Everything you missed if you didn’t manage to get a ticket to the cutest cafe in Manchester.
More than 200 dachshunds descended on Yard and Coop in the Northern Quarter on Sunday for Manchester’s first Sausage Dog Cafe. The event was organised by the people behind The Pug Cafe, who have held a number of similar events for pugs and their owners in Manchester.
Organiser Anushka Fernando said the event was a ‘huge success’, with more than 200 doggos and 650 humans
Four-legged friends were offered a dedicated doggy menu including bark-scotti, pupcakes and dognuts, and every dachshund also received a free Pupuccino, while humans were able to enjoy the restaurant’s famous buttermilk fried chicken.
Event organiser Anushka Fernando, owner of The Pug Cafe, said:
“The event was a huge success! We had over 200 dachshunds attend, smooth-haired, long-haired, minis, standards, wire-haired, and a few mixes too, and 650 humans attended.
“It was such a happy and fun event, the dogs loved socialising together, making new friends, but even some of the more timid Daxies still got plenty of love and were spoilt with lots of Doggy treats including PUPcakes, DOGnuts, Jammy DOGgers, PUPuccinos and more.
“It was great to be in Manchester, the people are just so friendly and it was great to see so many people from all different backgrounds, ages etc come together for the love of Dachshunds!”