Cape May Pet Friendly, not all pet friendly accommodations are created equal. There is a lot to think about when selecting a pet friendly accommodation. Firstly, most pet friendly hotels have strict guidelines about the size of a pet they are willing to accept. Most cases pet friendly accommodation’s accept smaller dogs, 25 pounds or so. Hotels, bed & breakfast and some rental properties simply are looking for the extra money that pet friendly accommodations can bring in, not to mention the demand for it.. However, there is a lot to finding and booking a good property to ensure a wonderful time with your pet. My first tip is not to book on line. You don’t have access to all the room information. You want to speak with a reservationist who represents the hotel, bed & breakfast, property rental, campground. I will tell you why. You can get a good feel for how the property is run. I mean to say if you don’t get a friendly knowledgeable agent on the line when you call, politely hang up and go to the next until you get a good feeling about the property.A lot of times vacationers call several times to keep getting information. You know they are shopping. QUESS WHAT 9 OUT OF 10 they called back and book. Simply because I took the time to help them make a educated decision for their vacation. There should be no surprises upon check in. This is the very first test with the property that is why talking with a live person is key.. If they are mean, with no customer service abilities you can certainly exspect more of the same when you are on vacation there.The apple does not fall far from the tree. Management or the owner should never allow for bad customer service. Especially, when the reservation is the up most important job. They are not order takers they should be well trained vacation planners..Get your questions ready and ask away if they get flustered and aggravated this accomodation is not for you and your pet(s). There is so much competition. A reservationist should roll over backwards to get your booking..When I reserved a room. I felt fabulous..I thought another vacationer that didn’t go to my competition. When I finally meet the vacationers and their pets that was simply icing on the cake.. Seeing them enjoy their vacation with their pet family is the best feeling ever. In a later blog post I will help you with what questions to ask your pet friendly accommodation reservationist when looking into booking a vacation..Cape May Pet Friendly trip advisor wants you to become a experienced pet friendly traveler. No all pet friendly accommodations are the same. I find that the type of property structure is important. You want to be able to walk out our your room right onto the outside.. Walking dogs through long hallways is always a problem.. Not all all guests feel the same about pet travelers not to mention colliding with other doggies that might not be too friendly.. It happens, the best of dogs get spooked when in a completely new environment. Additional, a pet friendly that only wants tiny dogs is simply using pet friendly to attract higher fees and get the boost in saying they are pet friendly.. According to statistic about 93 % of families plan to take their pets with them on vacation this year and why not. All pet friendly accommodation will require pet fees and deposits..Fees are part of the room rate and not refundable. Deposits are subject to refunds upon inspection of the room after vacating. Make sure you review the pet policy BEFORE you book or check in. All pet friendly accommodations should have and provide you with one. If you have any questions at all please fill out the contact page. If you want to have fun go to our pinterest page and look at thousands of doggie photos. The link is below or see the pinterest button at the end of the page . We have a lot of fun with it. Again this is the first of many Cape May Pet Friendly Trip Advisor posts I will be making..I want to see everyone here in Cape May County, NJ having a wonderful time with their pets and sharing your photos and experiences with other pet friendly travelers.. Peace be with you and your pets. Until the next blog post, I wish you all the best.