Dog Christmas Jumper Competition at The Windmill

Do you think your pooch has the perfect Christmas Jumper to win first place in The Windmill’s annual Pet Pooch Christmas Jumper Competition? At its third edition, enter your pooch to see if it can take the crown from last years winner, Oscar the Weimaraner.
Entry fee is £3 per pup and all proceeds go to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. Woof to Kitty’s shop have donated some fantastic goody bags for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

Dog Christmas Jumper Day

The Doggy Christmas Jumper Day may become the most adorable event of the year. Supporting Save the Children and attempting to win the World Record for the most dogs in Christmas Jumpers (world record attempt 2.30pm). “So dust off, pick up, or snaz up your dog’s Christmas jumper and get there.”

Pug Le Chateau Xmas

Fireplace, Christmas trees, Champagne, Christmas Cookies, mince pies at the Christmas Party in “Pug le Château”. From the collaboration between Pugs and Pals and 4th floor studios.

You can choose from:

  • General “Pug Le Château” Hours for Pugs & Frenchies

Open for bookings for pug owners and pug lovers, accepting pug, pug crosses, french bulldogs and french bulldog crosses in normal Christmas party hours.

  • Pug Le Château for Small Breeds

Due to popular demand there are two time-slots – Saturday & Sunday 6.00pm – for socialization sessions with general small breeds: accepting Chihuahuas, Dachshunds, Pomeranians, Jack Russells, Yorkshire Terriers, Toy Poodles and the like. If you are not sure your breed qualifies as small dog breed, email pugspals@gmail.com

Christmas attire encouraged.

Tickets £5 for dog owners, £10 for dog lovers. Check out the guidelines and T&C for bookings on Pugs and Pals’ website.

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