This New Vegan Café In Glasgow Offers Plant Based Treats To Dogs

The new eatery will be offering plant-based treats to both human customers and dogs
10 percent of sales will go toward the Greyhound Trust

A new vegan café will be open in Glasgow next month - and it will also cater to dogs.

Serenity Now Café will be offering plant-based treats to both human customers and their furry companion animals.

The vegan eatery will serve health-conscious lunches, brunches, bowls, and baked goods.

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Opening close to Kelvinbridge underground, the new plant-based coffee shop will make everything in-house.

Owners Amelia Dagger and Barry Nicolson said: "We're dog owners ourselves [sic] and make healthy raw and baked treats for them at home, a selection of which will be available at the cafe.

"We plan to donate 10 per cent of sales to the Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary."

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