Christmas market for dogs

What could be better than the Christmas market? Right! Christmas market for dogs and their owners, of course. Be sure to cancel all things scheduled for Sunday, November 26th, because it is on this day when Santa Lapus will give out holiday treats to your pets.

The well-known brand Fetch & Follow and other manufacturers of a variety of pet products will provide your four-legged friends with all the best on this day. The Helen Penny store will also work on the Christmas market. And this means that you will have a great opportunity to dress a dog in the most fashionable clothes or buy a pillow with a picture of your favorite pet.

If suddenly your dog gets hungry, Blues Bakery will allow you to taste dog cakes and the best classic cupcakes. For owners who prefer proper nutrition, YOKO will offer to treat animals with healthy and carefully selected food. Do not be so jealous of your fluffy companions. Netil Market's resident shops and street vendors will be happy to help feed your hunger. And do not blame yourself for wasting money, as a percentage of the proceeds will go to the London charity All Dogs Matter to help dispossessed dogs.

If suddenly there is a desire to capture this moment, the leading animal photographer Rachel Oates will be nearby, and will be able to take a couple of funny Christmas portraits in the family circle. And no panic - you can go to the fair with your cat. There will be companies that will definitely offer your cat the best.

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