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This fancy pop-up sushi bar for dogs proves we’re now subservient to our pets – A N I T H
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This fancy pop-up sushi bar for dogs proves we’re now subservient to our pets

This fancy pop-up sushi bar for dogs proves we’re now subservient to our pets


Take that canned food away and bring more wasabi, hooman.

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If you’ve already bowed to your dog’s every whim, buying them a highly opulent Moncler parka, a water bottle you can share, and a sexy, calming leotard, why stop there? 

Ditch the canned dinner and take Rex to a slick sushi bar just for dogs. (Yes, we’re talking about real, quality fish. Jealous?)

Poochi Sushi, a dog-only sushi pop-up is opening in Auckland, New Zealand, according to Concrete Playground. Opening for one day on Dec. 3 in Parnell’s Heard Park, the pop-up will feature three sittings of 10-12 dogs per session, with each sitting organised by pup size — imagine watching a Pomeranian attempt to get a look at an Alaskan Malamute party. Not happening.

The pop-up is being organised by Auckland not-for-profit group The Big Dog Walk With Lots of Dogs (actual name). Dinner will cost $15 per pooch. On the menu, sushi and sashimi using Marlborough Sounds-sourced king salmon and hoki from the coastal town of Coromandel. La di da. 

Because 2017, dinner will include a pooch-friendly “beer” called Pawl Ale, according to the publisher. This won’t exactly be like the time a Buckingham Palace footman got Queen Elizabeth’s corgis drunk, but close enough.

But maybe your dog has earned it, you know? Maybe they’re a good pooch fired from the CIA for not being a narc? A lifeguard puppy who saves kids from drowning? A hard-working doggo who’s also a hotel concierge?

Give ’em a real treat. Can’t get to New Zealand? Take Rex to a pat-intensive puppy cafe or an exhibition just for them.

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