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According to Mercola Healthy Pets, the number of pet friendly hotels has increased from an estimated two thousand to around forty thousand since the late 1990’s. The truth is we love our pets and most hotel chains know we need to bring them with us! Aside from just wanting to travel around with your pet, it can be very stressful to find a family member, friend, or neighbor to care for your pet while you are away from home. In addition, most pets are thrilled to travel along with their owners as a companion or even a co-pilot! Fortunately, with the rise of nation-wide dog parks, and even select restaurants and bars designating special areas for your pet, hotels or motels have recognized the importance of having a facility that is welcoming for pets. It’s important to first research if the hotels near your destination allow pets. Even if some hotels state no pets are allowed, there are exceptions if you are traveling with a service dog. For all other pets, hotels will state their policy for bringing a dog or cat during your stay. Typically, most hotels will charge a small fee per day along with a security deposit depending on the hotels pet policy. In some cases, hotels may have pet size and breed restrictions. In addition, it’s also a good idea to ask a hotel their limit of pets you can bring in case you have more than one dog or cat. One of the most imperative rules for bringing your pet to hotels is to make sure your pet does not excessively bark in the case of bringing a dog and to make sure you clean up any messes your pet may cause in the room. This is one of the main reasons that some hotels require a security deposit in the instance of a pet damaging furniture or soiling carpet and flooring.
Tip: If a pet may have a strong attachment to the owner and the owner leaves their pet in the hotel room unattended, a dog for example, if there are multiple complaints coming from surrounding hotel guests of excessive barking, complaints may be received to hotel manager which often will result in a call to the owner to come back to the hotel to calm down the dog. Therefore, if you have a dog that may be upset being in a room alone, make sure to bring your dog along with you away from the hotel or possibly locate a temporary dog sitting facility while you are away.
How to Find Hotels That Allow a Cat?
“Who Says a Cat Can’t Be Welcomed on Vacation Just Like Dogs Do?”
When most travelers think about “pets,” dogs are the universal animal that come to thought. However, there are lots of people that are proud owners of a cat that are equally worthy for travel as well. The only slight difference opposed to hotels that allow dogs is that a cat can be a welcomed pet for a select number of hotel chain and brand locations. When searching for hotels that are pet friendly, check the hotel’s pet policy to see if your cat is allowed before booking a room. We have found that some pet policies can be vague about which animals are considered “pet friendly.” Some hotels have policies that may consider dogs and cats as the general pet but since a dog is the most common animal that is brought on travel, most policies will reference dogs only. The best way to see if you cat is considered “pet friendly” is to first check hotels that welcome pets and simply contact hotels to see if their policy includes a cat. If your cat is welcomed, it’s best practice to check the requirements and guidelines for keeping a cat in rooms and around common areas of the hotel. To find a list of hotels that are pet friendly, please click search button below.
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