Ask for a 1st floor room. Save yourself the extra elevator trips carrying in your pup’s stuff up. Plus, it’s easier to take them out for a walk. Some dogs stress in elevators, so if your dog isn’t used to taking elevators and has to use the bathroom, accidents are more likely to happen before they make it outside.
Keep dog’s ID tags on. In case your dog bolts or the cleaning service unintentionally lets your pup escape, you’ll have more peace of mind knowing they have their identification tags on.
Inspect the room. Make sure there isn’t anything bad for your dog lurking in the room, like miniature cars under the nightstand that they might want to gobble up or pills on the bathroom floor from the previous occupant.
Use the do not disturb sign. The cleaning service may not be allowed to work in your room while your dog is in there. Also, if you’re out on the town and housekeeping stops by to give your room a turn down service they might get an unexpected surprise. Remember, not everyone likes dogs.
“Remember, not everyone likes dogs.”
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