Pubs/Restaurants and similar
Could this key be added to pubs as well? Some pubs allow dogs to enter but others don't. I think adding a tag like this to pubs will be useful.
- I agree with this. I just came from the OpenGastroMap where I did not find any "dog allowed" or similar. Under the Tag:amenity=restaurant I did not find anything either. Similar for hotel. So I will vote for a key "dog" if voting is possible and promote its usage. --Rennhenn 11:06, 11 November 2012 (UTC)
- I agree too - I came to this page specifically looking for such a tag. I've made some minor edits to the page to make it clear that the tag could be used in this way. I hope everyone is happy with this - if not feel free to revert my edits. Rostranimin (talk) 13:12, 3 December 2014 (UTC)
- I am unconvinced. I think access:dog=yes is sufficient for the pub, because you are travelling/visiting with a dog, or perhaps you are tagging this for future dog users of OSM. Consider what dog=* tags to use if the pub prohibits dogs in the evening? What if the pub requires you to bring a dog? And their restaurant serves food to dogs? Only dogs. Now say there's a connecting tunnel designated/sized for dogs only (no humans) to a path where owners must at minimum carry a leash for each dog? I can't see dog=* handling this and then someone asks about their domesticated leopard. Perhaps these things are better described by treating dogs as generic physical animals and structurally extending human behaviour tags like leisure=* and Conditional restrictions. Dle0 (talk) 13:24, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
I think a better proposal could be:
- We should accept this tag ASAP in any form first. Then we can replace all tags dog=*->pet:dog=* using simplest mechanic edit. We have 3000 dog=* tags, yet dog proposal not accepted in any form. Xxzme (talk) 23:25, 20 July 2014 (UTC)
- Not all dogs are pets (see Guide dogs below). Perhaps animal:dog? Actually, I just like dog by itself. Why should horse=* have all the fun? Dle0 (talk) 10:40, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
Is "clean" necessary?
I can't imagine any case where dogs are allowed and you are not expected to clean after it. I would support the introduction of the key, though.
There's a dog park near me that is divided into two separate sections: one section is for small dogs and puppies. I plan to use dog=small for that. Is there a better tag? Dle0 (talk) 10:01, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
- It seems to me that for a shop (or place) with the sign "No dogs allowed. Guide dogs excepted" you could use access:dog=no and access:guide_dog=yes. If local law requires access for service animals, then the latter tag would be superfluous and I'd consider omitting it. This is because the information is relevant to a visitor. Compare this with the situation of a pet shop that unusually refuses to sell dogs; I would tag that dog=no since the dog-ness is an inherent property of the place and not related just to who can visit. Dle0 (talk) 10:35, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
There are a range of assistance dogs that are not guide dogs but need to accompany their owner into a shop, office, etc. These include dogs for epilepsy, mobility impairment, diabetes, PTSD, dementia, allergies, and many more disabilities. I would therefore like to propose to make the tag choice dog=yes and alternative dogs=assistance dog_only. We are planning to launch a large camapaign to improve access rights for people who increase their mobility with an assistance dog in Germany. Goal is to tag 150.000 places by end of the year. So, for this reason it would be very valuable to be able to differentiate between dog friendly in general and assistance dog friendly in particular. I am not overly familiar with the Wiki format or where to go from here to get these tags included. Any help is much appreciated!! User:rosiewrose (User talk:rosiewrosetalk) 10:35, 22 March 2017 (UTC)
Mixed value types
dog=yes/no/designated are access tags, which look fine this way. However clean and leashed are not access tags. A way or area can be dog=yes/no/designated + leashed + clean. Using semicolons should be avoided. I suggest to use other tags for leashed and clean. --Klumbumbus (talk) 10:29, 12 October 2016 (UTC)