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Take your dog on a playdate
Image courtesy of FurBaby Boutique and Cafe Facebook page
Ever wanted to go out to a cafe, enjoy good food, drinks, take your dog AND know your furbaby will meet the same breed as him/her that they can hang out with and have a great time with their like minded cousins? Well you can at FurBaby Boutique & Cafe starting Saturday 25 February 2017.
This is just a fabulous idea and there are lots of reasons why:
1) It is a wonderful opportunity for dogs (and their owners) to have a playdate and interaction with other same breed dogs. Nothing is better than playing with other dogs that understand the loveable quirks of the breed.
2) Those that are thinking about getting a specific breed of dog can go along, meet owners and the dogs, ask questions, learn more about the breed and get an idea if that breed would suit your lifestyle and family BEFORE you take the plunge and buy that breed.
3) And then there is the delicious cafe, unique pet boutique, spa and grooming salon and 'Barkery'.
With a promise of 'Excellent Coffee, Outstanding Food & Great Service', FurBaby Boutique & Cafe is the place to go and you don't have to have a dog to visit! But if you do visit with your dog, the Barkery is filled with dog treats that are handmade at FurBaby, so your pooch can enjoy a treat alongside you.
FurBaby Boutique & Cafe have a Very Important Dog (VID) area which is open for all dogs to play off lead every weekend from 7.30am - 2.00pm. Then at 2.00pm each Saturday and Sunday until 4.00pm (starting 25th February), it is reserved for the breed specific playdates.
So get involved and get ready for you and your furbaby to meet new and old friends in a wonderful venue; enjoy a cuppa, glass of something stronger (it's BYO), grab a bite to eat and delight in the antics of seeing so many same breed dogs together in one place (cross breeds are welcome too). Who needs television when you can watch dogs playing and enjoying themselves! There is nothing like it.