A Halloween party for sausage dogs is set to take over a London venue this October – with free pumpkin spice puppuccinos.
The Dachshund Cafe are well known for their breed-specific parties in the city, including cockapoo, French bulldog and pug events.
And next month they are hosting a spooky event at The Refinery CityPoint, Finsbury, which will see dozens of sausage dogs descend on the venue dressed in adorable outfits.
The pup party – on October 24 – promises ‘lots of Halloween tricks and treats’ as well as a free pumpkin spice puppuccino worth £3.50 from the Pop and Bark bar.
And it’s not just dachshund owners who can enjoy the event – sausage dog enthusiasts can also attend and cuddle puppies during the 80 minute ‘off-lead experience’.
Organisers said: “You don’t need to own a dachshund to come and enjoy lots of doggy cuddles and licks. So whether you have previously had a dachshund or you long for your own, or simply just love love love them, this is the event for you.
“Imagine being in a room full of off-lead cute dachshunds trick or treating for treats and all enjoying lots of attention. There’s really no better place to be this Halloween.”
Of course, there will be plenty of photo opportunities for those social media star sausages, with a pumpkin patch and scary selfie corner, as well as spooky props to snap photos with.
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The Dachshund Cafe added: “You can expect our famous Dachshund Cafe paw-ty atmosphere, but filled with lots of Halloween tricks and plenty of doggy treats.
“It’s a chance to spoil your dachshund, have fun, show off their best costumes, socialise (safely) make friends and be part of the biggest sausage event in London.
“We love a great photo opportunity or instagrammable moment so remember to charge your phone. There’ll be an awesome pumpkin patch, scary selfie corner, spooky dog treats and themed cocktails and food for the humans, plus lots more!”
There will be prizes for the best dressed dog and their owner, so be sure to dress up in your best costume.
The event will also have a doggy bakery with pumpkin cookies, skeleton snaps and ‘bloody’ popcorn, with a human food and cocktails menu courtesy of The Refinery.
Adult tickets cost £12.25, and dachshunds go free, with children’s tickets costing £6.25, and dachshund lovers without their own dog can get tickets priced at £15.25.
For more information, or to book a ticket to the near sold-out event, visit the Pug Cafe website.