Big success, today, for the dog-friendly preview screening of Wes Anderson’s animation film “Isle of Dogs” hosted by Picturehouse Central in London! Around 60 dogs with their humans as well as a few celebrities (including Johnny Vegas) joined the fun for another sold out event. All over London also other cinemas opened their doors and screens to canine friends, which tickets also were gone quickly.
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Your social media feeds are a parade of Instafamous canines and many of the pooches pose looking at the camera like they were born dog models. If you struggle to obtain the same results with your dog, because of he/she loses interest, turns away, gives an unimpressed look or runs after the cat, this is for you. In this post we reveal three secret tricks you can use to teach your dog to look straight to the camera, wait in position and get ready to become the best dog photo model, while having fun.
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The Sausage Walk London 2018, organised by Mildred the Sausage and George the Sausage, took place on Sunday 18th March in Greenwich Park. The very chilly weather and snow that had fallen on the day before didn’t stop the huge gathering of dachshunds and human friends. For who was there and who wasn’t, this is how it went!
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If you love to involve your dog in many activities, but you are starting to feel bored about doing the usual things, this is for you. In this post you will find dog-friendly London inspiration for 7 original and unsual things to do with your dog in town, many of which also happen to be free! Reviewed and tested for you with the help of Argo The Londog! This post will be updated adding even more experiences.
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Despite the snow of the past week, March has come, Spring is approaching and hopefully you will soon be able to spend more time outdoor with your dog at a more pleasant temperature. Did you know that March also happens to be a great time to start a dog sport or a sport with your dog in London, with many courses coming up and clubs calling for new members to join? This is all you need to know and how to find the club or training course that best suits your and your dog’s needs!
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