We saw this sign outside the Long Dog Café yesterday.
I am 60 cm long, so here in Scotland humans would need to stand at least three and a third Berties apart when queuing.
Sadly, this dog-friendly café, which is a convenient walk of about a mile from our Aberdeen home, was closed. Gail says she wants to make sure that, pandemic or no pandemic, I don't totally forget my "restaurant manners" so we marched on a little further and tried out a relatively new establishment, the Orka Artisan Café, where dogs are also welcome.
At 11ºC and a light NW wind, it was warm enough (just) for well wrapped humans to sit comfortably outside. The nice waitress asked if I was allowed a treat, and then complimented me on the gentle way I took the gravy bone from her hand. I thought this might have meant a second treat would be forthcoming but that was not to be.
So I waited quietly while Gail enjoyed her coffee and blackberry scone, thus demonstrating again my absolutely perfect manners
Weather and coronavirus restrictions permitting, I hope we can return to 'The Orka' before too long.