Do you feel guilty leaving your sweet, adorable pup when you’re heading out to a vacation? Does your pup idolize Pluto? Do you wish that you could bring Sparky, Fluffy or Fido on your next Disney vacation? Well, now have that opportunity!
Walt Disney World Resorts recently announced that starting Oct. 15, dogs will be allowed to stay with their families at four Walt Disney World Resorts.
From Sunday on, guests staying at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Disney Port Orleans Resort – Riverside, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort or the cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground will be allowed to bring two canine companions per guest room along with them.
Walt Disney World Resorts are especially excited about their new furry guests, as they are rolling out quite the red carpet treatment for them! Each of these dog-friendly resorts will provide easy access to pet relief areas and green spaces for your pup to play in. And at check-in, every doggie visitor will be treated to a ‘Pluto’s Welcome Kit’, which includes a mat, bowl, disposable potty bags, ID tags, puppy pads and more.
While families are out at the parks, dogs can visit the full-service pet care facility on-site at Disney World for their own fun-filled days.
All dogs who are well-behaved, leash-trained and properly vaccinated are welcome to enjoy these new pet perks offered by Walt Disney World Resorts. The guest fee will only be an additional $50 per night to bring their pets to Disney Port Orleans Resort – Riverside, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort or the cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. It will be an additional $75 a night to have them stay at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.
Tell your pooches to pack their bags, Disney (and Pluto) are waiting!
Sources: PEOPLE, Chicago Tribune
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