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Enrique Escrivá proposes a small part of the Montañar as a beach area for dogs

May 06 from 2022 - 09: 55

The spokesman for Ciudadanos Xàbia, Enrique Escrivá, has proposed to the local executive that they study to enable a beach area for dogs in the First Montañar. The mayor refers to the point between the temporary Windsurf school, where free bathing is not allowed for security reasons, and the limit of the vehicle parking area.

An area in which, according to Escrivá, "there is a small entrance to the water that can allow easy access to pets."

neighborhood proposal

Finally, Escrivá has transferred to the plenary session of the Corporation the complaints of some residents of Cristo del Mar street in the Duanes neighborhood, about the lack of trees on the sidewalks, whose tree pits are still empty, while they have been planted in other areas nearby, such as Plaza Adolfo Suárez.

Comments
  1. The one that was missing says:

    Photo guy:

    Find a decent job and cut loose.

    Wasting time with this dog is painful, pathetic, absurd and above all, LAMENTABLE.

    Get lost for a while, please.

  2. Ana says:

    Faced with the overcrowding of pets and its consequences, a necessary and absolutely justified pet tax should be put in place to co-finance the intensification of cleaning work due to the droppings that many leave for the delight of others.

  3. Gui says:

    My opinion,
    Too many dogs and cats and humans in Jávea,
    It is a serious problem for the ecosystem.
    First, the owners of these carnivorous animals form an organized team to clean Jávea of ​​canine droppings.

  4. pep says:

    Sometimes I think that he should have been born a dog, have been adopted by a German couple and reside in Jávea.

  5. Manuel Andres. says:

    Another proposal that will deteriorate not only the health of the coast but also the image of Xàbia. Even more so when there is a lack of civic education among dog owners, many of whom leave their droppings with impunity anywhere on public roads, coasts, sand, etc. A dirty.

  6. Carlos says:

    In other words, it proposes an area for pets to bathe that is forbidden to bathe for safety reasons...

    Questions:
    1.- Pets are not prohibited, and humans are?
    2.- Those of us who have been bathing in “the small entrance to the water that can allow easy access to pets” for 20 years, what do we do? do we go somewhere else?, do we take a bath, when the new users leave, among the dung of the pets?
    3.- Since when is bathing prohibited for security reasons? There is nothing and no one who has ever indicated that.

    It seems to me that this man likes photos as much as the Mayor

  7. Pedro says:

    I agree that dogs also have their rights, including bathing in the sea. The problem is many owners, there is nothing more to do than take a walk along the Paseo del Montañar to see the amount of shit that some leave behind, many owners of their handsome dogs and bitches.

  8. Luis says:

    Who will pick up the dog poop and disinfect the sand and rocks from the pee? The same?

    • Nadine says:

      It's crazy that dogs have the RIGHT to the beach.
      I flip.

      • peter diaz says:

        I think that if the owners of the dogs have the necessary care there would not be much problem,
        Dogs are an invaluable company for people who live alone or are sick like me, their company is a great comfort, although I don't see the need for them to bathe in the sea either, if I see fit to keep the parks in Javea in good condition for pets.
        NOTICE FOR PET OWNERS WHO WANT TO SPEND A FEW DAYS IN BENIDORM AT THE DIPLOMATIC HOTEL WHICH SAYS THAT THEY ALLOW PETS
        THEY ONLY ALLOW THEM TO CHARGE THEIR OWNERS FOR THE STAY BECAUSE THEN THEY DON'T EVEN ALLOW THEM TO WALK WITH THEM THROUGH THE GARDEN THROUGH SOME PATHS THAT ARE WELL MARKED. IT IS A TRAP TO GET CUSTOMERS THOSE WHO ARE RELEGATED TO THE WORST ROOMS OF THE DIPLOMATIC HOTEL.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Another one who loves pics


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