The proper Summer time may be gone, but temperatures are still pleasant, so it may be the perfect time to try one last water-based activity with your dog for the season. We tested the dog-friendly rowing boats in Richmond, West London, so you can bring your pooch along for a sail.
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Hundreds of Dachshunds joined the Sausage Dog Parade, a sausage dog ‘meat up’ organised within the celebrations of Smithfield Market’s 150th anniversary, with Sausage Walk London, on Saturday 25th August 2018. Sun and rain, barks and cuddles, this is how it looked like.
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Are you looking to get out of the city’s chaos, breathe some fresh countryside air, while staying within a 30-minute reach from London (and not having to move your car either, if you have one)? Then, a dog day out in the Chilterns is the perfect answer. In this post, we tell you all about our recent dog-friendly day trip from London to Beaconsfield. With walks and a visit to what is said to be the oldest (obviously dog-friendly) pub of the UK.
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This weekend, we were invited to the gala dog-friendly cinema screening of “Alpha”, the new movie by Sony Pictures, which took place on Sunday 19 September at Picturehouse Central, in Piccadilly.
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If you are into training your dog, like to keep him/her mentally stimulated and want to spend an original and fun weekend this one is for you. There is a 2-day CSI course (subtitled “Murder, Fun, Mystery & Your Dog”) held by reknown dog trainer and behaviourist John Rogerson, coming to Kent in just two weeks! And only a couple of spots left.
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