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The voter during Korea in the heights as one of very few places around town that is found a legal way to get around a lot.
They created a dog park in the back of their bar -- But they may become one of many if the grassroots effort paws on -- gets their way.
-- initiative pars on pad is is to give Houston area restaurants and bars of the option to allow dogs on patios group creator Patrick Walsh says it would be good for the city of Houston that we feel is good for Houston we feel like it's good for restaurants.
It's something that -- could make Houston more livable walk global place.
They can improve our reputation as a dynamic city and it can also help our restaurants as well I mean -- can give our restaurants.
Additional options for how to run their business how to attract new customers and how to increase -- revenues that we feel like it's a really a win win for our city.
And he says so far this city has been supportive -- -- parker has sent us a letter.
Voicing her support for allowing dogs on -- -- we've met with some three City Council members so far they've all been supportive.
Right now only guide dogs are allowed an areas where food is served -- the -- -- found in a restaurant or even on a patio.
The restaurant could be find up to two grants.
So little local restaurants -- summer for -- We love it we want it it's illegal in half and we don't want to get shut down by the Health Department.
So maybe that could change I don't know.
I don't see why it's not possible I wish -- were legal.
Because people love their dogs and you know there's dog parks and why can't they could come here as well.
Some are against it has a responsibility thing I mean I love dogs I have dogs myself but it does.
Nobody people tended to have they're having fun -- bar and a couple drinks down the road they're not paying attention to their dogs and doing that.
-- -- -- -- -- we got a kitchen less than twenty feet away so I mean it's just that that's the deal they did that the place -- and and I just don't think the bars.
Some say once in awhile maybe a cat.
Because almost like a doggy day I think -- fun actually out maybe a cocktail hour whatever may be.
And then bring a whole new group of people in and then I've -- -- restaurants doing that at some of them got in trouble for that.
That I think MI did get I gotta -- I did kind of and fill out that the customer base and -- that's a demand that we have are not good idea fun idea.
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