Dog-friendly screenings are proving to be a howling success at Picturehouse Central in Piccadilly. Last month we participated and it was marvellous (you can find our review and photos here)!
Water bowls will be provided inside and outside the screen. They will also hand out blankets so dogs can sit on seats next to their human companions.
Tickets are £5 for Picturehouse Members, £8 for non-members. Dogs go FREE!
Thiking to go to the cinema? Get the “pupcorn”, because your dog is coming with you! Last Sunday we went to the dog-friendly screening of The Big Sick at Picturehouse Central cinema in Piccadilly. This is what we thought of it and all you need to know to plan your next visit!
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After last week’s rainy and cold weather, Summer seemed to be back this weekend. So we decided to put a checkbox on a long awaited trip to Ruislip Lido’s dog beach. The only dog beach we are aware of in London. Here is all you need to know to plan your own visit. Your dog will thank you for that!
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How many times have you had to try and figure out if you could bring along your dog in that shop you wanted to visit? And maybe tried to ring them up without any luck and ended up leaving your dog at home? If you love books, your life will now be a bit easier with this little guide about dog-friendly bookshops in London! Three bookstores that, hopefully, will be able to satisfy any desire of yours!
So next time you want to go and buy that book, guide or map, you won’t need to worry about leaving your furry-friend behind!
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Paris is 2,5 hours far from London by Eurostar. However, since the Eurostar does not allow pets onboard, if you wish to travel with your dog you have to opt for a 5,5 to 7 hours long journey and give up the comfort of a superfast direct train. Once in Paris, what about a dog day there? For my afternoon in the Ville Lumière during my London to Venice dog train trip I had put together a brief Paris dog guide, which I want to share with you. I like to call it “Parichien” or “Paris-chien” Guide, in a perfect The Londog style (in French “chien” means dog, so Parichien is The Londog’s homologous!).
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