Quick Answer: Are Pets Allowed In Malls In India?

While dogs are cute and adorable but still people are allergic to dogs or have a phobia towards them and run away seeing them.So dogs aren’t allowed in malls.

Common pets in India are Dogs, cats and other domestic animals listed in the previous answers. For exotic pets, you need to be very careful about the laws. About rodents, not all types of rodents are illegal to keep in India. The only pets which are illegal are the ones found in the wild within the country borders.

Can I take my dog into the mall?

Many shopping centers in the U.S. allow your dog to accompany you while you shop. Most outdoor malls allow well-behaved dogs on a leash in the common areas, while some stores allow dogs on a leash or in a carrier to come inside. Before taking your pet to a shopping mall, please keep these tips in mind: 1.

Why dogs are not allowed in shops?

Because it is a ‘public’ place, and shops have to accommodate to hundreds of people, not just animal/pet lovers. Some people don’t like pets, some are allergic. Some people don’t know how to control their pets, and some shops have breakable objects or food.

Are cats allowed in malls?

1) Ayala Malls

Although, they made it clear on their Guidelines for Pet Owners which is posted on their Facebook page, that only cats and dogs are allowed inside the mall. They’re also allowed in some stores and restaurants if and only if there are pet-friendly stickers on their doors/ windows.

Are pets common in India?

> Yes, it’s common to own a pet in India as Indian families are warm towards welcoming pet and this is the reason why pet population have grown up to much extent within last decade. The most popular pets in India are Dogs, Cats, Birds, Fishes, Guinea Pigs etc.

Monkeys, like other wild animals, can’t be kept and trained for entertainment purposes in India under Section 22 (ii), PCA Act 1960.