During the 12 days of Christmas, Chapel Street gave to you, 12 of the cutest gifts you ever did set eyes on. They’re furry, pampered and stroll the length of Chapel Street like they own the place! Who are we talking about? #dogsofchapelstreet
Insta-famous pooches from South Yarra to Windsor take Cafe Dogs to the next level. Often sporting outfits that are just as on point as their fashion forward owners. You’ll catch them drinking straight from a glass, because who does communal drinking bowls on Chapel Street?
Here are the 12 Chapel Dogs of Christmas and where you can look to find them!
All we have to say is Spencer is a Chow Chow – the most ‘aww’ triggering pooch you will ever see. With a coat you will just want to roll around in, Spence brightens up every person’s life he strolls into. Oh, and he’s fussy. I mean look at him! Isle hunting at Woolies in Prahran means staying off those plush paws and long journeys call for kicking back in his bike trailer from Melbourne Bicycle Centre.
Dave may be a standard name, but this ain’t just any fur friend. Dave’s a beagle with the most jaw dropping eyes you ever did see and as you can see, he is really getting into the Xmas spirit this year. You can catch him sinking a few at Leonard’s House of Love with his mates.
A Min Pin who just looks like he’s up to no good. These foxy ears can be caught hovering above a pint or two from Chapel Street Cellars.
Poppy Maus is a Toy Red Poodle and the absolute cutest ball of poodle curls you will ever lay eyes on. Always turning heads, you can catch her ordering a poached egg from Tusk on a Saturday morning, followed by a trip to Westpac Bank Prahran with mum to run some errands. On Sunday she’s grabbing a blow wave at Volume Hair, followed by a gourmet doggy treat from Little Green on Chapel after a hard days work.
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