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Traveling Etiquette for Dog Owners

Added: Mar 05, 2019
Category: Pet Friendly Info


While traveling is a pleasant experience for both owner and dog, it is an extra responsibility for owners when they choose to bring along their beloved friend. We offer a few suggestions one should consider adopting when dogs are involved.

1. Make sure the establishment you will be staying at knows you are traveling with your dog(s).

2. Ask if you dog is allowed inside the check-in office prior to arriving at the desk.

3. Never leave your dog unattended within the home.

4. Always bring your carrier in the event that you must leave your dog in a strange room or home. This will help the dog feel a sense of comfort and security confined in his/her own surroundings.

5. In mountain communities, never leave your dog unattended while outside, day or night.

6. Make sure your dog is well behaved and friendly towards others. If this posses a problem you should consider taking your dog to obedience classes and/or find other ways to socialize the dog so that both dog and owner can feel relaxed in society.

7. Keep your dog on a leash. Unfortunately not all people are comfortable around dogs and may be afraid. Also, other dog lovers with their dogs on leashes will appreciate the respect.

8. Don't allow your dog to bark incessantly at any hour of the day or night.

9. Make sure your dog has relieved himself/herself before going to a restaurant or other confined public area.

10. Make sure that your dog uses outdoor areas appropriate to relieve him/herself.

11. ALWAYS clean up after your dog.

12. Most restaurants in Big Bear will only allow up to two dogs per table. If you have more dogs, you should consider asking the management what their policy is and if they will accommodate your needs.

13. Keep a keen eye on your dog and make sure they do not go to the bathroom in any inappropriate public area. Should an unexpected accident occur, owners should take responsibility and immediately clean the mess up.

14. When the dog is inside the home, keep him/her off the furniture. If you must allow the dog on the furniture make sure to use a sheet or other protective covering to protect against sharp nails and dog hair on items.

15. Bring along towels specifically for your dog, rather than using the towels provided for guests.

16. Clean up the feces left in the yard from your dog before final departure.

We hope this information is helpful and is accepted in the spirit in which it is shared.

Your getaway should be one to remember!

Happy Woofers......


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