Pet owners in Glasgow can take along their favourite pups and doggos to the special event and meet fellow breed owners for some Pup Up Cafe fun this summer as part of a special tour.
Glasgow’s dog owners are in for a treat this summer when the ever-popular Pup-up Café rolls into town to celebrate three special breeds.
For those who love to get social with their favourite pooches, the Pup-up UK tour is hosting special sessions for owners of Dachshunds, Pugs and Frenchies in Glasgow on April 23.
Owners of the aforementioned breeds (and their crosses) can pop along to one of the two events on the day at Revolution on Mitchell Street.
Posting on the website, the team wrote: “We have the whole of the amazing Revolution Mitchell Street venue all to ourselves for pups to mingle in a safe, secure space! Better be quick with tickets on this one as Glasgow is always a sell out event!”
The tour, which has come to Glasgow over the past five summers, is sure to be another big hit, with people able to socialise with other owners and meet lots of similar dogs to their own to discuss some tips and hints about how to look after them best as well as have some fun.
Each session will have around 50 dogs from each breed and will feature a special Hawaiian-themed Summer event with floral bow on entry for any pooches attending.
There will be a photographer on hand to grab moments of the day as well as unlimited puppuccinos and treats for all the doggos and a secure and staffed space for their ‘off lead time’.
Local dog businesses will also be on hand to offer some of their top wares including treats, clothes and goodies and there will be ‘best-dressed’ competitions and prizes to be won.