So far November has been rather quiet for dog events and this weekend is no exception with just a few featured in our London Dog Events on This Week 15-18 November round-up. Next weekend’s round-up will be super busy on the other hand with over ten events already on the agenda, so don’t forget to use our London Dog Events Calendar to plan ahead in your doggy diaries. We’ve still got some pawsome things to do on the list for this weekend…
On Thursday, why not head to the dog-friendly Make Your Pet Famous Private View with London artist Rose Hill, you might decide you’d like to see your pup gracing the covers of Rose’s colourful designs of portraits and stationary in the future! Having been to a previous Make Your Pet Famous event, this is our pick of the pack this week.
Saturday, you can make your weekend count and lend a paw to support Battersea dogs in need at the Trinity Pup Brunch.
Sunday for those singletons amongst us, you can round off the weekend (and work off the brunch) at the Singles and Minglers Dog Walk on Hampstead Heath.
There may not be many events on the list this week but nevertheless, we’re lucky to live in London where there is something going on for dogs every weekend.
All the essential info and Belinha’s weekly tips below…
London Dog Events on This Week 15-18 November | What’s On
London Dog Events on This Week 15-18 November | Belinha’s Tips
Yesterday we shared the news of BBC Radio London’s brand new podcast ‘Dogs and The City’ which will be launching on Thursday 15th November. We can highly recommend letting it brighten up your commute with some fabulous city dog tales courtesy of Barking Hour co-presenter Jo Good and her bulldog Mathilda. Listen in on the new BBC Sounds app.
As it’s a quiet weekend, why not take a day trip out of town with your dog? We have plenty of inspiration of where to go in our feature ‘5 Dog-friendly Getaways within 2 hours of London‘.
Or you can keep it London based and explore Shoreditch Street Art with your pup (and get some great photos at the same time) with the help of our ‘Guide to a Shoreditch Street Art Dog Walk’. Happy exploring!