Labradoodle dog loves the pub so much she’s got her own seat down her local

Nora the Labradoodle loves spending time at the pub – and even has her own seat at her local.

Her owner Simon says his adorable dog makes friends wherever she goes in her home town of Brighton, East Sussex.

The pup even has her favourite seats in her favourite pubs and turns the heads of passers-by as she sits down.

She even stands up at the bar to ask for a treat.

Having become something of a celebrity in her home town, everyone knows Nora by name, and she meets new people and dogs every day when she goes for her walks.

However, lockdown has been tough on little Nora, who has been unable to hang out with her usual human and doggie friends.

Owner Simon said, "During lockdown it just wasn't the same for Nora, as she loves people and all of her doggy friends. It's what she thrives on.

"At one stage, I was worried that she might be getting a bit down or bored, especially when we passed one of her favourite pubs and she tried to get under the gate!"

Simon said he wasn’t thinking of taking home a little girl when he went to visit the Labradoodle litter.

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But he instantly fell in love with the little white puppy and named her Nora Bing, after Chandler’s mum in his favourite TV show, Friends.

His fluffy companion loves to swim, enjoys luxurious lie-ins and if she is tired, she will head upstairs for a well-earned nap.

Simon has even concocted a personalised super-healthy dog food for his pup, which he is now selling on his website.

Explains why he believes Nora Nose Best is the perfect food for dogs, Simon said: "Nora really does know best… She is thriving on this new dog food and I am proud to have her face on every bag.

“Nora Nose Best is healthy because of the functional ingredients chosen for taste, and the health of your dog.

"The product is nutritionally dense because there are no fillers, just high quality ingredients which are pressed at low temperatures and pressures.”

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