Here's how to make your madra the best gaeilgeoir in the country

By Denise O’Donoghue

How do you say 'paw' in Irish?

Cork's only dog café is offering to help you teach your four-legged friend commands in Irish next week.

Bark & Bumble on Langford Row will be open later than usual to have a special evening of demonstrations and advice on site on Tuesday, October 23.

Would be gaeilgeoirí and their madraí are invited to drop in between 4pm and 8pm for a free guide to teaching your dog Irish as part of Learning Neighbourhoods Cork.

Irish-speaking guest star Púca will offer a live demonstration of Irish-language commands at 6.30pm with her dad, Ronan.

"Púca means 'ghost' in Irish, which means she's obviously destined to come to Bark & Bumble as part of our Hallowoof celebrations," the café owners said about the madra maith.

Doggy participants on the night can even take part in a spooky canine bob nó bia (trick or treat) in advance of Halloween.

Bark & Bumble will also be hosting a range of spooky activities for dogs and their humans to celebrate Halloween, including a costume contest on October 31.

The official 'Hallowoof' Celebration takes place at the café from October 20 to 31.

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