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It’s Puppy Playtime: Dogville Launches A Puppy Pop-Up For All The Dog Lovers In NYC

Bianca Bahamondes Bianca Bahamondes

It’s Puppy Playtime: Dogville Launches A Puppy Pop-Up For All The Dog Lovers In NYC
Dog lovers are in for quite a treat next month! A new “pup-up” experience called Dogville is coming to SoHo, and everyone’s invited.

Dogville is a unique experience for dogs and anyone who loves them–which is pretty much everyone, right? The brand has partnered with Google’s Nest to creative an interactive play space for you and your fur baby. There’s a “Dogs Gone Wild” living room with Fido-friendly furniture for them to romp in, a Yum Bar for Fido that’ll feature healthy food options from two of the nation’s most reputable dog food companies Pet Plate and Wild Earth, and even a PAWsitive Reinforcement Spa for your puppy to relax.

Dogville’s pop-up will be filled with installations you’ll be wagging about (and so will your pooch!). There’s plenty of instagrammable moments designed to show the world you’re giving your dog his or her best life.

Whether you have a furry friend or not, you’re still welcome to join in on the fun. There will be plenty of rescue and therapy pups for you to play with in their puppy pit! In the pit (an oversized dog bed) you’ll be able to cuddle with, and get lots of licks from, some of the cutest adoptable dogs there…and maybe even leave with one too.

Dogville will run from Friday, May 10th, through Sunday, June 2nd, with hour-long sessions available throughout each day. And making it all even more exciting is the fact that part of your ticket purchase will go toward supporting rescue organizations. Play with pups and help them? Count us in!

Be sure to snag your ticket to Dogville here to secure your time with Fido.

What: Dogville

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Where: 371 Broadway

When: Fridays-Sundays: 1 hour sessions available between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

           Wednesdays & Thursdays: Open access from 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Tickets: $35, grab them here


Also published on Medium.