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K9 Kafe

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Plenty of dogs for socializing, food is pretty okay.

Food was pretty good for a dog cafe. The cakes are crazily sweet.

The seating area is a little small and cramped, but there are a lot of dogs! My dogs had a fun time playing with the other dogs.

There was a mop available to 'clean up' after your dogs, and it is often already soaked with pee (so there's no point really...)

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• 24 Sep 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Plenty of dogs for socializing, food is pretty okay.

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Food was pretty good for a dog cafe. The cakes are crazily sweet.

The seating area is a little small and cramped, but there are a lot of dogs! My dogs had a fun time playing with the other dogs.

There was a mop available to 'clean up' after your dogs, and it is often already soaked with pee (so there's no point really...)
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• 12 Aug 2012 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Great place of dog owners

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Went there with my Shih Tzu and she enjoyed herself thoroughly with other dogs in there.. fellow dog owners were also friendly.. staff was thoughtful and very caring towards both the dogs n owners.. they also provided excellent services..overall, if you are a dog owner, highly recommended!
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