Narrowboat Pub Dog Brunch and All Dogs Matter Charity
The past few years I have attended All Dogs Matter's events, they are a lovely rescue and rehoming charity based in North London. I always enjoy photographing their events, throughout the year they hold different events to raise funds for their dogs needing homes. One of their latest events was a Dog Brunch at The Narrowboat Pub in Islington, it is one of the dog friendly pubs that supports dog charities and is in a beautiful location by Regent's Canal. They had a good turnout on the day, one of the lovely businesses who attended was ByBenji that sell premium treats for dogs http://www.bybenji.com
One of the dogs I really loved meeting was Wilbur, he has recently been adopted by Rowena Kenward and Amos Batt from All Dogs Matter. Staffies are so mis understood due to how they are portrayed, when meet Wilbur he has such a gentle nature and is one of the softest Staffies I have met and photographed.
If you know anyone who is interested in fostering or rehoming a dog please visit All Dogs Matter's website https://alldogsmatter.co.uk
Below are a few of my favourite photos from the event. If you would like to book a photoshoot please contact me, to see more of my images please visit https://www.natashaballettaphotography.com/galleries-photography
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