The much-loved pup-up doggy cafe is back in Yorkshire for another sausage dog themed event.
This month, the Pup-Up Cafe returns to Yorkshire and it’s going to be full of sausage dogs.
The puppy pop-up cafe went viral after a Leeds United legend dropped by with his little sausage dog last year and now its back for the 2022 season. Whilst previous pop-up dog cafes have taken place in Leeds city centre, this summer you’ll have to travel slightly further to get your four-legged friend fix.
Taking place on Sunday 22 May at Revolución de Cuba in Sheffield, the Dachshund Pup Up Cafe will host hundred of teeny sausage dogs and take over the restaurant and bar areas all day long.
Back for an afternoon of treat-eating, tail-wagging and barking, the pop-up cafe is inviting Dachshund owners and regular humans to make some new four-legged friends for what has been described as a ‘sausage mad day’.
Treat your pup to a VIP day of luxury. There will be the opportunity to interact with up to 50 different dachshunds per session and unlimited human cuddles.
To fuel your dachshund for a day of fun, all dogs will be given unlimited treats and ‘puppuccinos’ whilst they make their way through ball pits, tunnels and chew on provided toys.
For those that are more competitive, challenge your pooch to enter the Pup-Up contests ran in each session.
The puppy pop-up cafe previously went viral after Leeds United legend Kalvin Phillips dropped by with his little sausage dog to join in the fun.
The midfielder drew in the crowds and over 150 sausage dogs were let loose to wag their tails at the seven hour event. Over 200 ‘puppuccinos’ (dog coffee) were served but the latest Pup-Up event anticipates a rise in participating dogs and humans alike.
Whilst the football legend might not be attending future events (though its not entirely ruled out), its a good indication that even celebs are happy to spend their Sundays at such events.