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Cafes go 'Al Fido'
Dog owners can now combine taking the dog for a walk and grabbing a coffee at their favourite cafe or restaurant thanks to new health regulations. Tony McManus spoke to Jim Dodds from the Health Department about the dog friendly reforms.
Greg Clark - The dogs are still not allowed in food preparation areas, so for most places they would only be allowed outside.Louise Wednesday 15 August, 2012 - 9:12 AM
I would not want to go near a cafe/restaurant that allows dogs inside.
However, that's just me.
If a certain cafe wants to advertise dog friendly service, that's excellent the dog lovers can go there and I can choose not to.
As long as the choice is always with the cafe owner, they must be able to choose not to if they want.
GregGreg Clark Tuesday 7 August, 2012 - 2:21 PM
Can somebody please explain this coffee shop thing to me? Men in Lycra ride bikes for fitness, then congregate to drink coffee! A walk on the coast, followed by a coffee! Need to meet somebody = need a coffee. I don't get it, and when I grew up I never saw it. Is it like some sort of legal drug culture for grown ups? No! Then why do people say, I REALLY need a coffee? Strange indeed. Might head off now and take the dog for a walk. Then I might have a fruit juice when I get back, and treat Rover to a bowl of water.no wonder we don't win medals Tuesday 7 August, 2012 - 9:50 AM