Traveling With Pets: Pet Friendly

August 29, 2017

Pets are part of the family and many pet owners would not consider leaving their furry friends at home or with someone else. When considering traveling with your pet you need the right kind of accommodation that caters to both the pet and the pet owner. There are several websites to help you search for pet-friendly accommodations such as Bring Fido, and Pet-Friendly Hotels, and 6 Best Pet-Friendly Hotels In Las Vegas. Here are a list of top pet-friendly lodging, beaches, restaurants, and airlines.

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p style=”text-align: center;”>When searching for lodging always call ahead of time to make sure they accept pet and if there is a fee, weight, and breed restrictions.

Hotels:

Many hotels offer accommodations for your furry babies. Some may charge a fee, while others don’t. Make sure you confirm with the hotel before you book. Also, make sure you understand the rules when you bring your pet along.

  • Ac Hotels
  • Courtyard
  • Delta Hotels and Resort
  • Fairfield Inn and Suites
  • Marriot
  • Best Western
  • La Quinta
  • Lowes
  • Sheraton
  • Hilton
  • Holiday Inn
  • Staybridge
  • Choice Hotels

****Not ALL locations are pet-friendly so always call before booking.

Beaches:

Everyone likes to soak up the sun, even man’s best friend. Beaches are a great way to get out and exercise. However, many beaches prohibit dogs. There are still a few out there that don’t mind your furry friend joining in on the fun.

  • Fiesta Island Off-Leash Dog Park
    • San Diego, CA
  • Myrtle Beach
    • Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Gulfside Beach
    • Sanibel, FL
  • Jupiter Beach
    • Jupiter, FL
  • Dog Beach at Pier Park
    • Panama City Beach, FL
  • Bonita Beach Dog Park
    • Fort Myers Beach, FL
  • First Landing State
    • Virginia Beach, VA

Don’t see your favorite beach, check out Bring Fido for more beach listings in your area.

Restaurants:

We all have to stop and grab a bite to eat while traveling. Leaving your dog in the car is frowned upon these days and temperatures can change while your dog is in the car waiting for you to return. To avoid this opt into a restaurant that allows animals to join you.  You no longer have to leave Fido in the hot car while you enjoy some food.

  • The Dog Bar
    • Charlotte, NC
  • Norm’s Eatery and Ale House
    • Seattle, WA
  • Sail Pavillion on the Boardwalk
    • Tampa, FL
  • Red’s Porch
    • Austin, TX
  • Coconuts Bahamas Grill
    • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Lazy Dog Cafe
    • Westminster, CA
  • Denver Beer Co.
    • Denver, CO

Don’t see a restaurant in your particular area check out Bring Fido for more restaurant listings.

Airlines:

Airlines do not have good wrap when it comes to transporting animals.  Lately, you hear how inhumane they treat your little pet friends. However, there are still great airlines that take care of your pet. Also, many small animals can ride with you depending on their size. Each airline is different so call ahead before you book your flight. Here is the top list.

  • JetBlue
  • Aegean Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Air France
  • American Airlines
  • Austrian Airlines

There are other airlines that offer pet transfers, although I chose these few as the top due to customer reviews.

Traveling now can be easy when you travel with your pet friends. It is now just a click away from pet paradise. Want more pet traveling topics. Stay tuned for riding in cars with pets and airline travel.

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17 Comments

  • Mary | Hello Peagreen

    wish it was easier to travel with pets to and from the UK. If you’re using the ferry to mainland Europe then its doable but otherwise our pets have to go in the hold of a plane 😞

    August 30, 2017 at 8:40 am Reply
    • Amanda

      oh, that is not fun. I know many smaller dogs can be boarded with passengers here, while others have to be sent to cargo for shipping. A very scary thing for animals to go through. I have never flew with my dog overseas and that would be an interesting topic.

      August 30, 2017 at 9:21 am Reply
  • enannylink1

    I love these tips you know I take Mia to as many places as possible 🐕 she loves to travel 💛

    August 30, 2017 at 9:35 am Reply
    • Amanda

      I love taking Bailey with us. even if she can’t go everywhere she can stay in the hotel and relax.

      August 30, 2017 at 2:53 pm Reply
  • Eric Gamble

    great info. I dont have pets but someone just asked me how to travel with their dog and I had no idea. I get that it can be a challenge but I am glad that so many businesses make accomadations for our four legged friends

    August 30, 2017 at 9:50 am Reply
    • Amanda

      Yes, I was asked this a week ago so I went out and did a little digging. I only knew of 2 hotels that took pets and that was it as we take our dog from time to time with us. I was surprised myself with so many hotels, restaurants, and beaches. There is plenty more I didn’t want to have a huge list.

      August 30, 2017 at 2:55 pm Reply
  • Kanani B.

    I have to admit, I haven’t yet traveled with my dog. I just never wanted the hassle. This makes me think it may be more doable than I imagined.

    August 30, 2017 at 1:29 pm Reply
    • Amanda

      We travel with Bailey all the time. In the car never on a flight yet. But she sometimes is better behaved than the children. She is good when we travel.

      August 30, 2017 at 2:56 pm Reply
  • Agness of Fit Travelling

    Your provided some great information and this is an awesome list of places worth visiting. Thanks a bunch for the post, Amanda!

    September 24, 2017 at 7:10 am Reply
    • Amanda

      Your Welcome

      September 25, 2017 at 5:21 pm Reply
  • Anonymous

    I wish I could have a pet, it’s not really possible where I live and it’s a nightmare to take a pet home to my country. Also not fair on the poor animal the amount of time they need to be in quarantine 😩

    September 25, 2017 at 1:46 pm Reply
    • Amanda

      Oh, that’s too bad. I do understand. The longest I have ever kenneled my dog was 3 days and I was miserable.

      September 25, 2017 at 5:25 pm Reply
  • MomJonz

    we travel with our lovely Carlos. It’s always great to find accommodations that treat him oh so well. He’s a little spoiled.

    September 26, 2017 at 12:46 am Reply
    • Amanda

      It is. Makes the trip so much easier.

      September 26, 2017 at 3:58 pm Reply
  • blancanvalbuena

    I always wanted to bring my dog with me, but he weighed 45 lbs and I refused to put him in as cargo. Airlines need to get with the program

    September 28, 2017 at 6:24 am Reply
  • Connies Tricklin

    I have a pet dog name Jhon. maximum time I had to go for travel leaving jhon. But I don’t like it to leave him at home with someone else. I want to take him with me in travel but it may not possible in the situation. After reading this blog I think it is possible to travel with Jhon. Thanks for these suggestions.

    October 1, 2017 at 12:02 am Reply
    • Amanda

      Yes, I hate leaving my dog behind. The only time we do so is when we are on a cruise. We are able now to watch a live video of her at all times at the place we board her at. Which gives us a piece of mind that she is ok. Another great part is the care and what she can have there while she stays. Other than that she is with us on our trips.

      October 2, 2017 at 11:17 am Reply

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