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An Entire Festival Devoted To Dogs Is Coming To London And It Sounds Extra Af

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An Entire Festival Devoted To Dogs Is Coming To London And It Sounds Extra Af

This doggy-dedicated festival is the ultimate Sunday treat for owners and pooches alike.

'Doggo-style' (yes, that's its name) is coming to London later this month, with dozens of traders brought in from far and wide to cater to your pooch's needs.

The canine-themed market - filled with doggy accessories and snacks - is returning for its second year and it's what four-legged dreams are made of.

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Credit: Matt Chung
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From 29th September, owners will be able to wander around the stalls in Tower Bridge Court (nearest station London Bridge), snapping pictures of their pups and shopping from some of the market's best traders.

There will be some new market stalls this year offering up a variety of dog friendly items. Hugo & Celine, a stall guaranteed to make your pup drool will be serving up doggy burgers and ice-cream - far more gourmet than dog's dinner.

The event will also bring a touch of luxury to your pooch's shopping experience; with Bo Collars supplying woven collars hand-made by artisans from the South of Mexico and the high end designers Welsh Russian and Pets & Pods providing knitwear and eco-friendly geometric furniture.

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Credit: Matt Chung
Credit: Matt Chung

A few old favourites will return such as The Rockster, Rag & Paw, By Benji, Oonalfie, Butternut Box, to name a few. Also, available across the doggy festival will be some much needed Pawsecco for your fluffy treasure or some Bottom Sniffer Beer. And for those with a heavy head, water bowls will be scattered around for extra hydration.

And let us not forget the owners. Music and a licensed bar will be on hand along with plenty of available food. For the perfect picture opportunity there will be some office themed areas to get a cute snap with you and your pooch.

Partnered up with All Dogs Matter, all ticket proceeds go directly to the charity. £5 on the door or £4 if you nab one in advance. They can be bought here.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Bar, Dog, Life News, Music, Food And Drink

Nicole Cherruault
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