Are guide dogs allowed in pubs?

Asked By: Katherine Stroman
Date created: Fri, Apr 23, 2021 9:28 PM
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If there is no food being prepared, handled or stored on the premises, then there is no restriction which prevents a dog entering the pub or shop.

If dogs are not allowed in that particular pub or shop then it is the owners own policy and not due to "health and safety" regulations.

Answered By: Carolina Bayer
Date created: Sat, Apr 24, 2021 11:31 PM
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If there is no food being prepared, handled or stored on the premises, then there is no restriction which prevents a dog entering the pub or shop. If dogs are not allowed in that particular pub or shop then it is the owners own policy and not due to “health and safety” regulations.
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Although Britain is a nation of animal lovers, not all of the country's pubs are dog-friendly. In London's well-heeled suburbs, however, there are many picturesque public houses filled with "doggy regulars whose owners like to follow the park with a pint," says Freund.
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If there is no food being prepared, handled or stored on the premises, then there is no restriction which prevents a dog entering the pub or shop. If dogs are not allowed in that particular pub or shop then it is the owners own policy and not due to “health and safety” regulations.
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We allow guide dogs and assistant dogs into our businesses. Many of our pubs allow dogs in their garden areas, but please check with the business before you visit to avoid disappointment.
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Domestic pets will be allowed to enter pubs as food hygiene regulations dating back to 1950's which prohibited pet owners from bringing their dogs and cats inside restaurants, cafés and pubs has now been repealed… This new legislation will now bring Ireland in line with EU regulations on pets in food-serving.
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In NSW, working guide dogs and their users are allowed entry to any public area used by customers, such as: • indoor or outdoor dining areas of a café or restaurant, • public bars • supermarkets • servery areas of kiosks, fast food outlets etc.
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If there is no food being prepared, handled or stored on the premises, then there is no restriction which prevents a dog entering the pub or shop.

If dogs are not allowed in that particular pub or shop then it is the owners own policy and not due to "health and safety" regulations.

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