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Dogs at Palmerston?


Bob Buzzard

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DulwichFox Wrote:

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> I do not understand why people would take their

> dog to a Pub Restaurant.

>

> Would you take your Dog to an Indian Restaurant..

> ??


Indian restaurants wouldn?t allow it, so it?s not an option.

Pub restaurants are a bit more casual.

However, I doubt Franklin?s would allow a dog - happy to be corrected.

Anyway, Spart?s text seemed to suggest there is more at play than an innocent question (though I?m too naive to discern exactly what !).

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Dogs are great and loveable but don't belong in a pub or restaurant, unless they're a guide dog. Leave them at home and allow those who don't like them, have allergies or fears around them, to enjoy a neutral space freely. Bring them back a doggy bag!
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Nigello Wrote:

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> Dogs are great and loveable but don't belong in a

> pub or restaurant, unless they're a guide dog.

> Leave them at home and allow those who don't like

> them, have allergies or fears around them, to

> enjoy a neutral space freely. Bring them back a

> doggy bag!


Well said. My sentiment entirely.


One night recently in the EDT there must of been 15 + Dogs.

May well of been organised by owners who seemed to know each other.


Dogs were naturally excited and barking at each other.


Not nice.


DulwichFox

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