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Lodi, the pet place

From Lowe’s to Tillie’s Coffee, Lodians are taking their pets out on the town. Find out where Fido will find a welcome mat — and maybe even a special treat

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Posted: Saturday, September 25, 2010 12:00 am

In San Francisco, you and Fido can get pampered with Hotel Monaco’s “Bone-a-petit” package. On Monterey’s Cannery Row, your four-legged friend can be near you while you dine on the balcony at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

In Paris, France, you can even share an ice cream cone with Fido at the popular sorbet shop, Berthillon, where pets are allowed to sit at romantic outdoor tables.

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  • Mike Bennett posted at 9:20 am on Thu, Oct 27, 2011.

    mbennett Posts: 4

    Don't expect to take your dog into Bass Pro, Manteca even if it is hand carried. I didnt\'t figure they would object since they don't handle food. Big waste of gas and poor customer service. Real surprise for an "Outdoor" store. Have spent a fair amount of money there in the past--online sources are looking better all the time. Outdoor Sportsman in Stockton is very pet friendly--personal experience, Oct 26, 2011.

     
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