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Pet Friendly Hotels - Dog Friendly Hotels

How do you find pet friendly hotels when planning to travel?

Do you like to travel?

If you're someone who likes to travel a lot, and you especially like to travel with your dog, you are probably constantly in search of dog friendly hotels to stay at along the way as you travel.

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It's not always easy to find these kinds of hotel rooms that allow dogs in the rooms. But one big thing to remember is that this is definitely something that will be a lot easier to do at home, before you actually start your trip.

Where To Start Looking
for Dog Friendly Lodging?

Even a simple Google search for "Dog friendly hotels" will bring up tons of results, giving you an ample resource of websites that can help you with your search. A few websites that may be a helpful place to start include places such as - Kids and Pets ALWAYS Stay Free at Motel 6. Click Here to Plan Your Vacation!. These will be good spots to start searching for dog friendly hotels in the area that you will be traveling to.

After a very small amount of research, you should be able to find a lot of good options for you and your pet. After you have found some options, it's time to start weeding through them to find the best one to fit your needs.

Make sure to find each hotel's specific pet policy, either on their website or with a quick phone call to the hotel.

Different hotels, such as pet friendly hotels, will have different policies as to the:

• size of the pet allowed,

• a possible extra deposit required to have a pet stay in your room, etc., so make sure you know exactly what the policies are before you book a room.

Some helpful questions to ask each hotel ahead of time include:

• any limitations on the size or breed of the dog,

and also what exactly the pet deposit covers.

Some hotels will be very strict with that pet deposit, and others will be more lenient. Make sure you know exactly what is expected of you if you stay at that hotel.

Once you have pared down your list some, you might be trying to figure out the best way to find good deals on hotel rooms that allow dogs. If you know of a specific chain of hotels that allow dogs on their premises, and their pet policies work well with your situation, you can always do the more traditional hotel searches, using a discount website like Hotel Planner or Priceline.com, or you can also try that hotel's own specific website.

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All in all, if you can do your research before you leave, dog friendly travel should not be too difficult, and you should easily be able to find a number of suitable pet friendly hotels to stay in throughout your travels.

By the way, if you ever need any help in hiring a dog walker, here are several great tips to help you out.

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"Old dogs, like old shoes, are comfortable. They might be a bit out of shape and a little worn around the edges, but they fit well." - Bonnie Wilcox 'Old Dogs, Old Friends'