Summer is at the doors and last week we had a little taste of the warm temperatures to come. London may not have a seafront, but there are some hot spots where you can take your dog swimming and cooling off in town! In this post we tell you all about some lovely dog ponds in London for your Summer weekends.
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One of the best kept secrets, in Rotherhithe, is the Brunel Museum, celebrating the engineering masterpiece by Marc Isambard Brunel that is the Thames Tunnel: the first underwater tunnel ever built in the world. Even less people know that well-behaved dogs are welcome there. If you are looking for a different dog day or dog evening out, there are a few dog-friendly options that involve a visit to the Brunel.
We tell you about these in this post, the first in our new Guides Series, all about Londog dog days out: guides with itineraries and plans encompassing unique dog-friendly experiences and hangouts as well as dog-friendly places nearby to complement your day out plans.
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To tell you how this story begins we need to start far from London, over the sea, in a town that writer Jan Morris juxtaposed to the ‘meaning of nowhere’: Triest. A 250,000 inhabitants seaside city in the very North-East of Italy, which is known for its annual regatta and its gelid winter wind. The city where graphic designer and painter Davide Comelli of Chromosome Studio (who signs his works as Zoneone72) and his studio dog Lea, a seven-year old mutt, live and work.
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The nice and warmer weather is hopefully coming back and finger crossed it will come to stay. So if you love open air, breathtaking views and involving your dog in your social life, you will be excited to know that here are a few rooftops that allow you bring your pooch along! We put together a mini-guide about dog-friendly rooftops in East London to share with you our insights. And more will be added to the list.
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The early May Bank Holiday long weekend of 5 to 7 May is almost there! If you have planned a trip out of London, please take us with you! If you haven’t, you can enjoy lots of great activities whatever the weather: in this post you will find inspiration for out of the ordinary dog-friendly things to do with your dog, as well as dog events to attend!
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