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A Sydney Café Just Launched A ‘Dogustation’ Menu For Your Four-Legged Friends

A Sydney Café Just Launched A ‘Dogustation’ Menu For Your Four-Legged Friends

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The look in your dog’s eye as we try to make a stealthy exit to lunch with friends is often enough to make us scrap our plans all together. But, instead of being filled with guilt, take your doggo on a date to Sydney’s latest pet-friendly hot spot.

Storehouse on the Park in Rushcutters Bay have unveiled a new dogustation menu, featuring a range of delicious and nutritious pet-friendly eats. The menu includes treats like watermelon chews, sesame wafers, puppaccinos and “pawtein” balls.

All recipes are safe for canine consumption and include only the finest organic and preservative-free ingredients, created by animal nutritionist Anna Felton. After all, they are very good doggos, and their tums are worthy only of the best.

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The whole thing is in partnership with Urban Herd, a local animal wellbeing business that specialise in taking care of city-dwelling pets, ensuring their health isn’t compromised while living their busy metropolitan lives.

If you want to bring your four-legged friend to your next brunch, you can book via the website.

How To Get There:

  • Fly into Sydney Airport
  • Take T2 service from Domestic Airport to Central Station
  • Take the T4 service from Central Station to Kings Cross Station
  • Walk 700m (9 minutes)
  • 100 Bayswater Road, Rushcutters Bay

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(Lead Image: @storehouseonthepark/ Instagram)

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