Pop up dog cafes coming to Manchester for dachshunds, pugs and Frenchies

There’ll be local doggy related trade stands, ball pits, tunnels, toys and fun props as well as unlimited dog treats and free puppuccinos
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Three new Pup Up Cafe events are coming to Parsonage Gardens this June – with events dedicated to dachshunds, pugs and Frenchies.

A chance to mingle with many furry little friends and their owners, each event also offers unlimited dog treats available at dedicated treat stations and unlimited free puppuccinos for all the doggies.

There’ll be local doggy related trade stands, ball pits, tunnels, toys and many other fun props for your doggos – with photographers on hand to capture the action.

Plus there will be prizes given out at random for the best dressed dog in each session.

Kids under eight and dogs go free (dogs still need a ticket) – so grab a ticket if you want to join in the fun.

All the events are taking place at Revolution Manchester, Arkwright House, Parsonage Gardens, M3 2LF.

First up is the Dachshund Pup Up Cafe on 5th June 2022, from 10am.

Last time saw over 250 dachshunds visit – and the 2022 event will be bringing new toys, goodies to buy and tons of new photo ops with new props.

It’s the perfect opportunity to socialise your dachshund, meet other owners and see lots of sausages in a fun couple of hours.

Find out more and get tickets here.

Then on 26th June 2022, due to popular demand, there’s a Pug Pup Up Cafe from 10am.

Do you love pugs? Do you enjoy seeing many little ones in the same place? Looking for your pup to make some puggy friends? 

The events usually gather more than 150 doggies as well as lots of pug people throughout the day.

Find out more and get tickets here.

On 26th June 2022 from 1.45pm, it’s time for the Frenchie Pup Up Cafe.

There’ll be tons of open and light space for your Frenchies to roam free, as well as Frenchie related trade stands to buy lots of goodies.

Find out more and get tickets here.

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