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Hurricane Michael Tips for Pet Owners

Palm trees in a hurricane

With Hurricane Michael bearing down on Florida’s Gulf Coast and due to make landfall on Wednesday, the next few days are a critical time, especially for pet owners. While basic planning and evacuation strategies should already be well in place, we want to reiterate some basic tips for dealing with hurricane emergencies as well as […]

The Doggy Bagger: A New Feature on Dog Friendly Restaurants

photo of dog-friendly patio of Weathervane Restaurant in Chapel Hill, NC

One of the biggest challenges when traveling with your canine is mealtime. Either you go with takeout to enjoy back at your pet-friendly hotel room or you find a dog friendly restaurant, which means a restaurant that has outdoor seating AND says it’s okay for your pooch to dine with you. Finding dog friendly restaurants […]

Wyndham Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

Wyndham Vacation Rental

  Petswelcome is pleased to announce that we have added more than 1,100 Wyndham pet friendly vacation rentals to our site. The rentals cover 11 geographic locations, including Whistler, BC, Summit, CO, and the Florida Gulf Coast (to name a few) and include both condos and homes in a wide variety of prices. As we […]

Does Your Dog Sleep Too Much?

Dog Sleeping

If you spend a lot of time with your dog(s), as we do at Petswelcome, one thing becomes very apparent: Dogs spend a ton of time sleeping. It made us wonder if that’s normal behavior or if it might indicate other issues such as boredom or depression, or even symptoms of possible ailments. After doing […]

Are Marriott Hotels Pet Friendly?

pet friendly Courtyard

Marriott hotels, which is made up of more than 30 hotel brands, definitely has a lot of pet friendly hotels. Most of their pet policies within each brand vary from property to property. This means that a pet fee and size limit at a Courtyard in Denver, CO, will not necessarily be the same as […]

How I Became a Cat Lover: A Tribute

Accept cats in your pet policy

Hey, I love cats as much as the next guy. But you have to admit that there’s an otherworldly, mysterious, and mischievous vibe about them that, if you were initially a dog person like I was, takes some adjusting to. I never grew up with cats (my parents were not feline enthusiasts) but when I […]

Climate Change and Pets

Dog sitting out storm

Now that we’re in the middle of hurricane season, it got us to thinking about climate change and pets and the reality that our weather patterns are drastically different now than in the past. Yes, we’ve always had hurricane threats toward end of summer and in the fall, but they seem to be getting worse: […]

Five Great Things to do with Your Pet in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Basilica in Santa Fe

Since it’s been a while since Petswelcome last reviewed it, we thought we’d take a fresh look and see if we could come up with five great things to do with your pet in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Known as the “City Different” in the Land of Enchantment, Santa Fe has a unique vibe that […]