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15 Virtual Dog Events You Can Join In Online

Staying home doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the fun, especially the dog event fun! Generally, around this time of the year, our Dog Events Calendar would be filling up with lots of dog shows, meet-ups and other fun things to do with your dog outdoors. Of course,…

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How To Entertain Your Dog At Home: 8 Free Canine Enrichment Resources

As we enter the second week of the Coronavirus Lockdown with limited exercise a day allowed for people and pups, knowing how to entertain your dog at home through canine enrichment has never been more important.  I recently read that just 10-20 minutes of mental stimulation or enrichment is equivalent to…

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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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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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It’s a Full Doghouse at Dabbers Doggie Bingo

Not only has the much-loved game of Bingo had a millennial makeover but it’s had a doggy makeover too at Dabbers Doggie Bingo in the aptly named Houndsditch. Can playing bingo be cool and is it something you’d want to do with your dog? We went along to find out… We’ll…

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Delicious Doggy Tapas at Dog-friendly Brindisa Battersea

For a real ‘dine with your dog treat’, we recently discovered the delicious doggy tapas on the menu at Dog-friendly Brindisa Battersea at Battersea Power Station. If you’ve been reading the Dogvine for a while, you’ll know that we do love a good dog menu. In fact, I would say that…

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Dog Agility In London | Where Can You Do Classes?

‘Do you know of any good Dog Agility Classes in London?’ is a question I often get asked. So I thought it was time to put together a ‘Dog Agility in London Guide’ to help pup parents find a class close to them. Especially as it’s the time of year when…

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Dog Afternoon Tea At The Egerton House Hotel, Make Your Dog’s Day!

If you want to make your dog’s day then taking them for Dog Afternoon Tea at the Egerton House Hotel is probably the way to do it. Never mind a treat for the humans, this is a real treat for our dogs, who get their own Afternoon Tea menu to tuck…

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