As the days get shorter and cooler, you may be missing your evening walks with your pooch. So why not spend the time at some dog friendly events instead? We've rounded up the top UK events for you and your dog this month...
Join wine guru Pippa Penny for Wine & Canine Dog-friendly Wine Tasting at the Village East in Bermonsdey on 10 November. Humans will enjoy a blind tasting of 5 wines whilst pups can indulge in treats and even try the home-made doggy wine! All in all Wine & Canine Dog-friendly Wine Tasting sounds like you’ll have a barking good time! Tickets are £20 each.
If you'd like to come and say hello to the amazing Guide Dog volunteers and their guide dogs then why not book one of the 15 minute slots available. On the day there'll be a mix of pups and older dogs, and you'll be sat in groups of 4-5 per dog.
Why not have take your hound on a different sort of hunt? Hosted at Bath Country Pets to celebrate Dog Furiendly's England launch it's sure to be a fun filled day, bringing along the best local dog business’ to show off their products.
With festive themed classes for every dog, Christmas decorations, gifts, raffle and stalls why not attend the annual Christmas Fayre? All money raised is for the animals in the National Animal Welfare Trust's care so it's a very worthy cause! On offer will be decorations, festive food and drink, gifts for people and pets and more. Free entry.
Dog Pawtraits you’ll treasure forever. Join Muck N Brass Studio Pup-up Pawtraits event for an evening of Christmas Shopping and Pup Pawtraits by Pup-Up London. The Muck N Brass Studio Pup-Up event runs from 5-10pm with pawtraits available until 9pm. Book your tickets here.
A Christmas Market for Dogs? We're sold! Back by popular demand, the Christmas Market for dogs and their owners will once again return to East London. Hosted by creative pet lifestyle brand Fetch & Follow in East London’s Netil Market, shoppers can expect stylish and on-trend dog accessories and artisan dog treats, as well as gorgeous lifestyle gifts for humans.
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