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Animal access policy

  1. Domestic companion animals are allowed at the information desk and in the courtyard, circulation areas and terrace of La Casa Encendida, provided that they are properly trained, do not have behaviour problems and are at least one year old.

  2. Domestic companion animals are not allowed in any area designated as an "animal-free zone" or in the areas mentioned above when an activity is being held there.

  3. Access is limited to a maximum of 15 animals inside the centre at any given time. Access may be restricted during peak visiting hours (especially when children are present) to ensure the safety of both our human and animal visitors.

  4. When applicable, owners must bring their animals' official health records with them and comply with all pertinent sanitary and safety requirements established by Spanish law.

  5. Animals will only be admitted under the following conditions:

    • a) All dogs must be kept on a non-adjustable lead with a maximum length of one and a half metres.

    • b) Muzzles are mandatory for all dogs classified as potentially dangerous according to Royal Decree 287/2002:
      Applies to the following breeds: Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Rottweiler, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Tosa Inu, Akita Inu

    • c) Small companion animals other than dogs must be transported in suitable carriers and must not endanger or inconvenience other users by reason of their shape, size, noise or odour.

    These conditions must be met from the moment the animal enters LCE facilities until it leaves.

  6. For public health reasons, animals are not allowed to defecate inside the centre.

  7. Feeding animals inside the centre is prohibited.

  8. The animal's handler and its owner will be held liable for any damage, injury or inconvenience the animal may cause to persons, property or the facilities themselves while at the centre.

  9. LCE reserves the right to refuse entry to animals. LCE staff will use their discretion and knowledge to make the most prudent decision in each case.

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