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Does Traveling with Two Pets Mean Double Trouble?

Traveling with two pets can set pet owners up for double trouble if they are not properly prepared. Keep in mind that if you’re traveling via air, only two pets of the same species are allowed in one carrier. Of course, traveling with two pets of the same species is certainly easy to pack for. For dogs, pet owners can pack one box of dog treats, one type of dog food, shared chewy toys and one package of grooming products.

Dog treats are an excellent way to reward dogs for good behavior during travel. Busy Berry Treats are yummy treats for dogs and are also healthy. These popular treats have chicken meal, oat hulls, alfalfa and yucca extract. Everlasting Treats are also yummy. These delicious treats come in a variety of flavors, including chicken, liver and vanilla. These dog treats are made from natural ingredients and help keep dog’s teeth clean and healthy.

When traveling with one cat and one dog, planning and packing is a bit more complicated. Individual treats, foods and toys will have to be packed. Also, keep in mind that most pet-friendly hotels will require cats to be on a leash when on the grounds. There are many pet-friendly hotels that accept both cats and dogs, but it is a good idea to read our Pet Policies for each hotels. Plus, read up on traveling with cats.

Hotels that Accept Cats and Dogs When Traveling with Two Pet

There are many hotels that accept both cats and dogs. Most often, it will be listed in our pet policy pages for each hotel. If you are unsure, call our reservations specialists at 877-375-1946 so we can confirm with the hotel. We are specialists in pet travel and will go out of our way to make your your travels go smoothly. Below are two samples of hotels that accept cats and dogs. The kind and level of hotels that love both types of animals ranges so there is a hotel to meet everyone’s needs.
Affinia is a boutique hotel in Manhattan that is pet-friendly. This fine hotel accepts both cats and dogs. It does allow two pets but requires this be confirmed one week before arrival. Upon arrival, all pets must either be on a leash, in a stoller or in a carrier. When guests leave the room, all pets must be in a carrier. The hotel offers posh amenities for pets with its exclusive Jet Set Pet Program. Pets are given food bowls, water bowls and plush pet bed. The hotel staff also assists with extra services for four-legged friends, including gourmet cakes for special occasions and pet sitting. Here’s a quick video that will give you an overview of the amenities you will find at Affina.

Remember, booking early is essential when traveling with pets. See what’s available today so you get the best deals.  Start your search for pet friendly hotels  here. Then sit back and think of all the fun things you can do when you get there!

The La Quinta Inn on International Drive North in Orlando also accepts up to two pets, including both cats and dogs. Upon arrival, pets must be either on a leash, in a stroller or in a carrier. Pets can be left unleashed in rooms only if they are caged. When walking on the inn’s grounds, both dogs and cats are required to be leashed. This pet-friendly hotel offers a large green space for the walking of pets. Pet owners can feel confident that their pets are in a safe place while they in the sites at Universal Studios or Disney World.

Keep in mind that there are many fun activities for both cats and dogs during travel. Type in your destination at the Vacation Pet Friendly. In our Travel Guides you will find loads of information from where to eat, drink and play to kennels, daycares and pet sitters local to the area. You will also find activities. For example, both cats and dogs can be included on walking tours through historical areaa and towns. Hiking is another fun activity for both cats and dogs. For water-loving dogs, swimming, boating and fishing are fun ways to spend the day.

With careful preparation and pet-friendly hotels, traveling with two pets is a breeze.


Posted by Lisa on Jun 28, 2012 in Blog, 4 comments
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