptions. This is at a time when Generation Rent is a real phenomena and renting is on the rise…

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5 Dog-Friendly Days Out To Escape London For The Day

Even though London is increasingly dog-friendly, with all kinds of places for you and your dog to eat, explore, or just hang out, sometimes it’s nice to venture out of the city and discover somewhere new. With London being at the heart of the UK’s transport links, it’s easier than you think…

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The Dogvine Guide To A Shoreditch Street Art Dog Walk

Belinha and I recently co-hosted a fabulously fun event with award-winning photographer Emma O’Brien – the ‘Shoreditch Street Art + Dogs Photo Walk’. We took to the streets of Shoreditch to capture two of my favourite things together, colourful street art and doggos. It seems I’m not the only one who thinks…

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