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South Florida restaurants welcome pets on National Dog Day

At Shooters Waterfront (pictured above), humans enjoy Intracoastal views and dogs savor Shooters’ Doggy Menu prepared by Meals for Dogs. Items range from $8 to $14 with items such as Bahia Beef with USDA ground beef, whole wheat macaroni, butternut squash, organic carrots, apples, kale, organic pumpkin seed oil, organic hemp oil and a blend of essential vitamins and minerals. 3033 NE 32 Ave., Fort Lauderdale

Dogs are welcome at Quarterdeck‘s Fort Lauderdale location, featuring an outdoor patio area. While you enjoy burgers, tacos and bento boxes, your pooch can indulge in grilled chicken with rice, bacon, sweet potato treats and unseasoned hamburger patty. 1035 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale

Both you and your dog can satisfy your sushi craving at Casa Sensei, which combines Pan-Asian flavors with the dynamic culinary traditions of Latin America. Four-legged friends enjoy “dog sushi” with chicken and rice and a vegetarian option with veggies and riceโ€”all served with a view of the Himmarshee Canal.ย 1200 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale

The Lincoln Eatery celebrates “yappy hour” from 5-8 p.m. with plenty of spots at the food hall offering treats for pups such as pop-up shops on the patio from Boho Pups, and Salty Pup Supply; chicken jerky for dogs in the food hall from farm-to-table sandwich shop Necessary Purveyor; and free puppuccinos to all canines for dogs whose owners order a coffee from XO Espresso Bar. 723 N. Lincoln Lane, Miami Beach

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