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Dogs banned at Mályi-to lake.

Dogs banned at Mályi-to lake.

Old Jun 30th 2023, 9:06 am
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A local friend mentioned this last week and another local confirmed this last night. Our sprocker, Archie, loves water so it's very disappointing news.

There are multiple lakes in the next village, Nyekladhaza, and the good news is they have a doggie beach. The dogs will have to find 400 forints from their pocket money to pay the entry fee. For me it is 1.000 forints. Malyi-to is free to residents but no dogs allowed which as mentioned above is a disappointment.

What do I think of Mályi-to? Part has been fenced off so it is now impossible to walk all the way round. Prior to being fenced off it would often be packed. A few things I didn't like seeing was a certain minority washing clothes and even car rubber mats. Now it is not packed as often but it does have better facilities, I.e. toilets, outdoor shower, changing room, bar/cafe/food. Not forgetting free sun loungers. This is when Zip's was running it but now it is run by Radio M. No idea if 'M' is for Miskolc or Mályi! I have not been there since they took over. Tomorrow there is going to be a comedy performance. Comments on Mályi FB group say it's going to be "dirty"! It's supposed to be a family venue!

Zip's used to be run by the neighbours of very good deaf friends of ours. Their son worked there too. One of my deaf friends did carpentry work for them. Zilch from the new contractors. As to my carpenter deaf friend he's done some work at the Nyekladhaza place. Guess who is running it? Zip's.

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Old Jun 30th 2023, 9:40 am
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Just a word of warning and you might know yourself, I would be careful letting dogs into lakes these days. There are now many lakes in Europe where blue-green algae is present and people only realise when it's too late. Several dogs died in Northern Ireland recently, it was on the news in Germany that it's getting worse and even in Hungary in recent years. .
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Old Jun 30th 2023, 9:50 am
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Just a word of warning and you might know yourself, I would be careful letting dogs into lakes these days. There are now many lakes in Europe where blue-green algae is present and people only realise when it's too late. Several dogs died in Northern Ireland recently, it was on the news in Germany that it's getting worse and even in Hungary in recent years. .
Where my dogs swim is the same place where people swim so it should be safe. Mályi-to do regular checks on the quality of the water.
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Originally Posted by FenTiger
Where my dogs swim is the same place where people swim so it should be safe. Mályi-to do regular checks on the quality of the water.
It's not as dangerous for people and even where the dogs died, people have been swimming for years. Even with regular water checks it can still appear any time.
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https://www.bluecross.org.uk/advice/...Dgreen%20algae.
Blue-green algae can be highly poisonous, or even fatal to dogs, so it's important that you don’t let your dog drink from or swim in water containing blue-green algae.
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Originally Posted by FenTiger
Where my dogs swim is the same place where people swim so it should be safe. Mályi-to do regular checks on the quality of the water.
It might be safe at the moment but with the hot weather we're experiencing might not be in a month or so time.

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Originally Posted by Sachina
It might be safe at the moment but with the hot weather we're experiencing might not be in a month or so time.
The doggie beach is open at Nyekladhaza.
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