The most festive day out with your four-legged friend.
Are you a big dachshund fan? Love seeing lots of little sausage dogs in the same place? Looking for your little pup to make some sausage friends?
Well, you’re in luck, as the Dachshund Pup Up Cafe is back at the end of next month, and if the concept of the popular event wasn’t already cute enough as it is, this time around, it’s a themed Christmas edition, and it’s all sounding set to be the perfect festive day out with your four-legged friend.
After what can only be described as a smash-hit success when it visited our city last Christmas, the ‘Dashing Dachshund’ pop up cafe – or we should say ‘pup up cafe’ – is returning to Manchester in a couple of weeks time, and will be filling a popular city centre venue with loads of sausage dogs to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.
Last year, over 250 dachshunds visited the cafe to join in on the festive fun, and this year is expected to be no different.
Just like it did at the end of last month, The Dachshund Pup Up Cafe has managed to secure the whole of Lola Lo in the city centre for all the dogs to roam free and enjoy some festive fun in a safe space.
Sausage dog owners and dachshund fans can mingle with many furry little friends, take part in a range of seasonal activities, and stock up on dachshund-related goodies as early Christmas presents, while the pups themselves get to enjoy unlimited dog treats and free puppuccinos, and play to their heart’s content with other sausages.
With up to 50 sausage dogs allowed per session, and festive fancy dress very much encouraged, each pup will get a Christmas present on arrival at the party, and will even have the chance to win some extra prizes if they’re the best dressed.
It’s going to be a jam-packed day to remember, so luckily, there’ll be a dedicated photographer snapping pictures of each session, and there’ll be loads of Christmas props to use in the pictures.
If you fancy joining The Pup Up Cafe for “a sausage mad day” when it arrives in Manchester for Christmas on Sunday 26 November, then tickets will set you back £10 if you’re a sausage dog owner, and £15 if you’re just a dachshund fan who’s keen to go along for the fun anyway.
The party is happening from 10am-1:30pm, with different morning and afternoon sessions happening all throughout the day.
Grab tickets here.