if you plan to visit New Orleans, perhaps to visit Villalobos new pit bull rescue, help Sula Foundation (pit bull rescue) for Mardi Gras or Valentine’s Day, here are some places to stay, visit and explore and maybe even adopt some pibbles… You could even bring your dog to a parade for Dogs…
Grand Opening of New Orleans location for Villalobos is March 2012
Our new rescue/adoption facility is being set up in the exciting city of New Orleans, LA. At this time we are only open to the public on a very limited basis and by appointment only (for adoptions and to drop of donated items) Located in the 9th Ward, we hope to bring the much needed assistance to the overwhelming Pit Bull population as well as canine education and care to the residents of the area. As for volunteering, we could use assistance in transporting dogs (talk about an exciting road trip) and donations of crates and fold down cages.
Creole Gardens B&B 1.866.569.8700
just minutes to the French Quarter, walking distance to the Convention Center, 3 blocks from the WWII Museum and art galleries, one block from the St Charles Ave streetcars (and the Mardi Gras parades too!) and standing at the gateway to the mansions of the Garden District and such uptown attractions as Tulane & Loyola Universities, the Zoo and Audubon Park. Pet friendly dining is available on St. Charles and also Magazine.
All of the 24, pet & kid friendly, bed & breakfast guest rooms are individually decorated.
No weight restriction
No arbitrary limits
No massive charges – just $15 per stay for one pet, $25 per stay for two
There’s a wonderful pet friendly park right around the corner. Well behaved dogs are allowed off the leash and there are “pooper scooper” bags for your use. Walk your canine pal over to Coliseum Square Park, just one block away and enjoy the fresh air, a large fountain, live oak trees and lots of fun folks and pooches. It’s 3 blocks long and 1 block wide and surrounded by a wonderful assortment of 1880’s era rambling mansions. Meet the locals (writers, politicians, movie stars, artists) and give your pooch some good exercise.
The world famous New Orleans levee is just a 10 minute drive uptown (south, near Tulane University) from us. And by “world famous” we mean famous amongst dogs in the know, because every savvy New Orleans pooch knows that the levee, at the end of Magazine Street, is simply the best place to run, sniff, play, romp and even swim in the Mississippi River! Park your Chevy by the Levee and enjoy acres and acres of grass along the Mississippi River and even a little pebble beach.
conveniently located in a beautiful setting in the Lower Garden District, heart of New Orleans.
We allow pets (dogs and cats only) with advanced reservations. We limit the number of pets at the Inn at any one time. There is a $25 fee for each pet staying in the room.
Reservations for guests traveling with pets must be made directly with the Inn over the phone.
The care, feeding, walking and behavior of your pet is your responsibility. A maximum of 2 pets per room at any one time. Pets are not allowed to run free and must be on a leash at all times outside the guest room. Pets must be walked off premises. A tranquil dog walking park, Coliseum Square, is one block away.
one room only is pet friendly in this B&B in the heart of the French Quarter, easy walking distance to all clubs, restaurants, etc.
This New Orleans bed and breakfast home was a bordello catering to society’s elite. Is it haunted?
Pet friendly. Please call for details. Phone: 504-948-9420
Elysian Fields Inn is located in the Historic Faubourg Marigny section of New Orleans, three blocks from the French Quarter.
Links to bars, music and restaurants
Barkus parade for DOGS
Parade, Sunday, February 12, 2012
You may want to visit New Orleans for Valentine’s Day with Fido and join the Parade !
Membership in the parade krewe is open to all dogs – regardless of their past. Pre-registration (membership dues & parade pass) is $30 until Jan.28, $40 until Feb. 10 (PLEASE NOTE: Online registration ends at midnight CST, Friday February 10!). Day-of-parade registration (Feb. 12) at Armstrong Park is $50. Registration includes one dog and one human escort.