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Hello friends, I was honoured when my friend Charley Murdog asked me to write a little piece for her and introduce myself to you all. It’s my first big writing job and I'm an East End dog so forgive me if it doesn't read like an Oxford article!
I’d like to share a little bit about my Christmas season and my new found love of UGGs Hunters. This kicked off with a weekend break by the seaside with Charlie a couple of weeks ago. (No hanky panky, we are just friends & good thing as I might not have landed this jobJ) Off we headed with our humans mine in Hunters and Charley's in UGGs – we won’t mention the Dunlop’s it’s a man thing...
Why did I fall in love with such dreadful footwear you may ask? Well we are little dogs so we see a lotta lotta feet and this combo featured exclusively in what was a brilliant weekend. Mornings on the beach, back to the house for chicken and the odd sneaky sausage, off out again for more wave & ball chasing all rounded off with evenings on the sofa. Yes they took off their boots and didn't move out for two whole nights!
Back to London happy and exhausted and so the sparkly shoe season kicked off. Nights out in our lovely local dog friendly bars and restaurants, yes there are lots around Limehouse & Wapping! I’m all for a good night out if the humans didn’t go a bit crazy around the holiday season. Voices get louder, heals get higher, dance moves go from bad to worse & the music – REALLY. I’ve seen every shape and size of pretty shoe on the dance floor recently but I will always be a UGGs and Hunters man.
If Hunters is reading this please note I’m burnt out and looking forward to a dry January curled up on the sofa. Happy to do daytime excursions if UGGs and the chief Exec are around but no more sparkly shoe nights for a bit PLEASE.
Happy New Year – may the boots be with you.
Vinnie K x
I would like to personally welcome you to Canary Woof and my first blog.
At Canary Woof headquarters, we have been busy building our website, which is still a work in progress. It’s quite a lot for a little dog like me to get my head around, but I’ve managed to include a forum on the site, so please stop by and start a conversation.
Throughout 2015 we have enjoyed organising several events, including the Canary Woof Dog Show, Doggy Photo Shoot, Dog Training all of which took place right hear in Limehouse. We are now working hard on filling our 2016 calendar with even more fun & exciting events, so watch this space
Look out 2016 here we come!
We will now be running a beginners & intermediate training course. Both are 9 week courses commencing Tuesday 2nd February.
We are very excited to announce that Angus MacFarlane that will be introducing Agility Training in the Spring. Full details to be revealed shortly. In the meantime, if you are interested in participating I would suggest that you register now as places are limited and demand will be high!
Canary Woof Dog Show
We are busy organising our 3rd annual Dog Show, which is just part of the fun to be enjoyed at the Limehouse Festival, taking place on the 3rd July. This year we have even more entertainment for our 2 & 4 legged friends, including a Agility Demonstration, Doggy Photo Booth and of course a whole host of fun completions and fabulous prizes to be won.
Doggy Photo Shoot
Following the success of our December photo shoot, we are looking forward to inviting Ellie Brewer of Pet Pics Photography back to take some more great photo our local pooches. Here are a few of my personal favourite photos from the shoot
Anyway pooches, my job here is done. My good furiend Vinnie K is busy writing the next Canary Woof Blog, so stay tuned