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#51 26.Jun.18 19:38:59

Tabbycat
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I think it's ok to let dogs in the beer garden too. And if food is served in the beer garden then that should be OK too.
I'd much rather see a well behaved dog at a table than some badly behaved children, and I've seen some of them believe me!


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#52 26.Jun.18 20:33:03

Tony
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LittleRach wrote:

Is the summit dog friendly as well?  This is great news!

We’ve taken Callie to a dog cafe, and she was better than I thought, but she did get a bit freaked at some of the dogs.

Then we took her to Grandpa Greenes and sat outside.  They have a little dog menu there, so we bought her a sausage!  I think she’d be ok in a pub as long as we fed her!  I’d probably buy her a children’s sausage or something like that!

The Summit has a special area down the stairs to the left where they encourage dog owners there is even a large new sign outside to that effect.


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#53 26.Jun.18 21:47:40

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I've currently been adopted by Marley the Carters pub dog.


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Oh Brilliant!  big_smile

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#54 27.Jun.18 13:07:48

Erin
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Is it your packet of crisps he has seen Pengy?  smile

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#55 27.Jun.18 15:10:16

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Erin wrote:

Is it your packet of crisps he has seen Pengy?  smile

Marley was after the packet of Quavers earlier, but she's not allowed any starchy snacks as they make her itch...


Oh Brilliant!  big_smile

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#56 27.Jun.18 18:24:06

Erin
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Aw what a shame she cannot have a small treat now and then.

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#57 27.Jun.18 20:26:57

LittleRach
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Tony wrote:
LittleRach wrote:

Is the summit dog friendly as well?  This is great news!

We’ve taken Callie to a dog cafe, and she was better than I thought, but she did get a bit freaked at some of the dogs.

Then we took her to Grandpa Greenes and sat outside.  They have a little dog menu there, so we bought her a sausage!  I think she’d be ok in a pub as long as we fed her!  I’d probably buy her a children’s sausage or something like that!

The Summit has a special area down the stairs to the left where they encourage dog owners there is even a large new sign outside to that effect.


Woohoo!!  I drove past the sign, and I could see it said Dog, but couldn’t make out any more than that.
Count us in though, we will be there.


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#58 27.Jun.18 22:12:23

Tony
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LittleRach wrote:
Tony wrote:
LittleRach wrote:

Is the summit dog friendly as well?  This is great news!

We’ve taken Callie to a dog cafe, and she was better than I thought, but she did get a bit freaked at some of the dogs.

Then we took her to Grandpa Greenes and sat outside.  They have a little dog menu there, so we bought her a sausage!  I think she’d be ok in a pub as long as we fed her!  I’d probably buy her a children’s sausage or something like that!

The Summit has a special area down the stairs to the left where they encourage dog owners there is even a large new sign outside to that effect.


Woohoo!!  I drove past the sign, and I could see it said Dog, but couldn’t make out any more than that.
Count us in though, we will be there.

You can get a Pawsecco for your dog  wink


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#59 28.Jun.18 13:24:23

Mags
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My friend has never fed her dogs whilst they( the family)have been eating.
They are so well behaved around ‘human food’.
I must try that if we have another dog. xx

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