Whether you’re looking for a new place to have a coffee and catch-up, fancy meeting a variety of new four-legged friends, or simply hoping to adopt a canine companion, we’ve found the venue for you: the newly opened Dog Cafe, located in Los Angeles.
The premise behind the Dog Cafe is simple: to introduce as many prospective adopters to their future pups as possible, and in as relaxed and enjoyable environment as possible. Owner Sarah Wolfgang explained: “A lot of times, the only way people can go through dog adoption is to go to a shelter, and dogs don’t have the opportunity to show adopters their true selves.”
Indeed, the process of adoption can often be stressful for both the pets and their new human friends. The café will ensure that both parties meet in a venue that is both comfortable and playful.
Everything the café stands for, and aims to achieve, is best summarized by its website: “The Dog Cafe’s mission is to revolutionize dog adoption by reinventing the way people connect with rescues who need homes. The Dog Cafe offers a comfortable and fun space for humans and dogs to hang out with each other, away from overcrowded shelters, which can provoke fear and aggression in perfectly adoptable pups. In addition to helping worthy dogs find homes, we also offer the opportunity for people unable to have pets of their own to spend quality time with furry friends (and vice versa) without the commitment of adoption.”
The Dog Cafe is located at 240 N. Virgil Avenue, Unit 12B, Los Angeles, and is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am until 7pm. Advanced reservations are recommended, and there is a small $10 entrance fee, which includes a drink.
To find out more, visit www.thedogcafela.com; who knows, your new best friend could be waiting there for you.