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How to go to the restaurant with your doggy

On this Valentine's Day, you were few to be surprised seing us at the restaurant with Raymond on our Insta stories. Indeed, R accompanies us everywhere and this includes the restaurant. He doesn't have a Trip Advisor account like us, but he could have written a lots of reviews.

As many of you have asked us for advice, we thought we would share our experience with the curious ones. We have included a list of tips, which I hope will help you.

8 tips to apply!

First of all, we are very lucky to be able to bring him everywhere. Raymond has a good temper for sure, but if he is so easy going with us, it is mainly because we have shape him since day one. Here are 8 tips to help you to spend a good moment at the restaurant with your pooch.

Tip no. 1 : Bring him to the restaurant from his early age

This is undeniably what contributed the most to going easily to the restaurant with him, we familiarized him with this environment from his first day. Indeed, the day we went to pick him up, the three of us did our first restaurant. We had driven 3 hours in the morning to arrive at Lanildut at 12 p.m. to collect him up, and when we left the breeder it was almost 2 p.m. So we looked for an opened restaurant to eat on the go with him. Inevitably, he was very small so he said nothing, still surprised to change his environment and discover us.

The younger they are, the easier it is to get them used to being good in such circumstances. Multiplying the restaurants during his first weeks allowed him to get used to noise, people, seeing us eating and being quiet on demande.

Tip no. 2 : Exercice him and let him do its business

Undoubtedly essential before going to the restaurant, it is to walk your little one. The walk allows him to exert himself, but also to do his needs. Two important needs to fill if we want him to be wise in the restaurant. No need to hike 10km, but prefer a walk to get to the restaurant, or walk a few blocks around. This walk will allow your dog not to feel frustrated once at the restaurant, and will put all the chances on your side so that it goes well.