Notting Hill poised to go to the dogs

London's affluent Notting Hill is bracing itself for next week's launch of Mutz Nutz, billed as the 'Dog's Bo**ocks of Pooch Boutiques' and promoted by EdenCancan.

The agency has lots of experience handling glittering celebrity bashes on behalf of clients such as high-end gourmet confectioner La Maison du Chocolat. Model Caprice, actress Jennifer Ellison and local dog-lover and singer Will Young are on the list for the 'star-studded' launch party next Wednesday.

The decadent pet store will stock merchandise for the affluent dog and cat owner who has everything, including 'handmade truffles which you and your dog can share'.

Absolutely barking.

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