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Are dogs allowed in costco?

My friends have 3 dogs and are going to Costco to buy dog food. I'm not opposed to them having a dog in Costco as long as they keep it on a leash, and it does not cause any disruption. My question is, can dogs enter the store with them?

In all honesty, I don't think they would do it but I'm not entirely sure. This is a general question so it can be applied to all locations where dogs are allowed, not just Costco. I'm not saying they will because I can't see them doing it but I am curious and curiousity is not knowledge. I have never been to a store like that and I am not even familiar with it.

I wouldn't go to Costco with my dog because I have never seen any other pets allowed in Costco stores, even when it was called 'K-Mart'. The last time I went to a Costco was when my daughter was about 8 or 9. The store has changed quite a bit.

If you want to go to Costco with your dog, and it's allowed, I would think you'd need to find out if they allow pets to enter the store with their owner. My wife and I would never go to a store without bringing our dog with us, and I really can't imagine bringing my dog to a store with my friends and not letting him walk around the store.

So I would check the policy before you go to a Costco with your dog. You can find the policy on their website and they will have posted something on the door. Or ask if they allow pets in the store.

You should bring your dog to a Costco if you're comfortable letting him roam around the store. I'm sure most people will let their dogs roam around the store with their owners. It's a great environment to allow them to roam because the store is full of people and dogs can go right up to the meat counter.

We live on the east coast. Costco is a big store here. I've never seen them allow dogs in a Costco. Our dogs never roam around the store but I think most people would do it. You should check to see what they do allow and don't allow.

Our store allows pet owners to bring their dog into Costco. So, you can definitely bring yours. I was able to take my dog with me on a trip recently without any problems. We didn't enter the store itself. We just took the elevator and went straight down to the first floor. We bought dog food and supplies on the first floor and then we went back up to the meat section for my husband's steaks.

Our store allows pet owners to bring their dog into Costco. So, you can definitely bring yours. I was able to take my dog with me on a trip recently without any problems. We didn't enter the store itself. We just took the elevator and went straight down to the first floor. We bought dog food and supplies on the first floor and then we went back up to the meat section for my husband's steaks.

That's awesome! We've never been to Costco but I think we would be able to bring our dog in and probably just leave it with a dog walker or something if they were not allowed. If we do go in I'm going to try and bring our dog in to see what it's like and hopefully if it's not a big deal we'll bring her in and see.

I don't know of any Costco's that allow pets, but it seems like they would. You should ask at the store and see what their policy is. I would definitely go with your dog. My mom does go to Costco sometimes with her dog and they both seem to have a great time.

The rules are on the web page I linked in my post. They list if pets are allowed and it's allowed with owners.

Our store allows pet owners to bring their dog into Costco. So, you can definitely bring yours. I was able to take my dog with me on a trip recently without any problems. We didn't enter the store itself. We just took the elevator and went straight down to the first floor. We bought dog food and supplies on the first floor and then we went back up to the meat section for my husband's steaks.

I have to say this sounds crazy to me but I have never been to Costco so I could be wrong. I am thinking that they should allow dogs inside with their owners or if they do allow them they should have an area in the store where the pets can be. I do not think I would want to bring my dog with me to Costco.

I do not believe dogs are allowed at Costco stores. My friends dog died recently and we went to get dog food to have a celebration for him. While at Costco I got an email from them saying they were not allowed pets at Costco. I was very surprised they said this as we usually bring our dog with us to Costco.

My Costco does allow pets. We just take them into a little pet-friendly area on the first floor.

If you're comfortable bringing a dog into a store, go for it! I always bring mine with me when I go to Costco - he loves it! I've gone to the store without him a couple of times and it was fine, but you do need to get him used to going there.

I go to Costco a couple of times a year with my dog, and it is fine as long as you are aware that he is not allowed to run around the store. He gets very bored waiting for us to get our stuff, and I have to get him into the store early so we can go straight to the back. He is not allowed to go in the meat or produce section or anything like that because we do not want him to go near any of the meat and I don't think they'd appreciate him being inside with a bunch of meat!

I've been to Costco with dogs several times, with no issues. There are a couple of dog-friendly areas set up in a corner of the store, just ask the employees about it, they will let you know which are the best ones


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