Tarka is an one-year old blue Whippet who hails from Kent, and splits his time between Deptford, Shoreditch and Suffolk. Jen and Tom belong to him, since they fell in love with him when he was 5 weeks old, and he takes Jen to work at the independent magazine and book publisher Slightly Foxed in Hoxton Square most days.
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Hundreds dogs and people joined the Wooferendum March on Sunday 7th October, starting in Waterloo Place and marching on Parliament to protest against Brexit and ask for a “wooferendum”. We joined the march and bring you some photos and “tails” from the event.
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Dogs and golf. Two words that one may think have little chances to be found in the same sentence. Not for entrepreneur Bruce Lynn, founder of website Dog Golf, who – following a happy encounter – went on a mission to map out all golf courses that allow hounds in the UK. We chat with him about his discoveries and insights into dog-friendly golf courses in London: a very unexpected thing you can try in the capital with your dog!
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Does your dog think Brexit is barking mad? If so, it might want to join the Wooferendum, a growing movement of canine campaigners on a mission is to send Brexit to the doghouse. On Sunday 7th October, thousands dogs are planning to march through central London to Parliament for the Wooferendum march.
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The Chiswick House Dog Show 2018 started under a wet star, last weekend, with cold and rain to kick off the day. Did this stop brave dogs (and humans) from making the best of the day and fun dog show? It certainly did not, and by the afternoon the sun that blessed the previous editions of the show was back to shine.
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