Pat the Patterdale cross chose a pioneering job at Virgin Galactic, the world’s first commercial spaceline. She was introduced as the office Space Dog, and although she doesn’t plan to go to space, her human, Rose, said that people still think she is.
Continue reading “Tuesday Office Dog | Pat the Space Dog of Virgin Galactic”
Most of us, when thinking about work, will picture a desk, a computer and probably little time outdoors. In a nutshell, something quite different from life as a gardener at Inner Temple Garden. And definitely something VERY different to the life of full-time Chief Pigeon Chaser Boris, the charming ten-year old tri-coloured resident Cocker Spaniel. Boris opens the sixth edition of the Office Dog Series.
Continue reading “Monday (Gardener) Dog | Boris the Chief Pigeon Chaser of Inner Temple Garden”
This Sunday, we couldn’t miss one of our favourite dog shows of the year: All Dog Matter’s Halloween Dog Walk and Show at The Spaniards Inn, in Hampstead. We popped by to check out the spookiest disguises for you!
Continue reading “Spooks & Growls: Anthology from ADM’s Halloween Dog Show”
On Friday night we were invited and popped by at the Pugs & Pals pop-up dog cafe, running in Brick Lane this weekend. The event is a pop-up weekend trial for dog owners and dog lovers, with a series of fun events, all dedicated to pug, pug crosses and french bulldogs – the only breeds allowed through the door -.
Continue reading “Pugs & Pals: rePUGtage from the ultimate pug event”
In August this year, the Postal Museum announced a “Vacatcy Postal Museum Puss”: they were in search for 12 volunteer cat mousers to take up the role until September 2018, in honour of Tibs the Great, the last great Post Office cat. The ongoing selection is held monthly and opened to all willing felines… but we thought, what about dogs? We strongly felt that equal opportunities needed to be restored, so this is our response!
Continue reading “#LondogsFurJobs: Postal Museum’s VaCatcy (& why cats shouldn’t have it all)”