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Pet Resort Opens at Denver International Airport

Soon after our post “Traveling With Your Four-Legged Friend” was published, we learned that Denver International Airport held a grand opening of their new Paradise 4 Paws, a pet boarding resort located just east of the Pikes Peak shuttle lot.

The pet resort is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, so pets can be dropped off any time day or night. They also offer tours to prospective guests.

The Denver location offers:

  • Overnight accommodations
  • Doggie daycare
  • Spa & grooming
  • Veterinary care
  • Dog training
  • Massage therapy
  • Boarding Lounge™
  • Airport parking
  • A la Carte services
  • Paradise Club (for loyal customers)

Paradise 4 Paws has three other locations in the United States–two in Chicago (one near Chicago O’Hare International Airport and the other near Chicago Midway International Airport), and one in Dallas/Fort Worth on the north side of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

For more information such as rates and what your pet can expect during their stay, visit the Paradise 4 Paws website.

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Delta’s Changing Pet Policy

pet cargo changes on DeltaIn recent months Delta has made changes to their pet policy:

  1. They will no longer accept any snub-nosed dogs or cats as checked baggage.
  2. They have banned pets in all international business class cabins.
  3. They will no longer accept pets as cargo or checked baggage on any Boeing 767 flight.

Also, Delta will generally not carry any pets as checked baggage between May 18-September 15. For pets to travel as cargo, the outside temperature must be below 85 degrees or above 10 degrees on the ground.

These are important rules to consider, so plan carefully if you’re traveling with pets.