Luxury pet resort coming to Disney World.

Walt Disney World: Luxury Pet Resort coming to Disney World in August.

From David L.
Posted June 24, 2010 at 6:14 PM
Luxury Pet Resort in Disney World:

-50,000 square feet
-Cat Condos
-Dog park
-"Kitty City"
-"Canines Only" water park
-near Port Orealns resort
-so much more

Thoughts? Comments?

From Anthony Murphy
Posted June 24, 2010 at 8:50 PM
Suprised it took them that long :)

From James Koehl
Posted June 25, 2010 at 3:53 AM
I just had this sick vision of Mickey Mouse coming to read the cats a bedtime story, and- well, cats being cats- it could be a disaster of epic proportions for the Disney Company ;+(

From David L.
Posted June 25, 2010 at 4:54 AM
Lol James

From Mark Migliaccio
Posted June 30, 2010 at 6:59 AM
What do you all do with your dogs when you go on vacation? I usually leave them with a family member. Sometimes if we're all going I'll board them at a local boarding/vet service. I've always wanted to bring them with me but I spend more time in the parks than I would with them. Especially at night. This seems like a pretty neat idea of giving them a vacation too. (Although they're just dogs and don't really care where they are, we'd still feel better knowing we didn't leave them at home while we had all the fun)

The prices, however, seem a little steep. $37/day for indoor boarding and 2 "potty walks". $40/day for indoor/outdoor boarding and 1 walk. It looks like that is just the basic put them in a kennel and feed them and give them water. They also have "extras" or "a-la-carte" offerings for your dog:
Playgroup $15 for 30 min
Playtime $8 for 10 min
Cuddletime $8 for 10 min
Walk & Explore $8 for 10 min
Bottled Water $5 per day
Bedtime Story $6 per story
Ice Cream Break $4 each
Holiday Meal $5 each
Premium Bed $5 per day

From Ruth Honor
Posted July 2, 2010 at 2:34 PM
We take our dog with us. All three Lowe's Hotels at Universal Florida are pet friendly. They allow two pets per room and only charge an additional $25 per stay. They also give you a bowl and bone upon check-in and have a room service menu for your canine or feline as well.

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