Dogs and restuarants

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  1. Reallyretired

    Reallyretired Funster

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    We have found most French and many Spanish restaurants are happy to have well behaved dogs either inside or more usually on the terrace if present.

    Can anyone tell me the situation in Italy as we are heading there in a week or so. We like to have the odd meal out and Meg is no trouble, just lies under the table.
     
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    sorry can't help, but don't give your dog table scraps in some Asian countries....cannibalism and all that you know. :RollEyes: :Laughing:
     
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    Don't know but I wouldn't try it in Korea :Eeek:
     
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    C'mon folks, somebody must have been to Italy with a dog:pray:
     
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    Hi, we had the same question, whilst in France last week we were talking to a couple who said, Italy is not as dog friendly as France and dogs are not welcome on some sites and most restaurants. However this is not first hand experience.
     
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    Hi

    Yes, many places in Italy accept dogs. I had my mate with me at Manerba del Garda last year and he was shocked and kept saying "Russell, there's a dog over there". In fact, I think it is quite customary to take the dog to the evening meal.

    I never had a problem when I had my dog with me, even though he knocked a table over, taking a bottle of wine, water and glasses with it.

    Also, we were welcome in all sites. NOTE however, muzzles are required on public transport although we did not do so, but we were "off season" in the winter. Dogs are not usually allowed on beaches, but again, we did, off season and no one bothered.

    Russell
     
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