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Featuring dog-friendly restaurants, cafés, hotels, beaches, activities, workspaces and shops you can now have this map in your phone with our app so you can enjoy life to its fullest along with your dog. It is available both in Apple Store and Google Play. We are the most accurate dog-friendly map app out there as we hand-pick our venues to make sure you have lots of places to go.
Although we want to mark all dog-friendly spots everywhere, we are slowly getting there. These are the current locations featured in our map:
but with the whole family.
Dogout is an interactive map that features the best dog-friendly bars, restaurants, shops, beaches and hotels around the world.
Did you even wondered if you could take your dog to your favourite restaurant but didn't dare to ask? are you craving to take your furry child to the office? well, now you can! We are Dogout, a map featuring the best restaurants, cafés, shops, beaches and workspaces around the world. We place them on a map so you can decide where to go.
Dogout was born in London out of frustration for not being able to find where to go in our city. We are a small team who are doing this out of passion, however, we are confident to say that we are the most complete map you can find in any of the cities listed, and we keep updating it every day.
If you decide to attend any of the venues suggested in our map, we recommend you giving a call to the business to assure that your dog can enter, we cannot be responsible if any of the information displayed here is incorrect or false.
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The golden rules when taking your dog out
1. Make a quick call
Make sure the place is OK with you taking your dog. Some places may have changed their dogs' policy, others may only accept small dogs.
2. Be considerate
Unfortunately, not everyone is fond of dogs, and everyone has the right to have their own opinions. We recommend you control your dog at all times to avoid complaints or unnecessary arguments.
3. Be polite
Always collect your dog's poops. If your dog is still not potty-trained, avoid going to indoor spaces. At all times prevent your dog from barking or showing aggressive behaviours in public.