CONSTANCE FEHLE AND CONSTANTIN SATEK, MOTHER AND SON, TOGETHER THEY RUN THE VIENNESE CULT RESTAURANT "SKOPIK & LOHN" IN VIENNA'S 2ND DISTRICT.
Q: How did you get into dogs and what lifestyle do you associate with them?
A: Through this photo, who can say no to that. But my life was turned upside down by Elliott, I had underestimated that a bit, having to go out in wind and weather several times a day goes very much against my nature.
Q: How often do you talk to your dog and about what (fashion, style...)?
A: Elli and I talk all the time, she already understands German very well!
Q: Your favorite restaurants, bars, cafes and parks with dog?
A: The dog zone in Augarten is wonderful, also for me, really nice friendships with the dog owners developed here.
Q: What dog habits do you prefer to keep under wraps and what do you insist on?
A: I insist that Elli keeps our secrets to herself, that works out quite well.
Q: Do you travel with your dog? Where do you prefer to go? And what can't be missing?
A: Elli unfortunately can't stand traveling... not yet, we'll figure that out.
Q: What do you look for in dog accessories?
A: Dog accessories must be machine washable!
Originally from an animal rescue in Romania, Elliot has now found love and a new life in Vienna.
ABOUT CONSTANCE FEHLE & CONSTANTIN SATEK
Constance Fehle and Constantin Satek, mother and son, together run the Viennese cult pub "Skopik & Lohn" in Vienna's 2nd district. The Viennese pub, whose ceiling was painted by the artist Otto Zitko and which should actually have been built in New York, where Constance Fehle organized concerts for punk bands like "The Clash" in the 1980s, has become an integral part of the Viennese scene. In the meantime, Constantin Satek runs the business, and you can now also count on animal reinforcements.