Puppyhood and Pet Café

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Hello, lovelies! First of all, It's been a looong time since I last made a post... Sorry about that! This is because of several reasons; one of them being that taking care of a puppy consumes a lot of time. Anyhow, I finally have the opportunity to give you a little update about what me and Cookie have been up to.

Cookie is growing up really fast (he's about 7 months old now) and he's learned and experienced a lot so far. He's met a lot of people and he really likes people in general, however, he hasn't really had the opportunity to meet a lot of dogs yet. The area I live in is family friendly and I live close to a park so I always see at least 2 dogs and their owners whenever I take Cookie for a walk. However, he's always scared to approach other dogs by himself and I'm usually too shy to ask the owners if we can try to let them play together haha... So my boyfriend told me about a Pet/dog café close by where we live so we there together with Cookie to try to make some friends for him.

Before I talk about the Pet Café here are some of my favorite pictures of Cookie so you can see how he has grown and changed since I got him. Check out my previous post to see what Cookie looked like when we picked him up (He was so so fluffy! ㅠㅠ)
           

There are tons of Pet cafés everywhere in Seoul but since there's one really close to where I live I simply just went there. The layout of the place is really simple but the atmosphere is nice. It's an open space with a small counter where you have to order your drink (The beverages are on the pricier side but there are no other fees) and the seating areas are all up against the wall. Some people come there to bring their dogs so they can play with the dogs in the café whilst some people just come there to play with the dogs that are already there. In the pictures below are a couple out of the many other cute doggies who live at that Café!

           

Unfortunately I don't have any pics of the Café itself, but I will definitely visit many more times and take more pics for you!

Pet cafés aren't really a thing in Sweden (I'm pretty sure I've only seen 1 'Pet Café' in Sweden in my entire life) so it's really nice to have so many here in Seoul and even one that is so close to where I live. Are there pet cafés or other places for pets and their owners to hang out where you live? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for reading and bye for now lovelies~

1 comment :

  1. Your dog is so lovely! Kind of sad that we haven't got many pet cafés like in Korea or Japan here in Germany, it sounds super fun ^^

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