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The back courtyard has ten gated booths where dogs can dine out, chowing down on everything from locally-sourced dog-friendly treats, such as doughnuts, muffins and lollies.
The menu also includes raw grass-fed beef, chicken, and kangaroo mixed with rice, as well as game meats such as emu, ostrich and crocodile.
Collingwood’s Doghouse will also provide a venue for dogs to host birthday parties, and even weddings, complete with costumes and outfits. There’s a range of costumes including a hot-dog outfit for Dachshunds and super-hero models, herbal shampoos and conditioners and one-off handmade collars from Canada.
After one of their pets fell sick from eating a diseased meat product, co-owners Anuj Yadav and Charles Fernandez came up with the idea of opening a dog butcher shop. This idea evolved into a full-fledged café for dogs and furparents are also well catered for with pre-packaged sandwiches and coffee.
|Co-owners Charles Hernandez & Anuj Yadav - Photo Credit: Josie Hayden|
The Doghouse Café will have dog-friendly birthday cakes, ice-cream, muffins, doughnuts, cookies and pup-corn (chicken stock flavoured popcorn) and a herbal, breath-freshening tea.
Why not pay them a visit this week-end with your pooch?
When: Grand Opening on Friday 1st July 2016
Opening Times: from 7am to 7pm (for the first 2 weeks)
Where: 195 Johnston Street, Collingwood
To find out more, please visit www.facebook.com/doghouseaustralia