Every animal lover knows that there are rules that although aren't written anywhere, will help make your holiday with your pet enjoyable and relaxing, both for you and for those sitting next to you on the beach or at the restaurant, or simply those who live in the flat next to yours.
Every dog owner knows - or at least he should - his own dog.
It goes without saying that if your dog is boisterous and lively, you have to be sure that it is a good idea taking him to the beach or places where there are a lot of people.
Maybe it would be a better idea taking him for a long, frisky walk and then taking him home for a rest (not all day obviously) where it is cooler. If you are staying in a hotel, come to an agreement with the Manager as regards if and for how long you can leave him in your room.
If, on the other hand, your dog is calm, we suggest - whether you're on the beach or in a restaurant, bar or ice cream parlour etc - you choose a shaded area where he won't disturb anyone and where noone will bother him.
Dogs on the beach are often cause of arguments and complaints, but we believe that if you stick to these few, simple rules you won't have any problems:
Just follow these few rules and you'll see that everything goes smoothly.
Suggestions on behalf of the Enpa, Island of Elba
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