do you think it is true that you sleep better on a white bed?
How many B&B’s, hotels, motels and inns offer you and Fido a white bed to sleep on? I suspect not many due to paws, dirty paws, muddy paws, wet paws, and noses on the bedding. But there are a few that I can think of that do, LaQuinta Inn, Comfort Inn, and others offer white beds and a little slipcover of a different color to hide the dirt? It does seem fresh, cleaner and fluffier to sleep in a white bed with white sheets and comforter. Pure as a puppy dog’s love.
The last time we stayed at LaQuinta though, I rolled off the bed in the morning and onto the floor on my tush. At least I did not hurt myself. I did have to call fire rescue guys to pick me up and they had to get passed the lock on the door.
Now, what do you think about this survey that LEAVES CALIFORNIA out of the pet friendliest places???
More than 57 percent of Americans have a dog or cat and we’re on track to spend more than $60 billion (!) on our furry family members in 2015.
how could they possibly leave California off a list with doggie heavenly places such as Carmel, Mendocino, and LA? There are more dog lovers in CA than probably ALL of the states mentioned. Cici the polka dot princess and I have spoken/woofed about CA pet friendliness for 8+ years.
where else but California can dogs: eat in hotel lobbies with their owners, go surfing, ride on trains for free, kayak, tiptoe amongst the tulips and eat ice cream for free, and have Yappy hours, canine menus at restaurants, and amenities such as pooch massage, spas and bed and biscuits (Santa Cruz)? not to mention all of the pet friendly wineries, shops, banks, shopping malls, do it yourself stores (Home Depot, Orchard, Lowe’s, Ace and others), and more.