Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Dining Etiquette: Canine Edition

If you’re tired of playing Frisbee in the local park with your canine companion, you may want to spice things up by treating your pooch to a dog-friendly restaurant in Monterey the next time you two go out. Your dog will surely enjoy the experience of being served fancy dog-sized portions of food by a waiter.

If this will be your first time to eat out with your dog, know that your dog is expected to behave. With that in mind, here are a few dining etiquette your dog will have to follow:

Stay Still

Keep your dog underneath your seat or table and as close to you as possible. Even if you only have a small dog, it is considered inconsiderate to place your dog on the table. If you have an energetic pup, keeping still may get boring quickly. In such cases, you may want to tire out your dog at the park for a little bit before proceeding to the restaurant.

Supply Dogs with Their Own Dinnerware

It’s considered rude to have your dog eat straight from your plate or glass. Bring your dog’s water bowl with you when you two go out. Fortunately, many dog-friendly restaurants have a dog menu and are happy to serve your dog’s meal on plates to help complete the dining experience.

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