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This Dog Café In Ontario Lets You Treat Your Furry Best Friend To Dessert

If you're a dog owner, you know just how much it pains to have to leave your furry best friend behind at home. The cute, beady eyes say it all - "Please take me with you!" In Ontario, there's a cute café that actually lets you do that so you won't have to endure the dreaded guilt.

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My Dog's Cafe & Bar is a pet-friendly cafe in Hamilton that is dedicated to providing a positive space for dogs and their owners. Whether you'd like to meet other canine enthusiasts in the GTA or are simply looking to grab a delicious bite to each, you can do so at this café with your dog by your side the entire time.

Their menu has options for both humans and dogs, ranging from home-made baked goods to delicious drinks like coffee, tea, hot chocolate and fruit smoothies. They are currently working on expanding their menu to include cheese plates and pizza slices. All of the ingredients they use for their menu are also safe for your dogs to eat. 

Their spacious interior can accommodate dogs of all sizes, and they also have a patio that's open during warmer seasons. The owners just ask that owners walk their dogs in the nearby park before bringing them inside!

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For more information, visit the My Dog's Cafe & Bar website.

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