Asked by: Stalin Augensteinasked in category: General Last Updated: 1st May, 2020
What does BAR mean for dogs?
Also know, what does BAR mean in medical terms?
bright, alert and responsive
Likewise, can you have a dog in a bar? In some regions of the U.S., health codes equate dogs with cockroaches. In other municipalities dogs are allowed in outside areas, like sidewalk bars or patios. And in still other areas, dogs can come indoors as long as the establishment does not serve food.
Additionally, what do the letters bar stand for?
NO, “bar” does not stand for “beer and alcohol” room. The word “bar” in English comes from the Old French word “barre” which means a beam, gate or pole used as a barrier. So bar refers to the counter that functions as a barrier between the customer and the bartender.
Are service animals allowed in bars?
Dogs generally have a vest, harness, or collar that notes their status as a service animal. That said, if the owner claims the dog is a service animal and has no documentation, you're not legally allowed to bar the person from your store simply because you don't believe them.