We are HUGE pet lovers, especially dogs! While not all homes are not well-suited to accommodate pets, many of our homes are in fact dog friendly! Read more about our official pet policies and house rules if you are interested in bringing your pet with you on your upcoming stay with us.
Be sure to review our pet house rules if you decide to bring your dog with you on your vacay with us. Following these rules will not only help ensure that you experience the best trip possible, but it will minimize your chances of receiving unwanted charges against your security deposit upon check out!
While we love dogs, we are unable to accommodate ANY dogs that are disallowed by our home insurance policies, especially since our homes are located in vacation destinations with lots of people and children roaming around. Most insurance companies have strict dog policies that exclude large dogs and certain breeds and types of dogs from liability coverage, including aggressive breeds, trained attack dogs, unneutered male dogs, and dogs with a history of biting.
These are the dog considered to be aggressive dog breeds by many insurance carriers:
As a result, our pet policy and house rules do not accommodate for any dogs and hybrids of breeds that are included on this list.
Yes, it’s so hard to leave our fur babies home. We feel the same way. However, please note that pets and emotional support animals (ESA) are not protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or the state laws of Tennessee, Florida, and Alabama. Per the federal and state laws, owners of public accommodations are not required to accommodate emotional support animals, but are only required to accommodate official service animals and dog guides that are needed to support individuals’ medical care.
The good news is that if your dog is a “non-aggressive dog breed”, our pet policy and house rules will accommodate him/her on your trip as a “pet” in our dog-friendly cabins and beach homes. If you bring your pet dog, you will be charged a non-refundable pet fee per dog based on its size (weight), plus sales taxes.
Many guests ask why we need to charge a pet fee and/or why are they so “high”. As you know, dogs can cause additional wear and tear to our property, such as:
In general, the larger the dog is, the more potential damage it can cause, too. As a result, we have set pet fees to cover the additional maintenance and cleaning costs associated with you bringing your dog.
Now that you know our pet policies and house rules, are you ready to find the perfect dog-friendly cabin or beach home for your trip? Here are the homes that are set up to accommodate you and your pet(s) for your upcoming trip.
If you have already booked and are still interested in adding a dog(s) to your reservation, please contact us at email@example.com. Let us know how many dogs you want to bring with you, what breed they are, and how heavy they weigh. Got questions? Not a problem, just ask away!