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    I was just looking at the Kid's Nite Out website to book someone for our trip in May. I noticed that they have Pet Sitting services! This would be great if you bring your pet to WDW and plan to spend the whole day in the park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderelley View Post
    I was just looking at the Kid's Nite Out website to book someone for our trip in May. I noticed that they have Pet Sitting services! This would be great if you bring your pet to WDW and plan to spend the whole day in the park.
    I figured pet sitting service was coming. That will be very convenient.

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    Wow...pet sitting services?
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    Wow this sounds great. I was a little concerned reading about a service dog being left in a room, that makes no since to me. As the owner of a service dog he goes every where with me otherwise he can't do his job. Which is to help me. Right now I'm in the hospital so he is staying with my son but I would never leave him alone in a strange place. I have often thought about using the kennel during fireworks because he can't handle them but would never leave him in the room. BTW I can understand why some might lie about their dog but people can be asked to leave if their service dog isn't well behaved.
    Three years in Connecticut and loving it
    Next trip in Jan 2017 I hope!

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