5 Excellent Reasons Why You Should Bring Your Dog On Vacation


You're not the only one in the family who needs a vacation. Yes, it's true, your favorite four-legged member of the family is also ready to escape the heat and head to the mountains for a well-deserved rest-long walks on beautiful trails or meandering strolls to the sounds of the drum circle on a Friday night. Asheville has something for everyone including your family dog. Here are five excellent reasons to bring your dog on your next Asheville vacation. 

1. Stay With The Pack 

Dogs are pack animals; that is to say, your four-legged buddy who has his favorite spot on the couch is part of your family's little pack. Our  lovable little friends need to feel part of the pack, and that means staying with you on vacation. Luckily, Asheville is not only an awesome place for humans but a dog paradise as well.

Staying in even the best boarding kennel can be a stressful experience for your beloved family member. Most boarding facilities, even the really good ones, are still an unfamiliar environment for your dog. I mean, let's face it, no kennel has your favorite shoes your dog likes to chew on? You think the kennel is going to play hide and seek with the DVR remote control? Dogs will see a kennel as being forcibly removed from their "pack." So why not keep the "pack" together during your Asheville vacation? Your dog will be free to enjoy a wealth of new sites and sounds all in the familiar surroundings of your family.

2. Cost Savings


Certainly your pet’s welfare must always be the primary factor in deciding whether to take him or her with you. However, there are situations where a balanced cost analysis can be useful for making a decision – especially if you’ve already spent a lot of money on your holiday.There are manner of factors which can affect your costs, including your chosen destination, the period of time you will be away, for and the price of the individual boarding kennel you’re considering

3. Be Like Sammy 

As you can see in the video above, Asheville is absolutely one of the most dog-friendly cities in the country, Asheville welcomes dogs and their owners into almost any store, brewery, or restaurant patio. Visiting Asheville with you, your dog can enjoy not just the stunningly beautiful outdoor life, but also enjoy all the best that downtown has to offer. Many consider Asheville to be the most dog-friendly city in the country. So be like Sammy and book an Asheville pet-friendly vacation today. Don't forget to visit the only dog welcome center in America. Yes, you read that right, we even have a dog welcome center! How awesome is that? No wonder Sammy loves visiting Asheville and so will your furry friend!

4. The Stress-Free Dog

Despite all the fun you’ll have on vacation, the fact is that it can be rather stressful thinking about leaving your favorite family dog behind. Your dog doesn't want to be left behind either. Dogs love being with their family, or as we mentioned earlier with their "pack." Staying is a kennel is strange surroundings is stressful. However, there is an easy answer. Avoid all the stress of a kennel stay, the worrying about your dog's welfare, the expense, and instead, bring him along. Help him to have the time of his life on an Asheville vacation. Stress-free for all guaranteed. 

5. Pet-Friendly Places To Stay

Perhaps the best reason to take a spectacular mountain vacation in Asheville with your dog is all the great options of places to stay. Take a look at Eagles Landing which is just one of many of our vacation homes that are pet-friendly. Even your dog will drool over the stunning views, cool mountain air, and serene atmosphere that only an Asheville vacation can provide. Why deprive your dog the same kind of vacation you enjoy? 


Of course, these are just five of the many reasons to bring your dog on your next Asheville vacation. Ready to book that perfect vacation home? Give us a call today at (888) 861-9487 or click the link below to get started. Don't forget to leave a comment below with a pic of your favorite four-legged buddy exploring Asheville. 



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