A café dedicated to Pugs and Frenchies is coming to Bristol this weekend.

Revolution Bristol will be taken over by Pup Up Café on Sunday, July 25, and will see up to 50 dogs per session along with their owners.

Business owner Marcus Ackford said: “A crazy, fun, social doggy day. I think a lot of people are surprised how well behaved their dogs are when around other dogs and off the lead doing what they want.

“There’s a photographer to capture some memories of the day for you, opportunities to browse local dog related business trade stands, time to chat with other dog owners, lots of props and toys for your pooch to play with and photo ops, simply a fun few hours with your dog and fellow dogs and owners.”

Each adorable dog will be able to enjoy free, personalised, unlimited “Puppucinnos” and enter into competitions for the best-dressed and sassiest pups.

Every Pup Up Cafe has a different special guest with some potential examples already teased.

Marcus added: “We’ve had many different trade stands come along, from a local artist drawing five minute pet portraits for the day, a dog first aid specialist spreading awareness, a Sausage Dog Sanctuary boarding for Dachshunds, lots of breed specific charities along to Long Dog Gin selling gin branded on their sausage dogs!”

Beside the special guest, there will be plenty of games for your four-legged friend to enjoy, including ball pits and tunnels, to name just a few.

There will be a photographer taking photos and videos which will be available on the Pup Up Cafe page.