The land of Israel has existed since the days of old and is both socially and religiously significant to many cultures around the world. Israel is more known for its historic landmarks than anything else by most folks around the world, but natives of the State of Israel can tell you that the country is incredibly dog-friendly as well. Places like Tel Aviv, Israel's second most populated city after Jerusalem, are major hot spots for dog-friendly activities. A number of restaurants and parks all around the country also gladly welcome dogs on their premises, so long as they're accompanied by a human chaperone.
It always warms our hearts to learn about countries in which the citizens go out of their way to express their love for their pets in a major way, so we really enjoyed writing about Israel after finding out how much they adore their canine comrades. If you've been convinced to visit Israel after reading this article, then try to book your flight ASAP as the country gets tons of visitors on a daily basis. Tel Aviv is the dog capital of Israel (what with the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture noting that they had the highest ratio of pet parents in the land), so we'd suggest visiting that city first.