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Tips for Staying in a Hotel With Your Dog: Find Us at FlightNetwork

Tips for Staying in a Hotel With Your Dog

I try really hard not to go on about how adorable my dog, Posey, is. I admit, I am a crazy dog lady, but this blog is about travel, and I try hard to keep that focus.

But occasionally I have the opportunity to do both, and that makes me really, really excited!

As an  example, check out this article that I wrote for the FlightNetwork company blog, offering tips for staying in a hotel with your dog:

Pet-Friendly Travel: Tips for Staying in a Hotel With Your Dog

Slobbery kisses to FlightNetwork.com for allowing Posey and I to write this post!

Comments

  1. poor sasha doesnt get to come along for many adventures…
    suki recently posted…Five Ways to Relax on a Road TripMy Profile

  2. Congrats!! Posey is getting famous… maybe he needs his menu tab on your page. :)

  3. Posey is ADORABLE. I don’t blame you for wanting to brag about her whenever you can! ;)

    So wish that it were possible to bring the dogs to Asia with us. I’d be so terrified to take them on a plane, certainly not a trans-Atlantic flight, so for now, any dog-friendly trips will have to be confined to places we can drive!

    Also, we did totally sneak our dogs into a non-pet friendly hotel once. We got caught when we were checking out, but only had to pay an additional cleaning fee (not that our dogs did anything) that only amounted to about $50. Not ideal, but not the end of the world either. Certainly better (& cheaper) than a kennel!
    Steph ( recently posted…First Impressions: The Philippine IslandsMy Profile

    • Cassie Kifer says:

      Thanks, Steph! Yes, it would be difficult to bring them on the trip you guys planned. I’d really only consider flying with Posey if we were moving abroad to live long-term, but I agree, I’d be terrified of putting her in the baggage compartment.

      And I will admit, when I moved across country to California 11 years ago, I brought my two pet rats with me. And I snuck the cage into hotels on two nights, in the cities where I felt it was too cold to leave them in the car. No need to do that now that I know there are pet-friendly hotel options. Every single Motel 6 now allows pets at no additional charge, so that’s always an option in a pinch.

      I’ll look forward to reading about your regional travels (with dogs!) when you guys return :)

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