Last week we launched the 4th annual Dog-Friendly Pub Awards in order to find the best pub for our four-legged friends in the country. You can find out more, and vote for your favourite pooch-welcoming pub, over at http://pubs.rover.com
Since we were thinking about all things pub and dogs, we came up with a challenge. Who doesn’t love a puzzle? We’ve created a classic pub scene: two of our all-time favourite dog breeds, a Dalmatian and an Old English Sheepdog, are chilling out in the pub. Then we moved some things around, but we’re not telling you what! There are eight differences between the two pub scenes below, can you spot them all? Once you think you’ve solved the puzzle, click on the ‘reveal’ arrow below to check.
Click on the arrow on the left to reveal the answers – did you get them right?
What makes a truly dog-friendly pub? According to our survey of more than 3,000 dog owners who told us that friendly staff, friendly customers and doggy water bowls were crucial to making a visit to the pub with their pooch a success. So dog owners know what they’re looking for when it comes to somewhere to enjoy a beverage with their pooch, but a shocking 34% of dog owners struggle to find a truly dog-friendly pub.
Help us find the UK’s best dog-friendly pubs by casting your vote now!