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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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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Summertime “and the livin’ is easy, dogs are jumping and the grass is high”… What better time to discover new places and engage in new activities?! If your dog is a high energy type, a nice one is trying out some agility trails in a London park. Argo and I found four of them all around London and we went and tested them for you!
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The Inner Temple Dog Show, celebrating the bond between Gardener and Dog, was held last Sunday in the beautiful scenery of Inner Temple Garden, as part of the Chelsea Fringe. For once we didn’t just go and take photos of the event, but also entered some classes.
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