Pet owners are in dilemma to make arrangements for their bundles of joy while they are having the time of their lives. Your sister is charming about having your dog over, and the dog likes her too, but you know your family will miss it when you are away, and it will start pining after you after a few days or hours.
The hotels mentioned have a variable policy of accommodating pets. Most charge a surplus fee to house pets, or limit the number of animals or the weight of the animals in question. Call the hotel of your choice before making plans in order to know peculiar details.
The Azalea Park Dog Park, French Broad River Dog Park, and the North Carolina Arboretum provide trails and recreation for your dog, while hotels such as the Days Inn, Four Points by Sheraton, and Hilton, and more, allow pet stay. The prime tourist attraction in this city, the Biltmore Estate, also allows dogs on their grounds, though not in the buildings.
Orlando has restaurants, like Loews Portofino Bay Hotel and Royal Pacific Resort, that welcome pets with their owners. Loews, is famous for its pet-oriented services, including 'Loews Loves Pets', which gives guest-like service to pets, and 'Puppy Pager', which notifies if your dog gets into trouble.
Orlando's most famous tourist destination, Disney World, has five kennels, which can accommodate your buddy while you enjoy the rides; dogs are not allowed on the rides themselves. Also, a law passed in 2006 allows pets to sit with their owners in outdoor eating areas.
Apart from the beaches, dogs are also allowed on Cowles Mountain and the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve, and a large part of Fiesta Island is a designated leash-free dog park.