We are never short of things to do on weekends. The doggy social calendar is full these days …
After a brief photoshoot, we left for our next event in Islington at The Blacksmith and The Toffee Maker!
Next stop? We left Islington and headed back to Chelsea. Mum had heard that there’s a gathering of dogs at The Phene – and suggested to Belinda we could go there for lunch before the meet-up.
These are the two pups responsible for this gathering –
And just when we thought there were just terriers, others kept streaming in through the door!
And it wasn’t just small doggies …
We spilled out into the garden!
Now, that was so much fun and we met so many lovely fur-friends.
So, what next?
Mum suggested we headed on over to Matcha and Beyond for a quiet cuppa Matcha and some Green Velvet – something for the hoomans.
We walked into Matcha and Beyond and there we met Gallop the Whippet and Ash – the Maltipoo.
May’s comment: How London has changed! These days we are never short of things to do with our doggies in London – if we choose to, especially on weekends.
This weekend, we started off with doing one thing which led to another and another. We met so many new friends and old ones too. Such a fab community!
The best discovery was the Two Terriers Social – we’ve had several invitations in the past but had never managed to attend, and also wondered how we fitted in with the Terriers. But this event was so close to us, we thought we’d drop in and were nicely surprised to find so many breeds represented! It was such a lovely gathering of dog owners who just wanted to socialise with like-minded people on a Saturday afternoon.
We are looking forward to the next gathering – Dogs in the City Brunch on the 24th March.
It really was a full-on doggy day. How fab it is that the dog community has grown so much in the city.