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  • Disneyland Kennel

    I've always wondered why people take their dogs and just leave them at the Disneyland Kennel thing.. has anyone here done it?

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    Some people are on long road trips with their pets.
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      I think there must have been some problems with leaving pets in vehicles at one time because I remember seeing an illustration in the old guidebooks that showed Pluto being left in a hot car.

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        Originally posted by PragmaticIdealist View Post
        I think there must have been some problems with leaving pets in vehicles at one time because I remember seeing an illustration in the old guidebooks that showed Pluto being left in a hot car.
        Aww poor Pluto!

        I just leave my dogs at home even when I did live an hour away from the park a couple years ago.

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          Originally posted by EagleWings View Post
          Aww poor Pluto!

          I just leave my dogs at home even when I did live an hour away from the park a couple years ago.
          Well, theres people who travel from all over who bring their pets with them. The kennel is a good place to take your dog/cat when you're in the park.
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            I did it once when I first got my puppy last year. I just wanted her close when I went for a couple of hours. She didn't like it at all so I leave her home alone now and she prefers that.
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              I know that when my family has gone we are out of the house by 8am and not home until close to midnight. Our dog is a small inside dog so that is a LOOOONNNNGGG time for no potty break.

              The kennel is great!

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                Originally posted by EagleWings View Post
                I just leave my dogs at home even when I did live an hour away from the park a couple years ago.
                An hour away is still pretty darn close, I used to commute to work an hour everyday each way to go to work. People on long road trip can be coming from as far as Canada, the mid-west, the east coast or any number of places. Disneyland is visited by many who are not just Southern Californians less than 1 hour away.

                Someone correct me if I am wrong but I thought I read once that Walt insisted on having a kennel onsite and there has been one since the park opened.
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                  Originally posted by Disney Magic View Post
                  An hour away is still pretty darn close, I used to commute to work an hour everyday each way to go to work. People on long road trip can be coming from as far as Canada, the mid-west, the east coast or any number of places. Disneyland is visited by many who are not just Southern Californians less than 1 hour away.

                  Someone correct me if I am wrong but I thought I read once that Walt insisted on having a kennel onsite and there has been one since the park opened.
                  I realise, I just wondered what all the different reasons were. I mean when I vacation I don't take my dogs but I know alot of people do.

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                    Boarding pets out while you're on an overnight vacation can be very, very expensive. It is often much cheaper to bring your pets with you on a road trip, stay in a pet-friendly hotel and use the on-property kennels instead.

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                      Originally posted by Hyperbole View Post
                      Boarding pets out while you're on an overnight vacation can be very, very expensive. It is often much cheaper to bring your pets with you on a road trip, stay in a pet-friendly hotel and use the on-property kennels instead.
                      Yep. Especially when it takes a day to get to DL and a day to get back.

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                        Originally posted by Disney Magic View Post
                        Someone correct me if I am wrong but I thought I read once that Walt insisted on having a kennel onsite and there has been one since the park opened.

                        Yes, the CM at the Kennel told me this, although I don't think the kennel was there since it opened in 55. I remember the CM telling me another year, not 55. I just can't remember what year.

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                          I think it's too much trauma for the dog to leave him/her there at the kennel all day. The dog is probably better off being left at home and if you will be gone for more than a day have a friend or neighbor come by and check up on your pooch to make sure everything is o.k.
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                            my dog loved it.
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                              Last Tuesday, I saw a dog in someone's car in the parking structure.

                              I wish they would have used the kennel.
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