Sarah, my name is Patrick Wylie and this morning I was going through my Google alerts and it had your blog as one of the entries. I looked it over and noticed you don't have an example of a "Dog friendly" place for people to stay in Tennessee. Well, I live in Charlotte NC but I own a business that rents out small to very large cabins on Watauga Lake in the Appalachian Mountains. So with me you're getting a lake and a mountain getaway. Just take a look at http://www.LakeCabin4Rent.com. All of the 16 cabins around the lake are pet friendly. If you have any questions at all please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.I hope I've provided some useful information.
Hi Sarah,Just thought you should know that there are many B&Bs that are dog friendly. At BnBFinder.com, you can narrow your search to find pet-friendly accomodations such as Casa Laguna Inn & Spa in Laguna Beach, CA where pets receive a welcome gift. Pets can also receive a pet massage and play in a local dog park. There are some B&Bs where you can even rent a pet, such as the Inn at Riverbend in Pearisburg, VA. Check out BnBFinder.com for more options!
WilSon: Your rental properties look quite nice. I'd love to add them to my blog, but I've been experiencing some technical difficulties so I haven't been able to add anymore properties. I'll definitely feature them in an upcoming post soon! Thanks!BnBFinder: Thank you for the information, I have browsed your site various times. I am very aware that there are a lot of dog friendly accommodations, but I am a little more selective than some sites. I am interested in properties that are a little more upscale and special. This blog is a work in progress so this is just the beginning of my list. Thanks again!
Hi Sarah,Love the blog. You seem to have an interest in the Portland-Old Port area. I work very closely with a pet-friendly hotel there and we would love to work with you. Please reach out. My email is email@example.comMy hotel is Hyatt Place Portland-Old PortCheers,Chris
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