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Dog-Friendly Hotels and Getaways

Traveling with your dog can be a lot of fun, until you try finding a hotel that will welcome you and your pooch. To make it a little bit easier, we've scoured the state for the most dog-friendly accommodations, and put together this list. Divided into 8 regions, our Dog-Friendly Hotel and Lodging Directory lists those establishments that welcome dogs, along with their detailed pet policies and fees. This is no recycled list of dog-friendly hotels that is so commonplace on the web. Each of these establishments has been individually contacted to inquire about their policies toward dogs. But that doesn't mean we've found them all! In your travels, if you should come upon some dog-friendly establishment not listed here, or one that has changed their policies, please drop us an email and let us know. We try hard to keep this list updated on a monthly basis, but as you can imagine, these policies tend to change without notice, so be sure to contact the establishment before traveling.


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Dog Friendly Lodging Section
Covers the greater Portland area, including Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard, Gresham, Wilsonville and Vancouver, WA.
Covers the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area and Mt. Hood area including Hood River, The Dalles, White Salmon, Cascade Locks, and parts of Southern WA.
Covers the northern half of the Oregon Coast from Astoria to Yachats, including Seaside, Cannon Beach, Tillamook, Depoe Bay, Manzanita, Lincoln City and Newport.
Covers the southern half of the Oregon coast from Florence to Brookings, including Coos Bay, Gold Beach, Port Orford, North Bend, Brandon, and Reedsport.
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Willamette Valley Region
(Coming Soon!)
Covers Salem, Corvallis, Eugene and surrounding areas.
Covers Bend, Sisters, Sunriver, and surrounding areas.
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Southern Oregon Region
(Coming Soon!)
Covers the Crater Lake area, Klamath Falls, and surrounding areas.
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Eastern Oregon Region
(Coming Soon!)
Covers the eastern half of Oregon, including Pendleton, La Grande, John Day, Burns, and Baker City.

DISCLAIMER: Please contact the lodging establishment before traveling, as they may have additional pet restrictions beyond what is listed here, or their pet or internet policies may have changed. Some establishments only allow pets in designated rooms, and their internet access may only be available in select areas or rooms, so please confirm that when you make your reservation. We do our best to keep this information current, but it's not possible to guarantee the information presented here will be correct at the time of your visit. As always, if you are aware of any errors or ommissions, please let us know and we'll correct it ASAP. Portland Pooch does not endorse or make any warranties about the businesses listed on this website.

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