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Dining Out With Your Pooch - Information and Etiquette

Whether you are driving across country, or just going out for lunch, there are often times when you want to grab a bite to eat with your four-legged friend in tow. You can always go to a fast food restaurant drive-through or purchase food to go at many restaurants. Then you either have to eat in your car or back at your hotel room or home. But for many dog lovers, there is an increasing demand for restaurants that offer dog-friendly outdoor seating. While not all outdoor restaurants allow dogs, many restaurants throughout the United States and Canada allow people to dine outside with their pooch. There are certain rules of thumb to follow that will increase your chances of finding a pet-friendly establishment. Continued....

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