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    Lucy is three years old. She is very quiet and well mannered. I am hoping to travel with her to Florida in the winter and wondering if anyone has info about places to stay that are Dane friendly in south Florida.

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    Are you looking for hotels (that's my assumption?) - have you tried http://www.dogfriendly.com/ ? We had great success in the past with that site - at least as a starting point.

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    • #3
      If you check out AirBnB as well, there are several dog/dane friendly places to stay! :-)

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        Is she crate trained? Even though my dogs are normally fine left out, I crate them when we have to leave them alone in a strange place (like going out for supper).

        Some Hiltons allow big dogs, at least the one near my house does.

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          When we travel with our boys I stick pretty much exclusively to LQ. It's the only hotel chain I've consistently not had issues about their size or had to pay a crazy pet fee.
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          • #6
            We just stayed with our 3 dogs at a residence inn. We had to get a "suite" bc it was more than 2 dogs but the "dog fee" did not change. It was not bad at all, kinda nice with the extra sitting areas too gave them more space to move about. FYI I found the hotel on the bring fido app
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            • #7
              Originally posted by mom4jazzie View Post
              We just stayed with our 3 dogs at a residence inn. We had to get a "suite" bc it was more than 2 dogs but the "dog fee" did not change. It was not bad at all, kinda nice with the extra sitting areas too gave them more space to move about. FYI I found the hotel on the bring fido app
              Yup - we always look for Marriott Residence Inns too - I love having a kitchen when we travel!
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              • #8
                Red Roof Inn is also pet friendly, with no size limit and no extra pet fee.
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                • #9
                  We have traveled often with our Lg Chocolate Lab and now with our Dane. So we have 2 very big dogs. We have recently traveled to the panhandle of Florida and stayed in the Baymont Inn Chain with no exorbitant fees for the kids to stay. We have also stayed at Days Inn and LaQuinta Inn with our group. Some Ramada Inns will also allow pets. I have also found places on bringfido.com when we traveled to Upstate Arkansas (Buffalo River area). Good Luck.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Loki Love View Post
                    Are you looking for hotels (that's my assumption?) - have you tried https://www.russiadiscovery.com/regi...le-and-arctic/? We had great success in the past with that site - at least as a starting point.
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                    Last edited by ReneeDavis; 10-09-2019, 09:04 AM.

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