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Next Paws at the Pub:
TBC - we will publish a date for September soon!

For more information or to book a table for lunch, give us a call on 01805 625313 or use our contact us page

"Thank you so much, I think my dog really gained some confidence."

Paws at the Pub!

Cancelled due to extreme heat on Saturday 13 August. Next date will be confirmed for September12.30pm - 3pm

Please note we have decided to cancel our Paws at the pub meet on Saturday 13 August because of the heat warning issued over the weekend. As we all know, bringing our furry friends out in severe heat is never a good idea, so we will postpone until next month.


Our Paws at the Pub lunches aim to give both doggies and their owners a chance to socialise in a friendly space, meeting other like-minded canines and humans. We're a super dog-friendly pub and these regular meetings are for everyone to celebrate owning their fur-pups and spending time out and about with them.

Run once a month, Saturday lunchtimes, you can join us for just a drink, or something to eat as well, whilst spending time with our other pooch and people visitors. Socialise, share hints and tips, make connections for doggy walks and much more. We also regularly have talks from local experts on doggy welfare, such as nutritionists, behaviourists, trainers etc.

Nervous dogs or those who have not been out to busy places are very welcome. We understand it can be stressful taking your fur-baby to a place where anything less than perfect behaviour is frowned upon, so we try and make these sessions as relaxed as possible, helped by the fact you know you are surrounded by empathetic owners who won't judge!

We roll out the red carpet for the pups, with doggy wine, beer and snacks available. We also have a large beer garden to escape to for some space if needed, a fully carpeted interior so all pooches can lay down comfortably and a car park for ease of access.

We're just over a mile from the Tarka Trail, with a nice section that takes you off the main trail next to the Rolle Canal and up to Rice Point on Torrington Commons if you would like to help your furry friends burn some energy before or after your visit. To take advantage of this, park at the end of Loxdown Lane (where this pin is dropped in Google Maps), go under the bridge to the trail and turn right. Walk along for about 5 minutes, then turn left off the trail where some steps take you up to the start of the Rolle Canal walk. You can then explore from there.