First, they started wearing clothes. Then, they began spending their days at day care—or the spa. And now, as of January 1, 2015, the d...
Last Tuesday, over a dozen dogs (and their loyal human companions) descended upon a Milk-Bone-sponsored brunch bash in San Francisco to enjoy bottomless biscuits, soak in some sunshine, and fete their newfound freedom.
It all came to pass last summer in Sacramento, when AB 1965 sailed through the statehouse and was signed into law by our dog-loving governor, Jerry Brown. (We’re sure his Corgi, Sutter, approves.)
Unlike the previous law on the matter, the bill recognizes the distinction between outdoor and indoor dining, granting California restaurants the right to allow dogs in al fresco eating areas, at their discretion.
The dogs of California—and their human companions—couldn’t be happier.
“I’m looking forward to spending more time outside with Lola,” said Marissa Gomes, the Toy Fox Terrier’s human.
“My puppy just got all her shots, so now we’re finally leaving the house. I can’t wait to bring her to all my favorite places,” Dora Yu, Juno’s human, added.
Want to take your canine out for coffee this Restaurant Week?
First time dining out with Fido? Here are a few helpful hints from the veterans: