Pop up doggy kissing booth launches to beat Valentine’s Day blues in the West Midlands

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Doggy day care group Bruce’s is hosting a pop-up kissing booth in Solihull to help stop people feeling lonely on Valentine’s Day

Studies have found that one in 10 adults feel lonely, insecure or depressed on Valentine’s Day.

The research commissioned by UK doggy care brand Bruce’s has also discovered that 40% generally associate the holiday with negative emotions.

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However the researchers also say thatpetting a dog has been scientifically proven to boost serotonin and dopamine levels, helping relieve anxiety and depression.

So Bruce’s, is hosting a pop-up kissing booth in Solihull on Saturday, February 11 - where visitors can some along for a healthy serving of kisses and hugs from one of Bruce’s furry little friends.

The booth will be manned by some of the Bruce’s team who will be on hand to answer any questions on dog ownership and its benefits and discuss the Bruce’s offering.

Customers will also be able to learn how to get their pooch enrolled at the new Bruce’s Solihull site. Bruce’s Solihull opened its doors last month, marking the brand’s ninth and newest doggy day care site.

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The company takes price in setting itself apart from the competition by creating a fulfilling experience for dogs, their lives and their owners’ lives. They say the result is happier people and happier dogs. That’s why Bruce’s strives to give every dog the best day ever, every day at day care.

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Everything you need to know about Bruce’s pop up Doggy Kissing Booth in Solihull

What: Bruce’s Valentine’s Doggy Kissing Booth

Where: Notcutts Solihull, Stratford Road Shirley, Stratford Rd, Solihull, B90 4EN

When: Saturday 11th February, 9am-1pm

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