Travel Thursday: Top pet friendly cities in the USA

There are many pet friendly hotels worldwide, especially since the number of the clients who want to take their pets on holidays with them increased in the last couple of years. Long time ago we used to leave our dogs with our neighbors or family members, and today that is not the case anymore. More and more people are taking their pets with them on vacations, no matter if we are talking about dogs, cats, or some other animals.

According to some statistics, more than 65 million people in the US own a dog, and more than 30 millions of them take them when they travel somewhere. Saying this, we can easily come to a conclusion that dogs are becoming more and more an equal part of our family, and they are sees as family members rather than just pets.

When taking your dog to a pet friendly hotel, what you can expect on a regular basis is water and food provided for your pooch. There are some more expensive pet friendly hotels that even offer custom made golden plated ID tags. The truth is the more expensive hotel you choose, the better your pet will be treated.

Just for your information, if you like to travel, these are some of the top dog friendly cities in the USA where you will be able to easily find appropriate accommodation for your pet:

- New York City

-Chicago, Illinois

-Austin, Texas

-Boston, Massachusetts

-Long Beach, LA

-San Francisco, California

-Vancouver, Canada

Some of the most luxurious hotels in the mentioned cities will offer for your dog a complete room service including deserts, entrees and appetizers, luxury dog pillows, personalized ID tags, home baked biscuits, special dog matters, etc.


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