This weekend was full on fun for London dogs! In preparation for Valentine’s day, two great events celebrating the love for canines took place on Sunday 11th February: All Dogs Matter’s Valentines Dog Walk 2018 and Fetch & Follow’s Cupid Canine Market. In this post we give you a tour of both!
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On 26th December and until 9th February 2018, Ham House and Garden is opening its doors to well-behaved dogs for their “Twelve Dogs of Christmas winter walkies” dog-friendly trial. As anticipated in our previous post (Dog-Friendly London | 3 Festive Things to Do with your Dog this December), earlier this month we visited Ham House for a dog-friendly preview tour, so here is what to expect and why you should pencil this in on your calendar!
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Feeling bored of the usual dog walks at the park? There are 3 christmassy things you can do in London with your dog this December that are not “the usual stuff”!
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Picturehouse Central, in Piccadilly, hosts dog-friendly cinema screenings and they are proving to be a howling success by all means! Last Sunday took place another fabulous screening open to four-legged friends, which made sold out well before the date.
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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!
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