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Wonderful Dog Watercolours By Small Creatures Studio

You can never have too many portraits of your dog in my opinion, especially when they are one of the wonderful dog watercolours by London-based artist Emma Cox, founder of Small Creatures Studio.  In Emma’s own words, she paints watercolour portraits of “mostly dogs, with a soft spot for rescue dogs,…

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Dog-friendly Borough Market: A Delicious Thing To Do With Your Dog

Did you know you can now add a visit to one of London’s favourite markets to the list of dog-friendly things to do with your dog? Yes, we’re talking about London Bridge’s renowned foodie and fresh produce top spot…Borough Market. Until a few months ago, dogs were not allowed inside the…

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Seafood Surprises at Dog-friendly The Melusine Restaurant

Tucked away in the heart of St Katharine Docks is a well-kept secret, the dog-friendly The Melusine Restaurant where the menu changes daily, serving a delicious menu of seafood surprises. Just before Lockdown, we were invited along to see just how dog-friendly the Melusine is and sample the seafood of course.…

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Esher Common Walks To Enjoy With Your Dog

If you’re looking for a tranquil walk in the woods and a place to cool off for pups who like a swim, Esher Common in South-West London is a great choice. With tall trees that make you feel like you’ve gone much further afield than Surrey and two lakes, one of…

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Bluebells and Narnia on the Banstead Woods Walk

If you go down to the woods today, you might just catch the last of the beautiful Bluebells on the Banstead Woods Walk or a Narnia surprise or two. We love discovering new walks to do with the dogs in and around London, as you never know what you may find…

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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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Radley Dog Afternoon Tea | 8 Reasons Why This Is The Pawfect Treat

Back in town just in time to welcome Spring is the Blooming London Radley Dog Afternoon Tea at South Place Hotel. After the success of the last Radley x South Place Hotel Afternoon Tea, we (especially Belinha) couldn’t wait to try this latest edition of the most stylish Afternoon Tea in…

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Dog-friendly Tower Bridge | Sightseeing With Your Dog

It’s not often that you find a London attraction that welcomes dogs, but one of those that do is London’s dog-friendly Tower Bridge. And not only is this an iconic London landmark but it’s also home to an exhibition bringing to life the history behind one of the capital’s most well-known…

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Get A Hollywoof Smile At The Lily’s Kitchen Doggy Dentist

This weekend, London dogs can look forward to the ultimate Doggy Dentist experience coming to Notting Hill courtesy of much-loved London pet food brand, Lily’s Kitchen. After the success of the Lily’s Kitchen House of Treats last year (which Belinha loved), and coinciding with Pet Dental Health Month in February, the…

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Dog-friendly Megan’s Islington Has Arrived in North London

A firm favourite amongst dogs south of the river, London’s favourite all-day brunch restaurant has headed north, with its first North London location – dog-friendly Megan’s Islington, opening this week. And seeing as Megan’s is such an advocate for our four-legged friends, of course, there was the usual launch night for…

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