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Jason Meyer, who has opened a dog lounge for small dogs where they can play while owners have tea and coffee, poses with some of the canines in Richmond on Sunday.
He’s planning a singles night for early March for small dogs and their owners.
I was waiting in a slow-moving line at a coffee shop; immediately behind me were two young women, perhaps in their early 20s, chatting about their love life.
They caught my attention when the conversation turned toward dogs and dating.
A Richmond entrepreneur is promoting puppy love with a singles night at his new dog lounge.“It’s a great way to make sure your dogs are compatible,” said Dog Club Cafe founder Jason Meyer.Meyer is hoping there will be enough interest to expand to Vancouver and beyond.“I want to put out a call to action to local dog owners,” he said. The Animal Print along with Jack’s Snacks, a dog bakery would like to help you to meet other dog lovers/owners at Speed Dating: Doggie Style.Meyer is planning to get a liquor licence and has a permit for some special events, like his first singles night March 3.“The idea behind the lounge is that it’s an entertainment venue for dog owners,” he said.The dog club at the Richmond Public Market will have music, TV and Wi-Fi, while there will also be a retail showroom where dog owners can shop and order clothing, accessories and dog food for delivery to their home or the lounge.
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“You’re at table 9,” the host says, smiling and pointing towards the far corner. “I’ve done this a few times before, just never with Bailey.” She gestures towards her curly-haired spaniel.