At the Pomeroy Inn & Suites hotels, many of us are pet owners
just like you, so we understand the importance of bringing your pet on your trip. All pets are welcome at our pet
friendly Alberta and BC hotels, so you'll never have to worry about leaving your four-legged companion behind due to
the size restrictions that many hotels impose.
To cover the additional maintenance costs of keeping a pet in-room, an additional per night fee for each pet will be charged to your invoice by the hotel.
If you are traveling with a large number of
animals or a very large dog, please call ahead as rates may vary.
When you bring your pet to stay with us they will experience the same level of welcome and service that all our guests receive at the Pomeroy Inn & Suites' hotels. Our pet friendly hotels all provide Unique Pet Offerings.
Once you've decided to bring your pet along on your next vacation, it's important to make sure they're well taken care of. Keeping Rover happy on the way will make your stay all the easier.
Plan Ahead : Plot rest stops along the way while traveling with dogs. Make sure you stop every 3-5 hours to allow your dog to relieve itself, have a drink, and stretch its legs. Make a list of veterinary hospitals along the way. If possible, ensure that you will never be more than an hour's drive away from medical care for your pet.
Pack Appropriately : Good things to bring along in the car include your list of rest stops and veterinary hospitals, a leash, a comfortable crate or kennel to keep your pet secure, water and bowls, treats, a few toys, a blanket or dog bed, bags to pick up waste, necessary medications, your pet's medical records.
Bring Familiar Items : Your pet's usual toys, snacks, and food will help to maintain some semblance of routine. Your pet is already under a lot of stress from travel related change so minimise it as much as possible.
Consider a Kennel : Although some people think of kennels as restrictive and cruel, as long as your pet has enough space to stand up and turn around in, a kennel can be a safe, comfortable space for your pet to claim as their own. This can make them more relaxed during travel, and cut down on barking.
Bring ID : Make up temporary ID tags with a number that you can be reached at while you are out of town. If you don't have a number where you can be reached, ask a friend or neighbour if they will be your emergency contact and use their number.
Do Your Homework : Before you leave home, research pet-friendly attractions and dog-walking routes near your hotel.
Don't Leave Your Pet Unattended : Never leave your pet unattended in the hotel room. Even if your pet is mild-tempered and well-behaved, hotels insist on this for the safety of their maintenance staff, as well as for your pets.
Keep a Routine : Pets thrive on routine, and the unpredictable nature of traveling can be very stressful. Whenever possible, try to maintain your pet's normal sleeping, feeding, and walking schedules to avoid upsetting them unduly.