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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Quote Originally Posted by claribella View Post
    You know what I just had to say YEAH for hotels that are pet friendly. Do we know if any of the three Disneyland Resort Hotels pet friendly?
    No, none of the resort hotels accept pets. If you ride ART, you must have the dog crated. If you are going from the parking structure to the park, it seems to depend on who you get at the tram. I have heard some say they took their dog without a crate from the parking structure, on the tram to the park. I have heard others, and personally seen CM refuse uncrated animals. Disney resorts written policy, according to guest services, is no animals in DTD, however, I have heard of and seen dogs on leads in DTD. If you go with the attitude "Accept the worst, hope for the best", it should be ok.

    Here is a list I made a few months ago of who accepts pets:
    Anaheim Marriot, Anaheim Hilton, Residence Inn Maingate, Residence Inn Garden Grove, Towneplace Suites Anaheim, Embassy Suites, Anabella Hotel, Sheraton Hotel, Sheraton Park Hotel, Clarion Inn, Quality Inn Maingate, La Quinta Inn and Suites, Anaheim Travelodge, Anaheim Plaza Hotel, Marriot Suites, Red Roof Inn Maingate, Econolodge, and Extended Stay America all accept pets.
    If you see a cute yellow lab puppy with a yellow cape, WAVE! It might be us! (Or it may be someone else that lurks here!) Thank you for asking before you pet! Next trip, Dec 22-Jan 3rd.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    I reccomend bringing toys and some 'homey' things to put in the kennel, they are small and kind of depressing looking, these are kennels not runs, obviously don't leave anything that they can tear apart or injure themselves on.

    I've left my pups a couple of times, when bringing them into the park would be too much trouble (too hot or too busy) and it's kind of scary, I'm very overprotective.

    With my 3rd puppy who was very young, I cleaned the kennel out briefly with lysol wipes and put in his toys, instructing the kennel people to not touch him. The toilet isn't great but it's suitable and cleaned frequently. Just from a disease standpoint don't let your dog check out other dogs *ahem* leftovers. ;-) And as always be cautious of other dogs.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Two trips ago, I saw a family walk their smallish (15 lb) dog on a leash from Mickey and Friends onto the tram, and to the front gates, not in a crate. they had no problems as far as I could tell. I asked them about the kennel b/c I have a wonderful little doggie and was curious. they were quite happy with the accomodations and they said that at the end of the day the dog gets a certificate that states that he/she stayed at the dl kennel.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Thanks for all of this info! I've wondered about the kennel there. Very helpful.

    To those travelling from a far distance with their dogs, I would be aware of canine illnesses common to Southern California.

    For instance, several months ago the dog flu made its way here. I hope the kennel has the presence of mind to reject a dog that is showing symptoms, as it is very easily passed on to other dogs.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    I visited and it is pretty reasonable. You do have to come take your pet out during the day though! There is a cute red fire hydrant in the play area and when you're on the railroad you can occasionally hear dogs barking.
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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Quote Originally Posted by TigerLily98 View Post
    Thanks for all of this info! I've wondered about the kennel there. Very helpful.

    To those travelling from a far distance with their dogs, I would be aware of canine illnesses common to Southern California.

    For instance, several months ago the dog flu made its way here. I hope the kennel has the presence of mind to reject a dog that is showing symptoms, as it is very easily passed on to other dogs.
    Actually, the people in charge have no training with animals, so would not know what to look for. Prior to Aug, they did not even require proof of rabies and distemper. Now, they are requiring those, but not parvo or bordatello, both of which are very easily passed.

    I would be very aware, especially of bring a young dog, that anything is possible to contract in the kennels.
    If you see a cute yellow lab puppy with a yellow cape, WAVE! It might be us! (Or it may be someone else that lurks here!) Thank you for asking before you pet! Next trip, Dec 22-Jan 3rd.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Just out of curiosity, can you leave a cat at any Disney kennel?

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    are the above listed hotels clean? The only hotel I stayed in which allowed dogs had heavy pet stains all over the carpet and the one room reeked of wet dirty dog smell. We switched rooms, but I've been hesitant to stay in a pet friendly hotel ever since.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Quote Originally Posted by SCUBAbe View Post
    are the above listed hotels clean? The only hotel I stayed in which allowed dogs had heavy pet stains all over the carpet and the one room reeked of wet dirty dog smell. We switched rooms, but I've been hesitant to stay in a pet friendly hotel ever since.
    I've stayed in the Hilton, Marriot, Sheraton, Residence Inn Maingate, Anabella, and Anaheim Plaza. The Plaza was the only one I'd have issues with, and that is because it is simply aging, and nothing to do with animals.

    I hope whoever stayed in the room before you got charges a nice cleaning fee for all their messes.
    If you see a cute yellow lab puppy with a yellow cape, WAVE! It might be us! (Or it may be someone else that lurks here!) Thank you for asking before you pet! Next trip, Dec 22-Jan 3rd.

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Quote Originally Posted by SCUBAbe View Post
    are the above listed hotels clean? The only hotel I stayed in which allowed dogs had heavy pet stains all over the carpet and the one room reeked of wet dirty dog smell. We switched rooms, but I've been hesitant to stay in a pet friendly hotel ever since.

    There's always the Four Seasons, they allow pets. I'm sure they're clean

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    Re: Disneyland Kennel Club

    Someone asked me about leaving a puppy in the DL Kennel. Under 4 mos, they do not ask for vaccine records. You can't give rabies before 4 mos. BUT, a reminder on how vaccines work. A pup is born with the mom's immune system. Sometime during the weeks 5 to 14 of life, that immune system stops working. This is why we start shots early, and do them in a series. If the pup has any immunity from the mom left, it destroys the vaccine. If not, it begins building immunity. So, we redo the vaccine a few weeks later. If the pup has immunity now, it destroys the vaccine, if not, it starts building... and so on til the series is completed. Its why rabies isn't given until 4 mos. To make sure the rabies vaccine will kick in. Some ask why not just do it at week 15 so it kicks in, but distemper, bordatelo, and parvo kill puppies quickly, so you want to get that overlap asap. So, don't think because the dog has its shots, it is now immune. Until the series is complete, and until 2-3 weeks after the final shot of the series, assume your dog is still able to contract Parvo and Distemper.

    So, if you bring a pup (under 4 mos) to the kennel, be very cautious. When we had to do it, we used anto bacterial wipes to clean the kennel before putting pup in it, didn't allow anyone to touch the pup, and didn't allow the pup to use the group toileting area (where most diseases are passed.) The pup actually spent most of his time as you see in my avatar.
    If you see a cute yellow lab puppy with a yellow cape, WAVE! It might be us! (Or it may be someone else that lurks here!) Thank you for asking before you pet! Next trip, Dec 22-Jan 3rd.

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