3 Dog-Friendly Bookshops in London

How many times have you had to try and figure out if you could bring along your dog in that shop you wanted to visit? And maybe tried to ring them up without any luck and ended up leaving your dog at home? If you love books, your life will now be a bit easier with this little guide about dog-friendly bookshops in London! Three bookstores that, hopefully, will be able to satisfy any desire of yours!

So next time you want to go and buy that book, guide or map, you won’t need to worry about leaving your furry-friend behind!

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The Inner Temple Garden Dog Show: a Gardener-Dog bond celebration

The Inner Temple Dog Show, celebrating the bond between Gardener and Dog, was held last Sunday in the beautiful scenery of Inner Temple Garden, as part of the Chelsea Fringe. For once we didn’t just go and take photos of the event, but also entered some classes.

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South London (fully enclosed) dog parks: the ultimate guide

After the reviews of North London dog exercise areas, I thought to share with you our reviews of 12 enclosed dog parks located in South London. Argo and I, as usual, have visited each dog area in order to verify all information, take photos and measures and dog test them!

This blog post will be updated adding a few more dog areas later on.

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4 North London enclosed dog areas

Last weekend was entirely dedicated to our London dog areas project. Argo, my husband and I went and visited 12 enclosed dog areas around London (6 in South London and 6 in the North and North East) in order to test them, take measures and photos of each. Around 14.5 hours over two days, 39 km (24.2 miles) walked and many trains and buses later, with the tireless help of the official dog park tester, I collected much information to share with you.

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