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What is the least dog-friendly city you've ever visited?

I'm a HUGE dog lover so I'm always making note of dog-friendly places but I'm curious to know what the dog people on the site would name as the world's least dog-friendly towns. This could mean very tough dog-related laws, a lack of outdoor restaurants, very few places to walk or anything else you think makes it a difficult place to take your dog. 

Looking forward to your responses!

4 Answers

top answer by
Samantha from Kaohsiung

I wouldn't take my dog to Vietnam (apparently there are no dogs there because people eat them). I also heard that in some Arabian cities like Abu Dhabi in Saudi, there aren't many dogs so no pet food available. Doesn't sound very dog friendly.

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  1. Vietnam (country)
  2. Abu Dhabi (city)
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answered by
Vit from Marrakech

Well I don't want to be politically uncorrect but almost all Islamic counties are this way. It's a cultural thing you know. I live in Morocco right now and even you can already see some locals with their dogs (only in big cities and residential areas) you can still get this weird look when they see you with a dog. One of my friend travel with a dog and when he was in Chefchaouan some local guy kicked his dog. And explanation: it's dirty animal .....      

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  1. Morocco (country)
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answered first by
Ross from Fort Collins

I unfortunately have noticed that most towns in Central America would be hard to travel with a dog. there are so many strays that they kind of rule the streets. i know my dog would be eaten alive by those street smart pooches!      

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  1. Central America (region)
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Priya from El Paso

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  1. Las Vegas (city)
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