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Dog in Town Cafe [Ekkamai soi 6]

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2018.01.17

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Hello everyone!
If you live or are familiar to the Ekkamai area you’ve probably heard and perhaps been to the friendly Dog in Town Cafe. Rei and I having been to several cat cafe’s decided this time we try a dog cafe to spice things up. It was thrilling for her being around big dogs for the first time.  A fun place to visit and relax with very well cared dogs. You’ll fall in love with at least one.

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Do you like dogs or cats?

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The owner has a total of 9 dogs. Featured here in this photo is ‘Surasak’ the Schnauzer and ‘PhloenChit’ the Siberian husky. Each one unique in personality and character.

The Westy named ‘Nana’

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Nana was a bit more calm after his exercise. Rei, my daughter was able to get closer to him.

‘Asok’ the Samoyed

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Asok is definitely one of the more active dogs in the family. Here he is taking a ice water break after running around the yard. He is part of the Wolf team with ‘Asok’, ‘Chitlom’, ‘Bearing’ and ‘PhloenChit’

The French Bulldog

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‘Punnawithi’ is highly active and isn’t afraid to wrestle around with the Big boys.

‘Ari’ the Collie

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Ari has a fantastic coat and looks very confident. He tends to be a bit rough with the Wolf Team and has to be warned by the staff to settle down. When he’s relaxed he looks so well composed. Rei was able to get a closer picture with him. Not at the hugging stage comfort zone yet. With a few more visits we’ll see.  I miss seeing our own dog Lilly.

 

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George Kidera has been coaching at APF Academies since April 2011. He had played tennis for the Bulldogs at Truman State University from 2000-2002. His role has been to promote and support all levels of the international tennis community at APF. "Coaching tennis is a wonderful experience and a great teaching tool to develop our next future leader."