Not just dog friendly — pig friendly — horse friendly — duck friendly — goose friendly — and, yes, human friendly!
We stayed in a place once, recommended by the Cornish Tourist Office as dog-friendly, where Pedro had to sleep in the car and the landlady sniffed at the gap under our bedroom door. When we surprised her in the act, she accused my husband of smoking which he had not been doing (although he might have smelled of tobacco!)
Thus we are sceptical about such claims of tolerance and frienship.
Not so at the Crooked Inn, Trematon, near Saltash, Cornwall, England (for far-away friends).
Here we were welcomed by the host, a large, elderly, golden Labrador who met us in the car park and led us into the bar, explaining the rules to Pedro on the way under his breath. Inside was a heaving Friday night bar where unseen wagging tails flagellated our passing legs.
Food was being served and dogs lolled under tables. One of the locals was tired and emotional and obviously disliked tourists, he growled at Pedro and was bundled away by his friends several of whom then came over and introduced themselves.
In the dinning room, Pedro was calmed by under-floor heating and ate fat from excellent sirloin steak.
No one woofed in the night, not even when someone fell over a goose and set of the alarm.
Breakfast was generous smoked haddock with a perfect poached egg, garnished with lemon and fresh lime. Outside the huge pig wandered free, unmolested by the running dogs and ignored by the over-coated horse. The puddle-ducks dabbled and the geese gaggled and Pedro prepared for the serious business of the day