While the pups play, owners can have a drink and get to know one another through games focused on their dogs.
“If you’re going to fall in love, you need your best friend’s approval,” he added.
After Vancouver’s first cat cafe opened in 2015, the dog is finally getting its day.
Meyer had the idea for his dog lounge more than 10 years ago when he got his chihuahua, Rocco, but timing wasn’t right to open a business.“I wanted a place to bring him to play indoors,” he explained.
"As delusions go, this was in the El Dorado class".
IPC decided to sell to stop the losses, according to Bernard Shrimsley in 2004, out of a fear that the unions would disrupt publication of the Mirror if they did not continue to publish the original Sun.
Meyer is selling monthly memberships, as well as five- and 10-class packages.
Book publisher and Member of Parliament Robert Maxwell, eager to buy a British newspaper, offered to take it off their hands and retain its commitment to the Labour Party, but admitted there would be redundancies, especially among the printers.
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.
This article is about the British tabloid newspaper.
Rupert Murdoch, meanwhile, had bought the News of the World, a sensationalist Sunday newspaper, the previous year, but the presses in the basement of his building in London's Bouverie Street were unused six days a week.
promising fewer redundancies if he acquired the newspaper.
The Sun has been involved in many controversies in its history, including its coverage of the 1989 Hillsborough football stadium disaster.