Seeing the city is about to get whole lot cuter, as the world's first bus tour for dogs is coming to London.
Created by irritatingly named pet insurers MORE TH>N DOGGYSSENTI>LS, the sightseeing tour will take curious canines around the capital. Adventurous pooches will enjoy a tour of London's best dog-friendly spaces including Hyde Park, Kensington Palace Gardens and Green Park.
Owners will also learn about London's canine history, from the bum-wiggling corgis at Buckingham Palace to the ministerial mutts of Downing Street. Once the tour is over, the tail-wagging tourists will be given handy maps of dog-friendly bars, pubs, restaurants around the city where man and best friend can refuel.
Now that's the dog's bollocks.
The London tour bus for dogs will be running January 17-19, with three tours a day leaving from Lambeth Bridge (north side), SE1 7SG. Book a place for you and your mutt.
Talking of animals on buses, did you hear about the horse boarding a double decker in Islington?