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    DefaultAnyone have good sites for dog friendly routes when traveling with a dog?

    Looking for pet friendly hotels for overnights near highways, maybe dog parks to take a driving break at enroute.

    Route southbound will either be, Mpls-St. Louis-New Orleans-east to FL and then either down the west coast of FL or the turnpike through the middle. OR we will head for Nashvile, across TN for Atlanta and 95 south.

    Dog features will probably determine the route, even if straight south for warm temps would be the preference.
    Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.

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    Try petswelcome.com

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    Or dogswelcome.com. I have used this site many times and it's great!

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    Motel 6 takes dogs, does not charge extra to do so.


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    Ed, I just got an ad from AAA, they sell a book called Traveling With Your Pet. It is 14.49 for members. If you're not leaving too soon I have a 25% coupon also and you're welcome to it. I can send it to you. Let me know.

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    Ed, Red Roof Inns are very dog friendly and donot charge extra. The rooms are roomy, not bad priced, although not a 5 star hotel. They are clean and staff is very friendly. I patronize them all the time when traveling for shows and travel in general. They always have enough room to set up a crate or two and an x-pen if the need be. If you have a Garmin when youa re on the road you can just enter Red Roof Inns and plan from there. That is what I always do!!!

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    Thumbs upNot on your route ........

    ................. but regardless, thought I'd drop a mention of some dog friendly cottages we have tried and liked up here in the north country. Highly recommended.

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    Ed - look up Drury Inn/Drury Suites if you can. Many locations down south. We've stayed at several - for several days at a time. The 1st time was when Paul was working out of town for 2 weeks, so the kids (fur) and I met him for the weekend. It ended up being cheaper for a king suite (CLEAN NICE) than it was at the days inn Paul was scheduled into for the week (std room). They request you leave your cell # at the desk if you happen to leave the dog alone and go out...also, no real need to go out as they have a big good breakfast and 2 cocktails/munchies per person every evening.

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