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Serious Question....are Dogs allowed in the Ground

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6 minutes ago, Therein73 said:

That's basically it -- I'm dog sitting on Sunday and need to find out if I can bring my Pup with me ??

 

Can anyone help please ??

I think all dogs are allowed in for a fiver under an old agreement. Seriously though, I would imagine there might be problems with the health and safety brigade. Hope I'm wrong.


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I don't think that dogs are permitted in any sports grounds unless they are guide dogs.

It definitely won't be allowed in if it brings a drum.

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Just slip it in your jacket & wrap it in something warm

If you get caught just explain to the steward that your Vietnamese.. 

And its your hot dog for your packed lunch :) groan :)

 

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Weve had a few up at the mount. (More in the summer sporting 80's fashion and cheap perfume) They're generally well behaved but can get a bit lairy if any bottom sniffing occurs.

Oh and don't cut them up in the food que

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On 9/7/2018 at 5:56 PM, Therein73 said:

That's basically it -- I'm dog sitting on Sunday and need to find out if I can bring my Pup with me ??

 

Can anyone help please ??

Can't see why not round by bottle bar and a litter bag

Plus its only a few but they are allowed in when we play the noisy neighbours

Lol

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I saw some water bowls and a dog ,which wasn't a guide dog up at the mount the other week. I was thinking about asking the same question to the Twitter account .

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They were very popular at Headingley in Eddie Waring's day I recall.


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On 9/7/2018 at 5:56 PM, Therein73 said:

That's basically it -- I'm dog sitting on Sunday and need to find out if I can bring my Pup with me ??

 

Can anyone help please ??

So. Come on then. Put us out of our misery. Did the aforementioned mutt get in?

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1 hour ago, NickD said:

So. Come on then. Put us out of our misery. Did the aforementioned mutt get in?

With over 800 there, where would he stand Nick?

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1 hour ago, Blind side johnny said:

With over 800 there, where would he stand Nick?

Reckon he could have found a spot near the badger bar,,,always quiet there

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Hi Nick D ............ No, the Pup did not enjoy his first Rams game........... Found a 'sitter' for him and was able to get to the game....

Would he have counted in the attendance figure ??   ?

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2 hours ago, Therein73 said:

Hi Nick D ............ No, the Pup did not enjoy his first Rams game........... Found a 'sitter' for him and was able to get to the game....

Would he have counted in the attendance figure ??   ?

It would have been 850 if he did.

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