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It’s no secret that Tel Aviv is one of (it not the) dog-friendliest place on Earth. The Tel Aviv municipality has labelled Tel Aviv as the friendliest place in the world for dogs with 1 dog to every 17 residents and therefore the city with the highest amount of dogs per capita in the world. While you might be caught off-guard at first, you soon get used to finding fido hiding beneath the table next to you at Miznon on King George Street or HaMinzar behind the Carmel Market. Heck, there are even dog-friendly bars where the number of dogs inside almost rivals the number of humans. You don’t have to own man’s best friends to enjoy their company either; there are a huge selection of outdoor parks–from Gan Meir to Park HaYarkon–that invite dog enthusiasts to marvel, play, and aspire to own one of their own all at the same time (and you even can on Gan Meir’s doggy adoption days). And so, while the list may be endless, we've highlighted seven of the dog-friendliest places in Tel Aviv.