free-for-all doggie poo bags

free-for-all doggie poo bags

Although Taiwan had never been on my wish list of countries to visit one day, when the opportunity arose, I accepted it. Hence, it was in mid-January of this year that I spent 6D/5N travelling from Taoyuan to Tainan and back north to Taipei.

Sanwan Township

Sanwan Township

Sanwan Township

Sanwan Township

 Schokolake Story

Schokolake Story

One thing about Taiwan that struck me was that it is a dog-friendly country. Taiwanese are free to take their dogs along for the day’s activities, including into eateries.

Mile High Leisure Farm

Mile High Leisure Farm

Shengxing Station

Shengxing Station

Shengxing Station

Shengxing Station

I have visited a handful of countries, and the dog-friendliness level in Taiwan is right up there with the Netherlands.

 Lungshan Temple, Lukang

Lungshan Temple, Lukang

Lukang

Lukang

Child Story

Child Story

In Beipu, I even came across a doggie poo bag dispenser for free use by dog owners, to pick up after their dog. How’s that for community-wide civic consciousness in pet caring?

Koxinga Shrine

Koxinga Shrine

 Tainan City

Tainan City

Taipei Lunar New Year Festival 2019

Taipei Lunar New Year Festival 2019

So, similar to my previous international trips, here’s sharing photos of dogs and even cats that I crossed paths with during my tour of Taiwan, to wrap up my story sharing.

Gratin House, Ximending

Gratin House, Ximending

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