The Idea Behind Paws for Coffee
There are thousands of coffee shops in the UK and more are opening every day.
However, As a family, we felt that there was a large gap in the market, as most cafe and coffee shops do not allow dogs on their premises
That is not to say that all cafe and coffee shop do not allow dogs. They certainly do but none to the extent of Paws for Coffee
Paws for Coffee is very different in many ways it is almost a shrine to our much-loved pooches.
There is nothing like this in the UK, For a start, It is owned and run by dog lovers it has doggy menus including a Puppychino which is warm goats milk with black pudding in the bottom
We understand that dogs are not just pets, they are family, and that is why this venture is so unique. You dogs are welcome to sit at the table with you.
The first Paws for Coffee was started by Louise Rawlinson who was born into a dog crazy household. It was almost inevitable that she should be involved in the dog care training and social aspect of dogs.
Louise envisages the concept growing so that every doggy park and play area will have a Paws for Coffee in the future. The next one to open will be on the 6th October 2017 and is walking distance from Sheen Gate in Richmond Park the largest Royal Park in the UK.
Louise has now worked full-time with dogs for the last 13 years involved in puppy and adult dog training plus a very successful dog crèch and pet walking and sitting company called Sociable Canines.
She still trains dogs and is involved with Sociable Canines as well as running a very popular Puppy Class. and owns two Dachshunds called Fudge and Pipsqueak. Louise's father is the Dog Behaviourist Stan Rawlinson. Who has been Disneys Behaviourist and is the Chairman of PAACT and is an expert witness under the dangerous dog's act 1991 and has defended numerous dogs in court that have fallen foul of the law. Stan is also an assessor for numerous child fostering agencies, making sure the fosterers dogs are not a danger to children.
Hampton Hill Address:
Paws for Coffee
41 High Street
Phone 0208 979 8010
364 Upper Richmond Road
0208 392 1239