Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman
Are you a lover of sausage dogs? Frankly, who isn’t?
Well, if so, you’re gonna want to get yourself down to London’s Bermondsey this Christmas, as there’s a festive pop-up cafe which is opening especially for Dachshunds.
Yup, why should humans get all the Christmas fun? The Dachshund Christmas Tour is descending on South London next week, and it’s offering up puppy treats and beverages to help sausage dogs and their owners get into the festive spirit.
The idea is simple. A room is set up with toys for the pups to play with, and even unlimited free dog treats and puppiccinos, too.
Taking place at Fourpure Brewing Co. in Bermondsey on. on November 19th, the event will also feature ball pits, tunnels and props for your dogs to enjoy.
There will be Dachshund related trade stands to buy goodies for your pampered pup.
Plus, there will be loads of photo opportunities for your dog, and Christmas fancy dress is strongly encouraged.
Sessions could see as many as 50 sausage dogs in one room – truly, a paradise for any dog lover.
Dog treats are unlimited, so your pooch really will be living a dream, and Vetster – the veterinary telehealth service – will also be there to show pet parents how they can easily access quality virtual care in a matter of minutes.
The event is calling itself a Pup Up Cafe, and first cropped up back in 2018. There have been several popular events, including some this summer.
But what could be more fun than a Christmas pup-up? It’s the perfect combination of wintry cheer and loads of adorable dog content.
Entry for all pups (both furry and human kiddies) and adults will have to pay £10 to attend.
The best part is you don’t have to own a sausage dog to attend. Feel free to rock up solo if you simply want to hang out with some Dachshunds – you just have to pay £15 to do so.
You can buy your tickets online, here, and we wouldn’t wait around, as if this is anything like previous years, we expect it to sell out fast.
If you can’t make this one, then don’t worry. Pup Up Cafe also throw similar pop-ups with pugs, frenchies and poodles, so keep an eye on when the next one will be going ahead.
Who needs borrow my doggy?