February is host to one of the more polarising holiday of the year: Valentine's Day. But here at Tailster, we know it's really the perfect excuse to share the love with your true soulmate, your dog!

dog-friendly-february

1. Valentine's Photoshoot

The London Dog House
375 Mentmore Terrace, London E8 3PH
3rd February 2019

Who said Valentine's Day had to be reserved for cheesy tributes between couples? Book a 10 minute photoshoot at The London Dog House and outdo the most loved up of them all, with a declaration of love for your hound on the big day! Book your free 10 minute session here. 

2. Pre Valentine's Brunch

Mulberry Bush Pub
89 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP
9th February 2019

Familiar Kin are hosting a dog friendly Pre Valentines Brunch on the iconic Southbank. Dishes such as 'T-ruff-le oil & wild mushroom' and 'Every dog has it's 5 a day' will be served in a beautiful private room and tickets include unlimited tea, coffee and juice throughout the morning.  Tickets are £25 each and can be booked here.

3. All Dogs Matter Dog Walk

Garden Gate
Hampstead Heath, London NW3 2QE
10th February 2019

All Dogs Matter will be hosting its 2019 Valentine's Dog Walk on Sunday 10th February in Hampstead Heath. It’s £5 per dog to participate with the most loved-up human and hound winning a prize! Pre register here.

4. Puppy Love Cinema

The Exhibit
12 Balham Station Road, London SW12 9SG
15th February 2019

The Exhibit will be showing a dog friendly screening of 101 Dalmatians in their boutique cinema for humans and their pups followed by pizza and drinks. Dogs go free in exchange for cuddles with the team (from the dogs... not you). Tickets start from £8, book here.

5. Pups and Prosecco

M1 Fine Art 
20 Nelson Road, London, SE10 9JB
17th February 2019

M1 Fine Art Greenwich is hosting Pups and Prosecco... Enjoy a glass of prosecco whilst you enjoy the beautiful artwork, meet the inventor of ‘Doga' and and take away a selection of complimentary dog treats from The Dog House. Book your free ticket here.

Work, family and social commitments mean that there often aren't enough hours in the day to give our pets the attention that they deserve. Click here to find out how Tailster can put you in contact with hundreds of pet carers in your local area, meaning that you can rest in the knowledge that your pets are being well looked after.

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