Dog attack in hotel lobby..

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Postby phasyluck » Oct 28th, 2017, 9:48 am

Whyme2 wrote:This whole thing about bringing your dog to a Hotel is getting ridiculous. What's next?.. When I fly will I be sitting next to a German Shepherd in seat 4B. :cuss:


If you were lucky enough you'd get to, just be prepared to be covered in hair. :138:
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Re: Dog attack in hotel lobby..

Postby phasyluck » Oct 28th, 2017, 9:55 am

dle wrote:I think all dogs, regardless of size or breed, even though yours/mine have always been cuddly and lovable and wouldn't hurt a flea, can be unpredictable and therefore cause injury that can be avoided. For that reason I don't think they should be allowed in restaurants or pubs or in public unless they are muzzled, no exceptions. I am fine with them wherever they want to be if they are muzzled. If a hotel chooses to be pet-friendly, fine by me, but that should only extend as far as checking in and out, and directly from the room to the outside, with the dog on a short leash and muzzled. If you don't want to muzzle your dog in public then stay home with it.


A muzzle is a ridiculous suggestion, I used a pinch collar with a six foot leash and it works just fine. If you aren't invited into the dogs range then you'll theoretically have no issues with 99% of dogs, its a very simple concept. As far as the beginning of your statement I agree 100% that animals can be unpredictable and an educated, responsible dog owner should be well aware of this. My GSD is only 70lbs but there is no way in hell Id want to be chewed by her, nor anybody else for that matter (there might be an exception or two :biggrin: )
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Re: Dog attack in hotel lobby..

Postby KelownaCrackinCrew » Oct 28th, 2017, 11:44 am

Most hotels and motels are pet friendly, but that doesn't mean you can just get any type of room. Usually pet friendly rooms come with hardwood/laminate floors.
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Re: Dog attack in hotel lobby..

Postby the truth » Oct 28th, 2017, 1:37 pm

who cares about the people who are allergic too dogs or in many cases afraid of does ,guess they can not go to these hotels
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Postby Dizzy1 » Oct 28th, 2017, 2:16 pm

the truth wrote:who cares about the people who are allergic too dogs or in many cases afraid of does ,guess they can not go to these hotels

Oh no! Guess they'll have to take ownership of their ailments instead of having the world cater to them.
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