America is set to get its first dog cafe - and each pup will be available for adoption 

Cat cafes may have been all the rage in 2014, but 2015 is set to be the year of canine with America's first dog cafe hoping to open in Los Angeles this year. At The Dog Cafe, customers will be able to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea while cuddling a group of adorable pooches that will be roaming free on the premises and available for adoption.

 Founder and animal rescuer Sarah Wolfgang has already raised more than $6,000 on Indiegogo to fund her plans and hopes to reach her goal of $200,000 by February 5. The money will be used to construct two side-by-side locations that will serve as the cafe and the dog zone, as well as provide furniture and supplies.

 In ordinance with the LA Health Department, customers will first purchase their coffee or tea at the cafe before heading over to the 'dog zone' where the lovable pooches will be hanging out and ready to play.

As Miss Wolfgang says in a video posted to her company's website, the business will be a 'coffee shop where you'll be completely surrounded by dogs - small, big, quiet, crazy, young, old, all sorts of dogs.'

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