The adorable dog cafe where you can cuddle puppies with a coffee and cake
The Dog and Scone in Newcastle currently has eight resident dogs, including the Dachshund and Pomeranian
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A coffee shop where customers can snuggle up with dogs while enjoying a piece of cake and a cup of coffee sounds like a dog lover’s dream.
But that dream comes true at the Dog and Scone in Newcastle upon Tyne, where visitors can snuggle up with sausage dogs and Pomeranians.
The restaurant was founded in 2017 and has eight resident dogs always ready for excitement.
The idea behind dog cafes is to give people the opportunity to find company in dogs who can’t have pets because they rent, work long hours, or just can’t afford to.
A spokesman for Dog and Scone said, “We know that in this busy world, owning a dog is not easy for every dog lover.”
The residents of the garden-themed dog café include:
Momo – a miniature poodle and the oldest in the group
Mallow – a Maltese teacup
Yuki – a teacup Yorkshire terrier, the shyest of dogs
Peach – a mini dachshund who loves to cuddle
Sugar – a Pomeranian teacup
Noodle – a long-haired mini dachshund
Teddy – a Pomeranian and the youngest puppy in the cafe
Shadow – a long-haired Chihuahua whose best friend is Teddy
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Tiktok user @jasmineizzy said it was “a great place if you miss your pooch”.
In a video showing her foray into the cafe – which has been viewed over 450,000 times – she was shown cuddling with some of the adorable pups, including Peach, Shadow, and Yuki.
The comment area was filled with people who are dying to pay a visit. Here are some things you need to know when planning a trip.
Entry is £ 6 including a £ 2 deposit that you get back – your first drink is also included so you only pay around £ 2 to cuddle puppies.
There are some house rules to be observed, such as not leaving dogs lying on the tables or sleeping dogs!
Children over 135 cm are allowed to visit but must be fully supervised. Of course you should be careful with the dogs – so don’t pull on the ears and tails.
Guests are also asked not to feed the dogs or let them pinch off the table.
There is a great menu to choose from, including hot toasties and wraps, as well as cakes and scones.
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