Tuesday, 18. June 2013 - 09:06
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There's no danger of wuffing it at this luxury resort in Italy where life really is a beach for these pampered pooches.
Pluto beach at Bibione - near Venice on the Adriatic coast - has been specially designed so holidaymaking dogs and their owners can relax together in five-star comfort, say town officials.
"Most beaches ban dogs for health reasons, but we love them," said one official.
"Each sun umbrella has a special lead holder and they are never closer then five metres so people's dogs have a chance to stretch out without feeling crowded," they added.
There are even clean-up teams with pooper-scoopers to make sure doggie dos are a doggie don't.
The only trouble will be getting the paw things to go home at the end of the break.
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