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Pat
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Nov 5, 2002, 6:45 PM

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Dear all,

I brought my dog to Taman Rimba Kiara on Deepavali day to have a picnic. There were no sign in the entrance that says that dogs weren't allowed and the driveway allowed us to drive to the end of the park. It was a quiet morning with a few golfers and buggy going around and my dog was running freely in the park.

The authorities regulation in my vicinity (PJ) states that no dogs are allowed in 1) restaurants and 2) resort areas. No restriction in public places PROVIDED that it is not running freely without the supervision of the owner. So that leaves us to the definition of whether the area is a resort area. Well, chances are if there is a guard house at the front with maintenance services and efforts to beautify the area and the area is accessible to public visitors they will always call it a resort area. If we have a gathering at a padang in SS2 for eg. theorectically the SS2 padang is meant for SS2 residents, so as long as they do not complain it is ok.

In doubt I would never ask a guard whether my dog is allowed. Firstly, Muslims (amongst others) are definitely not comfortable with dogs whether they are on leash or not. Most guards take that into consideration and would say no to it. If Puppy.com were to have a gathering in such places, it would be very conspicuous and the Park authorities would probably keep an eye on future doggie visitors. I always sneak my dog to places which fall between a "resort" and a "public place" during quieter hours and act stupid when they question me (no sign what!) they will probably let me go for that time and I will never return the second time lo. For coffee shops I choose non-halal shops with an open court-yard and I would not bother to ask for permission. Just work in non-chalantly and tie your dog under the table and no one would notice.

If in doubt, don't ask!If you have done it a few times you would be a natural!

Regards,

Patricia
Pat, David
parents to Kiki-nicole choa


alicia
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Nov 5, 2002, 6:53 PM

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Hey, I took my two dogs to the park too. It was around 5 pm. There were many families there and all I want to say is that the Malays family acted best. The chinese families were shrieking and runnign away from my two fellas. Really ridiculous and both were on leashes and none exceed ten kilograms.

Pity we missed each other.
Alicia Ling Horsley


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Khoobg
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Nov 5, 2002, 7:04 PM

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I have been training my two dogs for obedience every day at football field a short distance away from my house. Next to the field is a small mosque and I must say the Malays there are friendly. Most of them view the two dogs with more curiousity and with smiling face. I guess most of them do accept the fact we chinese and indian and many other races like to keep dogs as companion. It is not that bad afterall.

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lisachew
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Nov 5, 2002, 7:21 PM

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Talking about non-halal restaurant. I once thought of bringing Teddy together to a bak kut teh shop. But then, another thought came rushing out where the thought of them using Teddy for one of the bak kut teh ingredient turns me off.

Crazy
Regards
Lisa


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cdmoo
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Nov 5, 2002, 10:55 PM

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hi there,

Rex's training/play ground is just in front of my house. And he has to be off-leash as we play fetch game everyday.

There's a lake nearby (10 min walk), at times, i do walk him there. Bought Delithra (puppy.com member, her dog is Axel) to the lake yesterday, and Axel was dying to jump into the lake! Luckily, she managed to control him..

Smile
regards,

CD Moo





arthur
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Nov 6, 2002, 1:58 AM

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Hi CdMoo,

This place you mentioned would be in Kota Kemuning right? Is it the park where there's a big water fountain in the middle of the lake?

Rdgs Arthur

(This post was edited by arthur on Nov 6, 2002, 1:59 AM)


cdmoo
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Nov 6, 2002, 4:36 AM

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hi Arthur,

BiNGo!


Smile
regards,

CD Moo





(This post was edited by cdmoo on Nov 6, 2002, 5:03 AM)


kaerb
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Nov 9, 2002, 12:19 PM

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hi there ppl,
there is this little cafe right in Puchong Jaya which lets dogs sit there yam char one...I go there almost every week, and the owner is chinese and he's ok with it. He did complain once that a dog pee at his cafe and the owner didn't clean up..but I don't think any responsible owner would do that right? ANyway..just to tell all...I FOUND A DOGGIE FRIENDLY PLACE...so happy!!!!


fxueyu
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Nov 11, 2002, 9:07 PM

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hi kaerb,

May I know that shop name? is it near Pusat Bandar Puchong? I would like to bring my doggie there alsoWink


lisachew
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Nov 11, 2002, 9:47 PM

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i found a dog friendly cafe somewhere in klang too. Well, the owner itself also has one doggie tied up behind the cafe. I think he let it loose at night though just to 'jaga' his cafe. Its an open air cafe.

