Taking Your Dog To The Dog-Friendly Bar

Have you ever been having a great time with your friends at the bar, and then suddenly remembered your beloved dog, at home alone? You probably wished your dog could be there with you, also socializing and having a good time. You're not alone in feeling this way. In fact, so many people feel this way that dog-friendly bars are becoming more and more popular across the nation. Here are some tips you'll want to follow as you begin bringing your dog with you to the bar.

1. Make sure they go potty first.

Most dog-friendly bars have backyards and areas where dogs can go potty, if needed. However, some dogs can be shy about using these areas, and they don't always smell the best. So, make sure your dog goes potty at home before you bring them to the bar. This way, you can relax without worrying so much about potty breaks.

2. Pack your vaccine records.

Dogs are required, by law, to have rabies vaccines. Many dog bars also require that dogs be vaccinated for other common illnesses, like distemper and kennel cough. So, before you head to the dog bar, make sure you gather your dog's vaccine records in case you are asked for proof. You could just take a picture of the records on your phone so you always have it, going forward.

3. Bring your dog's bowls.

It's best to bring your dog's own bowls to the bar so that he or she is comfortable eating and drinking from them. You can pack your dog's food if you'll be at the bar during a meal time. The bar should be happy to provide water, though.

4. Make sure your dog is in a secure harness or collar.

Even the calmest dogs can get a little excited when in a busy place with other dogs. To make sure you don't end up with a loose dog at the dog bar, put your dog in a secure harness. Harnesses tend to stay on better than collars, and they are kinder if your dog does start to pull on the leash. Make sure you bring a comfortable, secure leash that you don't mind holding for hours, too.

Dog-friendly bars are great places for dogs and their owners to spend time together. If you follow the tips above, you should have a lovely time with your canine companion and others. Contact a dog-friendly bar like PG & J's Dog Bar to learn more.

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