Five Ways To Celebrate National Pet Month

National Pet Month is here! From 1st April to 7th May it's a month of celebrations with beloved pets. So we have rounded up our favourite hotspots, events and fun things to do with your furry friends, from doggie afternoon tea to National Trust walks, it's a perfect guide for your pooch!


Doggie Afternoon Tea at Egerton House Hotel, Knightsbridge



Treat your pet to a treat that is sure to get all tails wagging! Specifically designed for your doggy and served in the Drawing Room, this special afternoon tea includes a pooch-pleasing selection of treats, such as chicken and beef meatloaf, homemade dog biscuits and dog ice cream. Now you can enjoy an indulgent Afternoon Tea at the same time as your most loyal companion. They will go out of our way to make sure your VIP (Very Important Pet) receives first-class hospitality and indulges them in a favourite English pastime.


 Soho Farmhouse 


The exclusive private members’ club sometimes allows non-members to stay and, if you can wrangle a night or two, it comes highly recommended. The individual log cabins are furnished to the highest quality with all amenities you could need including a dog bed and bowl. The country retreat is just as friendly to those on two legs as it is to those on four, with acitivites to keep everyone happy including mini golf, swimming, horse riding, long walks or just relaxing in the bar with a glass of wine by the fireplace.


Verve Pet Boutique

Lunch in style with your four-legged friend at Verve Pet Boutique on London's leafy Westbourne Grove. Owners and dogs can enjoy refreshments including speciality coffee, tea, drinks, cakes, pastries, sandwiches and other snacks. Housed under one roof, Verve provides pet owners with a pet-friendly space for them to shop, relax and take refreshments with other pet lovers. Your sure to make a new (fluffy) friend or two!


Dogs Trust Fun Day 

A Fun dog show with demonstrations and displays, refreshments, grand raffle, charity stalls and trade stands. Meet some of the Dogs Trust Dogs, as well as bringing your beloved! Games for dogs and children, a fun day out for all the family both two-legged and four. Held at various places around the UK throughout the summer, including Merseyside, Coventry, West Country, Somerset, London and the South East.


Avebury National Trust Walk

Starting at the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site, this walk takes you through the remains of the largest stone circle in the world and along the West Kennet Avenue into beautiful, rolling chalk downland. You'll catch glimpses of mysterious Silbury Hill, pass Bronze Age burial mounds, and walk along ancient roads with fabulous views. Dog-friendly, with a National Trust cafe that welcomes dogs, it's the perfect place for a doggy day out!