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Etiquette Tips To Follow When Dining Out With Your Dog

Posted by Glady Gines on

Etiquette Tips To Follow When Dining Out With Your Dog

No one makes a better dinner date than your furry friend! Nowadays, many restaurants allow pet owners to sit outdoors with their dogs beside them. While going out to eat with your pup is fun, it can be stressful if your pooch needs a few lessons in manners. Dogs shouldn’t spend the meal barking or tugging at the leash as they try to greet everyone around. In this pet parent guide, we’ll explain the top etiquette tips to follow when dining out with your dog. 

Review Restaurant Rules

Many restaurants offer outdoor seating, but that doesn’t always mean dogs are welcome on the property. As you decide on a place to eat, review the restaurant’s website to determine whether they allow dogs.

Call the establishment to verify this information if you cannot find an answer online. By calling ahead to make a reservation, you can also ensure you get a spot on the patio, and you may even be able to get a water bowl for your pup.

Use the Right Leash

Don’t go to the restaurant with a retractable leash. These types of leashes are designed for off-leash training and make it harder to keep your pup nearby. When you eat together, your dog should stay on a short leash that remains in your hand or worn around your waist. DogGoods Store sells a dog leash belt that you can wear to keep your hands free as you enjoy a delicious meal.

Prevent Canine Distractions

On the restaurant patio, there are all sorts of amazing smells and distractions that’ll capture your pup’s attention. Packing a few of your dog’s favorite treats can help keep their attention on you. It’s also a good idea to feed your furry friend before going out to prevent them from begging for table scraps.

Go to Obedience School

Another etiquette tip to follow before dining out with your dog is to sign up for obedience school. Your pup should know basic commands, such as sit, stay, and lie down; your dog should also respond to their name. In obedience school, you can also learn how to keep your dog’s attention on you. It’s best to have your dog sit or lay beneath the table at the restaurant so they’re not in the way, and the proper training will ensure they follow this etiquette.

Clean Up When Leaving

You should always clean up after your pet if they go potty or make a mess. Some dogs drool at the sight and aroma of food. Or your pup may eat a bit of kibble under the table and mess with their food. Regardless, you should always pick up after your pet out of respect for the establishment. As long as you are a responsible pet owner, the restaurant will remain more likely to welcome pets to dine alongside their owners.