Sainsbury’s has just announced a pop-up Christmas restaurant for dogs

Sainsbury’s has just announced a pop-up Christmas restaurant for dogs

After all, the pop-up’s opening date is Christmas Jumper Day. Tickets cost £5 for one owner and one dog, while two owners and one dog is slightly more expensive at £7.50.The doggy pop-up will be open for three days (Picture: Sainsbury’s)Are you a dog lover without a dog?

Sainsbury’s launches adorable collection of Christmas jumpers for dogs

Sainsbury’s launches adorable collection of Christmas jumpers for dogs

Ahead of the big event, Sainsbury’s has just launched its Tu range of Christmas jumpers for dogs , and the designs are adorable.It’s pretty affordable too, so you could get more than one design – £14 for jumpers and £12 for the coats, with the range available in-store and online.

Bonfire night 2019: How to keep your dog safe during fireworks

Bonfire night 2019: How to keep your dog safe during fireworks

Bonfire Night 2019: Turn up the TV or music to help drown out the bangs (Image: GETTY)Gemma Cunningham, Campaign and Communications Manager at pet supplement manufacturers Lintbells, said: “Many dog owners are calling for a change around firework laws, with over 60 percent calling for an outright ban on unlicensed fireworks, according to the study we conducted, with 96 percent believing that the laws around fireworks should be changed.

Sainsbury's launches mince pies for dogs so pooches can feel festive

Sainsbury's launches mince pies for dogs so pooches can feel festive

It’s not a mince pie, but Sainsbury’s is selling festive chicken, duck and cranberry-flavoured products, as well as deli sticks that taste like turkey, duck and goose.

Foxed by Basil Brush and his lost decades

Foxed by Basil Brush and his lost decades

She deserves her position on ability and not as yet another “race, gender, class” nominee – which is as it should be (Ofcom chief named as new chairman of John Lewis , 7 June). • Read more Guardian letters – click here to visit • Do you have a photo you’d like to share with Guardian readers?