Vacations should be a relaxing and fun experience for the whole family, including those of the four-footed variety. To avoid any potentially frustrating or challenging situations, make sure you have all the information you need about bringing your pets with you on your next Las Vegas vacation.
Before you book your room, brush up on the hotel’s “paw”licy regarding pets. Some hotels have restrictions on the number, and weight limit, of dogs they allow. Some may even require an additional pet fee. They may also require you to crate your pet when left unattended in the room. On a brighter side, some hotels also offer special pet amenities, such as food and water dishes and even a canine room service menu.
Other resorts, like Tahiti Village, may not be fully equipped to accommodate your furry family member, but instead have an established relationship with a pet resort. Your pooch will receive all of the care and attention necessary, in a facility designed to indulge his every doggy whim.
Now is also a good time to brush up on your “pet”iquette. For example, when you and your pet are ready to do a little sightseeing, remember it is not only polite, but is actually a city ordinance, that you keep your furry friend on a leash in public. If you are thinking of taking a stroll down the Strip with your pet, it is important to remember you are legally only allowed to do so between the hours of 5 a.m. and 12 p.m. due to a city ban ordinance. Of course, it is also courteous to take care of any waste your pet may leave behind her.
For more fun, Red Rock Canyon is less than a half an hour from the Strip, and you and your pooch will love exploring the trails together. When you are hungry, check out the Grape Street Café or Madhouse Coffee, where your pet is welcome to join you.
If you are worried about leaving your dogs behind to enjoy some human-only activities, check out the day care services at Just Like Home Doggie Hotel and Grooming.
There are plenty of businesses in Las Vegas that understand how important pets are, so there’s no need to leave them behind on your next vacation. Bring them along and enjoy a vacation with the entire family!