Top 10 pub dogs of London
Dog loving London-based photographer Fiona Freund visited pubs across the capital to snap pooches for her new book, Pub Dogs of London, which celebrates the colourful array of sizes, breeds and demeanors of the four-legged regulars at some of London’s best drinking dens.
Freund traversed the capital in search of canines willing to pose for her, if she could get them to stay still for long enough. The rewards were great, as witnessed here in this teaser collection of ten of the cutest pooches in the 80-strong coffee table book, which she’s kindly let db republish.
The book features profiles of each dog written by their owners, including their likes, dislikes and personality quirks. It also includes dog-themed verse by poet Graham Fulton. Pub Dogs of London by Fiona Freund and Graham Fulton is published by Freight Books and costs £9.99.
Click through to meet our ten chosen furry friends…
Silvester from The Red Lion & Son is a good snorer
Bill of The Prince Regent likes to visit Covent Garden Market by himself
Frida of the Rosemary Branch hates the hoover
The Rosemary Branch’s other dog, Annie, lives in the pub
Humphrey of the Rosemary Branch loves watching Pet Rescue
Willow of The Bull and Last likes stealing pillows for her bed
Boris from The Churchill Arms hates the rain
Buster from The Bull & Last hates being left alone
Kingdom from The Churchill Arms can stand on her back legs
Murphy from the Elm Park Tavern likes eating the foam from the top of cappuccinos