I was wondering if you can stay some where else other than a disney resort or hotel. Im planning on renting a vacation home so we can bring out two bulldogs with us. My husband thinks you can only go into the park once .
- Asked by Tosha from GA on 5/29/2008
Hi there Tosha! Where you stay for the most part has nothing to do with park entry. When you purchase your theme park tickets, you can enter the theme parks based on the type of tickets you purchase. One of the most popular ticket options is to buy... read more
Are pets (2 small dogs 9-12 lbs) welcome in Fort Wilderness?
- Asked by Stephen from SC on 2/15/2008
Hi there Stephen,The answer is Yes and No! I will explain.....Unless they are service animals they are not allowed at any of the Theme Parks, Water Parks, Transportation Buses, Downtown Disney or any of the Walt Disney World... read more
I understand that Best Friends Petcare has taken over WDW pet kennels, my question is their website states fees as overnight for resort guests, will there be a day charge also? It also states they walk your pets now, is this correct? Jane
- Asked by Thelma from NC on 1/22/2008
The kennel management change will be taking place sometime in February. I had a conversation this weekend with a cast member at the Animal Kingdom pet kennel. She told me that they were still working out the details of the plan and pricing, but she... read more
Regarding bringing pets to Disney - I thought I read somewhere a new resort was coming - Pluto's Place where pets would be welcome. Can you confirm?
- Asked by Charlotte from BC on 1/15/2008
I just spoke to the Kennel at the Animal Kingdom. According to them, there are no plans to allow pets, other than approved service animals, to stay in any Disney hotel. What you may be thinking of is that in February 2008 management of the five WDW... read more
Do you know of any hotels that would allow pets (dogs) either in Walt Disney World or near it? I really want to keep my dogs with me, at night especially. One of my dogs is very elderly and I don't think she could handle being without us at her age.
- Asked by maureen from MA on 1/12/2008
Check out the bottom of this link the "tips and fun facts" section. I don't know if you are interested, but this is the only place inside of all Walt Disney World where you can actually have your pets onsite with you. There are a very... read more