Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch now welcomes dogs.

Don’t be surprised if you encounter a dog on a leash while you enjoy the great outdoors at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch.

Inspired by a similar policy already in place at Walt Disney World Resort from today, the hotel is offering a new option for families that want to bring their dog with them, in 15 bungalow

This offer comes with some restrictions, and costs €30 per night:

Category 1 and 2 dogs will not be allowed.

Category 1: Attack Dogs – Dogs whose appearance is of American Staffordshire Terrier (pit-bulls), Mastiff (boerbulls) and Tosa types (i.e. without pedigree). It is prohibited to bring these dogs into France

Category 2: Defense and Guard Dogs – Dogs of American Staffordshire Terrier, Rottweiler, and Tosa breeds (i.e. with pedigree), and dogs of a Rottweiler type (without pedigree)

All dogs must be identified with an electronic chip or tattoo.

One animal is allowed per bungalow (dog-friendly bungalows are Pioneer and Premium Plus). The animal’s vaccinations must be up to date.

Guests will receive a welcome kit including items such as a collar and bowls.

Disney Parks and Disney Village will remain canine-free zones (except service animals).

Guests should make arrangements for the on-site kennel if necessary before and after check-in and -out, and for their dog’s food – though dry food will be available at the boutique of Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch.

This new test program is an exciting addition to the list of add-ons available for Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, the second dog-friendly hotel at Disneyland Paris after Villages Nature.

Further information about the new dog- friendly accommodation at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch can be found on the resorts website.

Author: Salon Mickey Blog

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