Dog friendly hotels do exist
Wednesday 5, January 2011
Many people have four-legged friends that they consider members of the family. These four-legged friends are often forced to stay in kennels or be left behind when long trips are planned.
There are many hotels and motels that have become aware of this problem and have taken steps to alleviate it. This makes business or pleasure trips more enjoyable for those people who also have four-legged family members. However, finding hotels and motels that welcome four-legged guests can still be a hassle.
Petscanstay.com has taken the worry out of finding accommodations that will welcome your furry family members. They can help you with all your travel plans and set up reservations for you in advance so that your trip will be problem free. This gives you the peace of mind that comes with knowing that there will be no unpleasant surprises waiting for you. They even provide you with a list of health care and grooming services for your furry companions when you arrive at your destination.
Visit www.petscanstay.com to arrange all your travel needs before you set out so that your trip, whether for pleasure or business, will progress smoothly from one dog friendly hotel to the next.
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