Push for pet-friendly rooms makes hotels sit up and notice

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  1. sobore
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    When the suitcases come out, Pepper goes into hiding.

    She knows what it means: We're leaving, and she's not.

    There are myriad benefits to traveling as much as I do. Leaving the dog behind is not one of them.

    So when longtime friends put me in charge of finding a rental house for our biannual gathering at Deep Creek Lake, Md., I made an executive decision: The dog is coming with us.

    Last year, a quarter of dog owners took their pooches on a trip that lasted at least two nights, according to a survey by the American Pet Products Association. And that number is expected to rise as more and more destinations cater to animals and their owners.

    Read More: http://www.cleveland.com/travel/index.ssf/2011/10/push_for_pet-friendly_rooms_ma.html
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  2. Gaucho
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    Great.... thats what we all need while on the road for business..... listen to some guys mutt whine all night because he misses his favorite pillow or doghouse..... :confused: :mad:
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  3. Concerto
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    Do ANY of these hotels care AT ALL about whether their patrons have allergies to dander and/or dog/cat fur? :mad:This issue just infuriates me and is the very reason I avoid using Air Canada whenever possible. And, if the hotels I stay in start allowing pets, I will be avoiding them, as well.
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