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Km 7, Route Benslimane, Bouznika, Rabat, 13100, Morocco
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Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by expatlawyer

We are considering a job posting that would take us to Rabat and wanted to inquire as to the dog-friendliness of this city. We would need a house with a yard. Do expats generally bring dogs to Morocco? Are there places to walk dogs in Rabat? I have read a lot about stray dogs and am worried.


Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by smartidea

many peopl from out the country bring dogs to morocco and some of them live here in morocco; with thier pats ;
idon't see any trouble about what you will do .

there are a green yards in rabat am sur there are houses with yard .
but not in the center .
in my openion i would look for a hous in the new city ( sala el jadida)
there are houses with yards ...even it's lit bit far from center of rabat .

if you need more info mail me
good luck

Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by expatlawyer

Thanks so much for the response! Do you ever see people walking their dogs in the city, or does that mainly happen outside the city? How far is the area you mentioned from the center?

Thanks a lot!

Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by smartidea

the distance from sala to center is about 30 minuts ;
yes there are houses with yards at ( the widaya ) .
if you don't have time . i can give you some adresses that can help .

Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by smartidea

hi sorry about my last answer i was harry ...!!!!

well yes i saw peopl with thier dogs . and there are houses near the public garden and .it's near to the place where peopl rent houses . u mean widaya for example and sala is 30 minuts from rabat center .
what am sur about is that will not be hard even with a dog .


Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by schat

I was recently in downtown Rabat, and was struck by the number of people walking dogs. It seemed to be a very dog friendly place; I probably wasn't there long enough to notice strays, but I did see a lot of stray cats.

Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by mingruc

I don't have an answer but a question. Do you know what the requirements are to bring a dog into Morocco from the United States?

Re: Expat Housing/Life with an American Dog in Rabat

by hoills

Is there any problem visiting Morocco and then gaining re entry to Spain?

Travel Tips for Rabat

Rabat Tip

by Louby

Roaming through the busy souk. As you enter the souk, you are whisked up by the noises, the smells and the crowds of 'Rabatiens' as they go about their daily life - buying, bartering and bantering. Unlike anything you'll experience in Europe.

The Old Medina

by LysDor

It was a delight to stroll in the Old Médina along the narrow alleys full of colorful and fresh vegetables and fishes, live chickens and other products. No need to be afraid of getting lost, I ended up at the opposite side right in front of the 'Casbah des Oudaia' where I was heading.

take a stroll down Kasbah...

by Krystynn

take a stroll down Kasbah des Oudaïas.

This place also happens to be the oldest part of the city and overlooks the mighty Atlantic Ocean. It contains a huge garden, the oldest mosque in Rabat and an old palace that is now the Museum of Moroccan Art.

The Kasbah is also a walled citadel and its gates are as fascinating as the place itself.... Bab El Kasbah - better known as the Oudaïa Gate, has survived EIGHT centuries of this city and is still an amazing sight today. The rooms within the gate used to serve as a courtroom. And the promise of wondrous things lie beyond its huge wooden doors....

Covered Souika street


In its northern part, Souika Street is covered with rattan, which is most useful in summer and help to keep the street cool. In this part, the shops are now different. There are no more any food shops, but shoes, clothes, etc...

Fresh fish


Here we are at the fish market. Everything is coming directly from the harbor and is very fresh and appetizing. I love fish markets and it is always a great pleasure to walk across and try to recognize the fishes that are sold.


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