We bet you already knew that we’re a nation of dog lovers but did you know just how passionate we are about our pooches? 

Recent research shows, a spike in pet ownership in the UK with six in ten households (59%) now owning a pet, likely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic,* and half of dog owners (49%) have confirmed that they bought or adopted a dog for love and affection.** 

We thought we’d do some research ourselves and find out just how deep our connection is. It turns out, it’s pretty deep. Our survey of 2,000 UK dog owners showed that one in ten (11%) say that they love their dog more than their significant other with more than half (52%) feeling guilty for leaving their dog home alone.

A fifth (22%) also stated that they felt their romantic relationship became stronger with the introduction of their dog and 15% agreed they would rather spend solo quality time with their dog than their partner.

With this in mind, we thought we’d celebrate the love between us and our pooches this Valentine’s Day with our Puppy Love Valentine’s Day Brunch at 123 Vegan in London. The menu is headed up by Michelin-starred chef, Alexis Gauthier.

Not only that - we are offering the experience entirely FREE to everyone who comes along. But spaces are limited, so we recommend you register soon to avoid disappointment. It will be on a first come, first served basis.

Dogs and diners attending on the day will be catered to with both human and dog-friendly plant-based dishes, with owners even having the option to eat the human-friendly equivalent to their pet’s meal. In addition to the brunch, we’ll also provide a host of complimentary perks for both human and dog guests, such as glasses of prosecco and ‘pawsecco’, a photobooth, dog-friendly music and of course, dog-friendly seating so pets can dine at the table too.

Although our event is called the Puppy Love Valentine’s Day Brunch, dogs of all ages are welcome.

Interested? You can register you and your dog (and a human companion too if you want!) by filling out the form below: