Pet-Friendly Lodging in West Dover
The Snow Goose Inn is Pet Friendly – we welcome guests with polite dogs and treat them as a member of your family. We of course have some limitations and restrictions these can be found in our Pet Waiver & Agreement. For convenience, pet-friendly rooms are those with direct outside entrances (2-4, 9-11, 14). We have available dog beds, blankets, and bowls – just ask when you check-in.
In general, non-aggressive dog breeds less than 70 pounds are welcome. While we are pet lovers and pet-friendly people, we are not able to accept any other types of pets at this time. The Snow Goose Inn allows only dogs for now.
Our goals are the same – safety, comfort, and quiet enjoyment for all of our guests. In order to accomplish this, we must balance pets and people. If your pet is from an intimidating breed or is larger than 70 pounds – give us a call and we can talk about it.
Well-behaved pets may be left unattended in rooms if a phone number is given at the front desk. There are designated pet relief areas on the property and waste bags are provided.
We do have leash requirements for common areas and grounds, and restrictions during food service. Nothing unusual – just common sense responsible pet-friendly management.
Things to do with your pet near West Dover
Pet Sitters & Daycares
Did your pup have too much fun?
- Village Dog Grooming – Wilmington, VT
- Snow Republic Brewery – West Dover
- Dover Forge Res – West Dover
- Anchor Seafood House & Grille – Outdoor Pet-Friendly tables – Wilmington
Our Goldendoodle Zeus
Green Mountain National Forest is pet-friendly. Located in western Vermont, this gorgeous area offers diverse vegetation and varied trails to explore with your pooch. Encompassing more than 400,000 acres in southwestern and central Vermont, the striking scenery includes rugged mountain peaks and quintessential Vermont villages. Leashed dogs are welcome, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them.
Nearby Townshend, VT – The West River Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this “rail-trail” is now a great place to walk Fido in Townshend! For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com.