That’s me and Mummy comparing our highlights. 🙂It seems we have our hair done more often than Mummy does – she said it’s because her hairdresser does such a good cut, she doesn’t have to go so often.
So what does that say about our groomer? Or is it because Mummy’s hair has more leeway to grow longer than ours.
We went to her very dog-friendly hair salon – and I took poll position at every stage. I jumped onto Mummy’s lap when she was having her hair washed, and watched the world in action.
I’m sitting firmly, not taking a chance just in case Big Sister usurped my position.But then that’s her usual place whenever we’ve been there so maybe I am just being paranoia.When we were all done, Fiona showed Mummy how her hair looked from the back –And she thought we have similar highlights! LOL!
Onto a spot of lunch. The places around Sloane Square were all packed with Saturday shoppers. There were a few places we could go to at the Duke of York Square – Polpo Or Gallery Mess at the Saatchi Gallery – though we’re not allowed inside the gallery.We decided to go to Raw Press instead – for a change of scene.
- Polpo at Duke of York Square is a bàcaro, a Venetian word to describe a humble restaurant serving small plates/simple food and good, young local wines. You can sit both inside or outside. At 81 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY
- Gallery Mess is located next to the Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York Square. There is al fresco dining but dogs are also allowed inside in the cafe area. It serves fresh, seasonal, British food. At King’s Rd, London SW3 4RY
- Raw Press at Sloane Square is a healthy option of raw foods and pressed juices. At 3 Ellis St, London SW1X 9AL