Plan Your Hurricane Getaway: Pet-Friendly Hotels
Red Roof Inn
La Quinta Inns & Suites
Choice Hotels has over 2500 pet-friendly locations in the U.S. Pet fees and restrictions vary by location.
Home2 Suites allows two pets per room and size limitations vary from property to property. They also charge a pet fee. Call the location you'd like to stay at for specifics
Marriott has over 1,600 pet-friendly hotels. Check with specific locations for fees and restrictions.
Loews Hotels & Resorts
Don't Forget BringFido.
Book Directly With Your Hotel of Choice.
We suggest you always make your reservations at the hotel you want to stay at rather than using a travel site like Expedia or Travelocity. Many hotels have a limited number of pet-friendly rooms, so reserving your room directly with an individual hotel reduces the risk of surprises when you check in.
Also, many hotels will relax pet policies in light of emergency evacuations, which is one more reason to call specific properties to reserve a room.
Before You Leave
As you prepare to evacuate, be sure to pack your furry sidekick's current vaccine records, any special dietary needs or medicines. Be sure to pack food for a few days as well.
Also in DinkyDogClub Small Dog Blog
Love little dogs? Thinking about adding one to your home? Here’s a list of the 60 small breed dogs recognized by the AKC. These cute little pups are ranked in order of the number of each breed registered with the AKC. You’ll find basic breed information along with links to full breed profiles on the American Kennel Club website. Enjoy!
We want the best for our pocket pets. And, it can be heartbreaking if they suffer from anxiety-related problems and phobias. Of course, we want to help them be comfortable and at ease. However, how best to do that isn’t always a clear and easy path.
Imagine a dog rescue organization where 70 rescue dogs live inside a regular home, so the rescue team can see first hand how the dogs behave around people and other dogs. That's exactly how Danny & Ron's Rescue works. You can get a glimpse inside this home-based rescue organization in the documentary "Life in the Doghouse," now available on Netflix, Amazon and iTunes.