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You’ll melt when you find out why these adorable pups had a doggy tea party

A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special ‘doggy tea party’.

Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style.

Poogie-Bell and Serena share a milkshake. Over 200 dogs were invited to a tea party at Blonde's cafe in Cottingham organised by owner Willow Boyle. The event raised money for stray dogs by selling dog-friendly chocolate treats were sold. See Ross Parry copy RPYDOGGY : A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special 'doggy tea party'. Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style. The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and diary free goodies. Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

Poogie-Bell and Serena share a milkshake

The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and dairy free goodies.

Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

Chester the Bulldog enjoys an ice cream. Over 200 dogs were invited to a tea party at Blonde's cafe in Cottingham organised by owner Willow Boyle. The event raised money for stray dogs by selling dog-friendly chocolate treats were sold/ See Ross Parry copy RPYDOGGY : A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special 'doggy tea party'. Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style. The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and diary free goodies. Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

The treats were doggy friendly

She said: “We collect blankets and food for dogs and send them across to Romania. We have also worked with a rescue centre over there to bring some of the dogs over here and get them rehomed in Britain.

“It was great because some of those dogs we had brought over here came to the party and we got to see how they had been getting on in their new home.”

Romanian rescue dogs Cookie and Snookie and Collie dog Askja, arrive with owner Sally Hague to the dog tea party Over 200 dogs were invited to a tea party at Blonde's cafe in Cottingham organised by owner Willow Boyle. The event raised money for stray dogs by selling dog-friendly chocolate treats were sold. See Ross Parry copy RPYDOGGY : A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special 'doggy tea party'. Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style. The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and diary free goodies. Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

Romanian rescue dogs Cookie and Snookie and Collie dog Askja

Carrie, a mongrel puppy, was the star of the day and has just been shipped to the UK from Romania where she was mistreated. Over 200 dogs were invited to a tea party at Blonde's cafe in Cottingham organised by owner Willow Boyle. The event raised money for stray dogs by selling dog-friendly chocolate treats were sold. See Ross Parry copy RPYDOGGY : A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special 'doggy tea party'. Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style. The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and diary free goodies. Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

Carrie, a mongrel puppy, was the star of the day

Fozzy the cocker poo awaits his doggy chums. Over 200 dogs were invited to a tea party at Blonde's cafe in Cottingham organised by owner Willow Boyle. The event raised money for stray dogs by selling dog-friendly chocolate treats were sold. See Ross Parry copy RPYDOGGY : A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special 'doggy tea party'. Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style. The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and diary free goodies. Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

Fozzy the cocker poo awaits his doggy chums

Willow described the treats that Blondes created for her special canine guests.

She said: “We made lots of dog treats and cup cakes and we had a dog lucky dip from which the dogs could choose their own treats and we had a dog raffle.

“We made peanut butter cupcakes, peanut butter flapjacks with doggy chocolate on.

“We make the treats to special dog recipes so that they are not made to feel unwell.”

“We also had a few leftover treats and we gave them to a local rescue centre which they loved and was great to see.

“All round it was a fantastic event and we can’t wait to do another one. We raised £600 which is brilliant.”

Chester the Bulldog enjoys an ice cream. Over 200 dogs were invited to a tea party at Blonde's cafe in Cottingham organised by owner Willow Boyle. The event raised money for stray dogs by selling dog-friendly chocolate treats were sold/ See Ross Parry copy RPYDOGGY : A dog-friendly coffee shop took its love for pooches to another level when it held a special 'doggy tea party'. Willow Boyle, who owns Blondes cafe, hired out a car park at the rear and decked it out with bunting and balloons so the doggies could party in style. The event in Cottingham, East Yorks., boasted specially-made treats for dogs with all kind of tastes including those who prefer gluten free and diary free goodies. Willow said that Blondes is heavily involved with dog rescue centres in Romania after becoming aware of the horrendous treatment that pets can suffer over there.

Chester the Bulldog enjoys an ice cream

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