The weather is warming up and you know what that means? Brunch season is kicking hard into gear. (Personally, it never left because all seasons are brunch-worthy.)

There’s another cafe on the proverbial Sydney block that’s not only catering to your brunch needs, but also those of your four-legged morning walkies pal.

Storehouse on the Park at Rushcutters Bay has announced its ‘dogustation’ menu – please, keep the animal puns coming – and it’s filled with lovely treats and snacks for your little mate so they’re not stuck sneaking scraps off the table when you’re not looking. We all know that too much naughty foods for your pets can get them a little large and in-charge, so a special pup-friendly menu is absolutely welcomed.

What’s on the menu, you ask? Well, there’s the ever-popular ‘puppyccino‘ which seems to be a surefire fave for all the cafes around the traps that cater 2 pooch. There’s also watermelon chewssesame wafers, and pawtein balls on offer for all of those dogs that are real into getting some nourishment from their brunches.

It’s being run in partnership with Urban Herd; a local animal business that specialise in taking care of pets that live in cities, making sure they get the best out of their very busy, metropolitan lives.

So now you can spend your weekends on the terrace at Storehouse on the Park sipping a latte with your pup by your side, while they scoff down on some doggo dishes.

Make sure your four-legged friend is covered in case they happen to nose their way into some human food. Grab insurance from petinsurance.com.au over HERE, and you’ll cop the first two months for free.

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