Many animal owners think of their pets as part of the family. They carefully consider its needs, care, and well-being when they plan trips or vacations. Unlike the old days, when they were forced to leave their pet with a sitter, they now have several options available if they want to take it along on the trip.
You may even find that some of your favorite establishments will grant your pets the same respect they grant you. Remember, however, that not all hotels will be willing to house your pet.
More and more hotels bill themselves as pet-friendly, but does that mean they really are? Most hotels have common-sense policies in place that benefit everyone, including other guests, but some hotels that advertised their affability to pets actually weren't.
Most pet-friendly hotels offer amenities like treats and toys, but a few go the distance to make the whole experience as enjoyable for the pets as it would be for the owners. Towels, sitters, leash-free play areas, special food, beds, blankets, and gift baskets are just some of the amenities that pet-friendly hotels offer.
Before you decide to stay with your pet in a hotel, you should be aware of some of the most common rules and requirements imposed by pet-friendly hotels.
Learn about kennel and leash policies and other requirements to be aware of before checking into your room.
Also, find out about the additional fees associated with traveling with your pet and who is responsible when something goes wrong.