OH and I have had a big talk and decided that, whatever the impact on the business, we are going to be dog un-friendly for the time being due to the parvo outbreak. About 60% of our letting rooms are taken by people needing somewhere they can take their dog. We let them go anywhere in the building - barring the kitchen - and they use our dogs exercise paddock for off lead time and the same toileting areas. There haven't been any diagnosed cases in this area but I would never forgive myself if my dogs fell sick or if someone else's did because they used a room or anywhere else in the pub that had previously housed a carrier. We will still allow the locals to bring their dogs into the main bar area as we can use Parvoviricide in there on the hard floor but I can't use that on the carpets and beds etc. Is this a reasonable decision or would you say the risk isn't great enough so still allow other dogs to come or so great I should ban ALL dogs from ALL areas until the risk has died down?