Tel Aviv is the Friendliest Dog City in the World


Tel Aviv claims to be the friendliest city in the world for dogs, having the highest number of canines per capita anywhere.

There are roughly 25,000 dogs, which works out to one pet per 17 residents, according to city officials. Pooches have access to 70 public dog parks and special beaches where they can play without a leash.

With a no-kill shelter, a city animal patrol that checks on animal abuse complaints, and 24/7 veterinary services for treating homeless animals, Tel Aviv has prioritized the welfare of dogs.

The city is hosting a first ever day for dogs, The Festival of Dogs of Tel Aviv-Jaffa in the Bnei Dan Park in Ganei Yehoshua on Aug. 26 to include adoption, information on caring for canines and more.


{ Israel News Bureau}


  1. Unfortunately, this is a dubious accolade, if this is what you can come up for a city…

    If the criteria is having X per capita, then Yerushalayim, Bnei Brak, Kiryat Sefer, Beit Shemesh, and Beitar are the
    friendliest Jewish kid cities in Israel.


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