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The Scottish Crannog Centre Questions & Answers

Glasgow, Scotland

Are dogs allowed?

over a year ago Answer

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ScottishCrannog C
Kenmore, United Kingdom
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With huge apologies for not answering this sooner. We are sorry but dogs are not allowed in the Centre, except assistance dogs. As one reviewer said, we do have an area outside for dogs to sit and wait for you. It is just outside our main entrance where the dogs can be seen by staff and water is provided. Plus you can pop outside whenever you wish to check on your buddy!

over a year ago
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Not sure it's not really suitable for dogs the walkway to the crannag is difficult for two legged creatures

over a year ago
Glasgow, Scotland
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We took our Grandchildren and our dog Robbie. Normally dogs are tied up outside the entrance door, in sight of the reception desk but the receptionist took Robbie into the office with a bowl of water. 5 star service.

over a year ago
Hampshire, United Kingdom
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We didn't take our two Labs in and don't think it was suitable for dogs anyway. Don't think they would be allowed unless assistance dogs.

over a year ago
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Best to call them but I think not.

over a year ago
Blairgowrie, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Not in the Crannog I think.

over a year ago
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Think it's only guide dogs. I didn't take my two little dogs in. I suppose you could phone and ask.

over a year ago
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According to their web site:-

"No dogs except assistance dogs"

You could ring them on 01887 830583 to check.

over a year ago
Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom
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I don't know but would agree with previous answer.

over a year ago
Kilbirnie, United Kingdom
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I don't know but as it's an outdoor attraction I would imagine so if they are on a lead and well behaved.

over a year ago
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