Its pretty difficult if doggie pee at that place as it has no concrite floor.

So if anyone interested, maybe you can just ask the owner's permission before getting in. Wink

Well, if anyone interested can always email me at lisa_chew80@yahoo.com
Regards
Lisa


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kaerb
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Nov 12, 2002, 6:30 AM

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It is in Puchong Jaya, Opp IOI mall the shop houses there. I believe i can't name the cafe here but I can say, it's somewhere there. It's just a small little coffee place, something like a mini starbucks kinda thing. Swellllllllllll place...


Aivee
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Nov 12, 2002, 6:42 AM

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Dear All

If there's a pet friendly place, I believe we can mention the name of the place in this forum since it's not related to pet food /product business.

Please clarify. Otherwise we'll be missing a lot of spots as it's difficult to find a shop without the name.

My Mille always get sneak in to hotels. As for the makan places, I just place him on the chair and he'll sit there pretty quietly until a cockroaches or some insects passes by.

Love ... Aivee


Khoobg
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Nov 12, 2002, 6:51 AM

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Hi Kaerb,

No harm to name the Cafe for this case.

Cheers


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fxueyu
Dog Kichi


Nov 12, 2002, 5:04 PM

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hi,

I would like to know the shop, so that we wont miss such a nice place.

Khoo may I know you email, because I would like to put my tiger pic besideWink

TQ


wkser
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Nov 12, 2002, 5:39 PM

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hi kaerb,
tell us the namne of the shop since mr khoo already give the approval ....Smile thank you Mr khoo.....i also wan to bring my nous to the cafe......


regards
kangser and nous


kaerb
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Nov 13, 2002, 1:35 PM

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ok everyone...here goes...there is a couple of places. The cafe is CoffeeLand, opp IOI mall the shophse there. The road I think is called Jln kenari...you can't missed it though..it's pretty well lighted.
There is another like restaurant, open air in Sec 17..the owner LOVES dogs..and the food is great as well..it is called Lucky restaurant, located at the old burnt down cinema there at sec 17, the square there la. Not to sure of the road name.
That's abt it for now...will constantly update you guys if I can find more of these pooches friendly places.


wkser
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Nov 13, 2002, 5:13 PM

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hi kaerb,
thank you for the infor ......will visit the pace soonSmileWink

regards
kangser and nous


kaerb
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Nov 14, 2002, 9:07 AM

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okok...hope to "bump" into you n nous there....


stephee78
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Nov 14, 2002, 5:01 PM

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Hi,

Is there any shop in KL where we can bring along our Pet. I saw on the TV a Pet show , in Taiwan and SG some restaurant is mainly for dog lover to spend their day over there .... really wish there is a place like this is Malaysia.Tongue

Regards,

Stephanie




Khoobg
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Nov 14, 2002, 5:29 PM

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Yes Aivee, please post the name of the place. Cheers


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freakism
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Nov 20, 2002, 11:29 PM

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This is a little late but I work part-time at a restaurant/bar in Desa Sri Hartamas called Flagz. It's a nice (but slightly pricey) place with a garden terrace where you can bring your dogs whilst you socialise with friends! Some of our regulars have lovely dogs-- Boxers, German Shepards, Dobes, Cocker Spaniels.. Kitties welcomed too! I hope this has been useful. :)


PyRoMaNiAc
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Nov 20, 2002, 11:52 PM

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Where exactly is Flagz? Next to...?

-= Tisha =-


freakism
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Nov 21, 2002, 12:02 AM

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Eh.. same row as Kiwi Express, the row of shops just behind Souled Out. It's not really difficult to find, just sounds difficult. :p


PyRoMaNiAc
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Nov 23, 2002, 11:18 PM

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Okies. Thanks for the info :)

-= Tisha =-


cyphang
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Nov 25, 2002, 11:08 PM

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I've been to Flagz once...but not long enough to notice if there were any dogs there...

Anyway...the neighborhood I live in, Taman Desa (near megamall), is pretty dog friendly. I took my sunnie to the park once (which I shouldnt have becuz she's still too young) and saw at least 5 dogs there...pugs, MS, pekingese...terriers....

My mum also told me that her friend brings her shih tzu for yam cha to the chinese coffee shop here pretty often....and the coffee shop is okay with it.

Maybe it's becuz Taman Desa is mostly Chinese occupied, that's why dogs are more welcomed.
With warm regards,
CY Phang

Mummy of Sunnie, the happy, cheeky and naughty female shih tzu pup

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