Orlando Pet Friendly Disney Vacation Rentals
We love pets. Our family is PET LOVERS. Because they are family. Sad to travel without them but sometimes, we have no choice but leave them at home, under a friend’s care or a very well trusted kennel’s team. Fortunately, in today’s hospitality and vacation rental markets, things are changing and the understanding for the need of welcome guests with their loved pets are out there. Now, pet owners have a choice. According to the US Department of Transportation, they estimate that 2 million pets are transported by air every year!
We are looking for Orlando Disney Area Pet Friendly vacation homes to join our Disney area vacation homes. If you would like to write an article telling us your experiences and suggestions about vacationing and traveling with your loved pets, we would love to hear from you so feel free to contact us.
If you came here, looking for a vacation home near Disney World, we are very sorry not being able to accommodate your family right now due to NO PET FRIENDLY vacation rentals listed in our website. But, in the meantime, enjoy all information we have about ANIMAL WORLD. We advocate for our homeless friends, helping them to find a home. We advocate against animal cruelty. We advocate for outdoor/feral cats. So, you are ALL so welcome to join your VOICE to OURS. Reading and passing it forward.
WINTER IS HERE !!! Remember to HELP. To PROTECT. To SHELTER. To SAVE LIVES of our homeless friends!
SERVICE ANIMALS: Guide Dogs, Leader Dogs and Signal Dogs – A service animal is defined as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal including cats and monkeys individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. Service animals perform some of the functions and tasks that the individual with a disability cannot perform for them selves. “Seeing eye dogs” are one type of service animal, used by some individuals who are blind. This is the type of service animal with which most people are familiar. But there are service animals that assist persons with other kinds of disabilities in their day-to-day activities. Some examples include:
- Alerting persons with hearing impairments to sounds.
- Pulling wheelchairs or carrying and picking up things for persons with mobility impairments.
- Assisting persons with mobility impairments with balance.
THERAPY ANIMALS: Do you know about Therapy Animals? We believe is such a wonderful way to help to many people, no matter what their health issues are, to get better, to fulfill their hearts with hope and joy. Amazingly, there are a lot of misunderstanding out there. Even though, the prove of the “MIRACLES” they do to the lives in deeply need of their unconditional LOVE, many, many people refuse to accept one simple truth: The power of Love. Well, here we are to help to EDUCATE and SUPPORT “ANIMAL THERAPY“.