There will be unlimited dog treats and puppuccunios at the party
A ‘pup up’ cafe is inviting hundreds of Manchester’s sausage dogs to come together for what could be the city’s cutest party.
Every man and their dog (no pun intended) owns a sausage dog these days – the bow-legged, long and very good boys are undisputedly one of the nation’s favourite breeds.
So what could be better than a cafe event devoted wholeheartedly to them?
The Pup Up Cafe is making a return to Manchester next month following a successful debut last year, where it will once again give sausage dogs and their owners the opportunity to mix, mingle and have some very wholesome fun.
Last year’s event saw over 250 sausage dogs arrive for the party, so you’ll be guaranteed some serious doggy fun.
Each session will have up to fifty dogs for your own fur baby to mingle with, unlimited dog treats available at designated treat stations, and unlimited free puppuccinos (foamed milk served in coffee cups that dogs seem to love these days).
There will also be photographers on hand to take photos and videos that will be available on the events social media pages, competitions going on throughout all sessions, Dachshund related trade stands to buy goodies and a whole array of fun props for your dogs to play with.
The event will be taking place at Manchester’s Revolution at Parsonage Gardens on Sunday November 6th – tickets cost £9 for sausage dog owners, and £12 for those who simply want to mingle with a load of long boys for an hour or so.
Dogs and children under the age of eight get to party for free.