Much loved sausage dog cafe returning to city center on Easter Sunday - petsitterbank

Much loved sausage dog cafe returning to city center on Easter Sunday

The popular sausage dog cafe is making its much anticipated return to Liverpool over the Easter weekend.

Dog lovers and dachshund fanatics are permitted to come along, where they’ll be able to cozy up to the pups in attendance. Dachshund owners will be able to bring their dog along to the event where they’ll meet like-minded people and plenty of other adorable sausage dogs.

This isn’t the first time the pop-up dog cafe has made its way to Liverpool, with hit events kicking off at Christmas and in the summer prior to the pandemic. Now, the team behind Pup Up Cafe, who plan events for dog lovers up and down the country, are heading back to the city.

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On Easter Sunday (April 17), the event will be based at hit Albert Dock bar Revolucion De Cuba, with dogs permitted to roam free “in a safe secure space”. There’ll be plenty of toys, props for photo opportunities, unlimited dog treats available at designated treat stations, as well as unlimited free ‘puppuccinos’ for all the dogs, and more.

Pup Up Cafe’s events are incredibly popular, frequently gathering up to 75 dachshunds per session and plenty of dachshund owners throughout the day. None-dog-owners can also book to come along so they can enjoy time with a sausage dog.

For those on the hunt for gifts for their pets or further treats, there’ll be local dog related trade stands to peruse. To ensure the dogs have the best time possible, there’ll be ball pits, tunnels, toys and plenty more engaging props to keep them entertained.

Photographers will be on hand to take photos and videos throughout the day, which will be available on Pup Up Cafe’s Facebook page shortly after the event.

how to book

Children under eight and dogs go free, but dogs still need a ticket. Your reserved time session will be emailed to you prior to the event.

There’s limited tickets for people not bringing a dachshund along. These tickets include hats and treats, with the chance to see and meet lots of sausage dogs. There’ll also be trade stand access, as well as photo opportunities.

Space is available at a first come, first served basis. You can book tickets here.

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