Archive for November, 2017

Our Thanksgiving Meet – this Sunday

Don’t worry – you don’t have to wear a panty over your head for our next Hyde Park Doodle Meet.  We’re only “dressing up”

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What is love?

I was starting to feel sick the other night.  I jumped out of the bed and ran to the bathroom and into the bathtub as quickly as I could. Read more…

No sunshine, but a lot of smiles

It sure was a wet and grey Saturday … happy to have stayed home, but Mummy had other ideas. Read more…

We are four paws and four ears today – for Pudsey!

Well, if not for anything, the happy yellow ears definitely brightened up the day. Read more…

A “cheesy” date with Barnaby

My date with Barnaby was supposed to start at La Fromagerie on Moxon Street on Marylebone

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Doing the Downward Dog

It was a Doggy Yoga experience for all of us yesterday at Paws for Thought! Read more…

We LOVE Paddington – now we get to see the new movie!

They had the Paddington Trail in London a few years ago to promote the film. And we found them all! Read more…

“We could not have done it without you.”

Today is Remembrance Sunday. And as we do every year, while the hoomans remember those who fought for our freedom Read more…

Two minutes – to remember

At 11.00am on this 11th day of the 11th month of the year, we stood silent for two minutes to remember our fallen soldiers that fought our world wars to protect our hoomans and our country.

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Peggy is so international!

We love Peggy Porschen and we love sharing it with our friends – from all over the world! Read more…

Going vegan? At Wulf & Lamb?

Why is a vegan restaurant called Wulf & Lamb?  Sounds like an oxymoron!  Read more…

Men and women in red

When we walk around Kings Road around the Sloane Square, we sometimes see men and women dressed in smart red uniforms.   Read more…

Over 400 years ago …

On this night, more than 400 years ago, a group of angry English Catholic hoomans were trying to blow up the Houses of Parliament and kill the King James of England and Scotland. Read more…

The “Happy I’m Home” dance

I’ve had a wonderful stay with Barnaby – we went for lots of walks and Julie and Ant made sure I wasn’t feeling too sad. Read more…