There are very few animals cuter or sweeter than dachshunds, more affectionally known as ‘sausage dogs’ or ‘wiener dogs’.
With tiny stumps for legs and long bodies, dachshunds are dogs like no other and so it’s no wonder the world is in love with them.
Which is why news of the opening of a sausage dog cafe will excite many, both human and canine.
This little guy in particular can’t wait to get his paws on a ‘pupuccino’:
The team who introduced Pug Cafe to London have now turned their attention to sausage dogs setting up Dachshund Cafes across the UK.
The pop-up event has already visited Manchester and Glasgow but is set to take London and Liverpool by storm very soon.
Aimed at both owners of dachshunds and those who just love being around the pups, the Dachshund Cafe has treats for both doggos and humans.
Watch the video below to learn more about what you can expect at the events:
Although a date has not yet been set for Liverpool, on August 19 a pop-up Dachshund Cafe will take over The Happenstance in Paternoster Square in London.
With tickets costing dachshund owners £10 each and dachshund lovers £15, it’s only a small price to pay for 70 minutes of pup-tastic bliss.
Of course dachshunds get in for free!
Ring the ALARM ? Dachshund Cafe is coming to LONDON this Summer at @thehappenstancebar on 19th August 2018. Under the bright lights of St Paul’s Cathedral and in Paternoster Square, we’re inviting the sausage dogs in the city to join us for pupuccinos and pawsecco at the biggest pup party in town ? It’s the dog event everyone is talking about – as seen on LadBible, BBC, Sky News, Marie Claire, Metro and lots more… Booking for this event goes LIVE at 10am on Sunday 28th July and is expected to sell out very quickly so make sure you head over to our Booking & Event FAQ on pugcafe.com to find out how you can book for @thedachshundcafe ?
While the doggos can enjoy a sip of pawsecco, nibble on some pup-cakes and pose for the pup-arazzi, there is booze, food and plenty of doggy cuddles available for humans.
As described on the Pug Cafe website, the event will be every sausage dog lover’s dream:
This is the pup paw-ty of the year so if you have your own dachshund or just LOVE our sausage friends, don’t miss out on this one-off event in the beautiful Paternoster Square.
Under the bright lights of St Paul’s Cathedral, your dachshund will get to join us inside the event of the year.
They’ll get to meet lots of furry and fabulous friends, tuck into some delicious doggy treats, and pose for the PUParazzi.
There will be a menu dedicated to the furries including PUPcakes, DOGnuts, PAW-ty Rings, PAWbons and more fresh from Rudi’s The Doggy Bakery kitchen.
The good news continues:
Plus, each dachshund attending will get to order their FREE pupuccino at The Happenstance’s beautiful bar, and also collect their free bag of delicious PUPcorn.
Humans, while your dachshund is mingling and rubbing paws with other fabulous pups, you’ll get to enjoy the party too! Tuck into The Happenstance’s cocktails and Summer Spritzes, delicious global dishes & light bites.
So whether you want to share a pupuccino and a cappuccino with your Doxie, or a pawsecco and a glass of champagne – there’ll be something for everyone!
Like me, you are probably wondering: ‘How do I get my hands on a ticket? I need to go to this event? I must be at this event. Where are the tickets?’
Well, booking for the London event opens on July 28 at 10am when two email addresses will be released.
You’ll have to be quick to send off your request for a ticket though as the event is likely to sell out within minutes.
For more information, you can visit the Pug Cafe’s website here.
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.