Disney World Orlando Informative - Disney World Kennel service
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- We went to Disney (Orlando) many times (per. my other review) before and never use their Kennel service.
We are glad that we did this time.
We have a 1.5 years old shi-su and my son is very attached to the little guy.
He always gets very upset when we leave him behind for vacation with a family member or local kennel service.
This time, we plan to bring him along.
Most of you (may or may not know) that pets are not allowed in Disney parks and resorts. The same applies to other Orlando theme parks (e.g. Universal, SeaWorld,etc).
The Disney World kennel service is located next to Disney Transportation Center.
They charge $13 for over-night stay (Disney Resort guest). This is cheaper than the local kennel in town ($17).
You need to make sure that the dog has all its shots, this is pretty standard for all kennels. They will need your vet's vaccination papers when you check-in your cats and/or dogs.
The kennel is open very late (11PM) on most nights. However, you can call Disney Security and they allow you 24 hours access to your pets. You will need your resort ID or other photo ID for proof of ownership.
They even have a little animal park with free litter bags for the little guys.
We are very happy with the staff and service at the Disney Kennel.
Definitely use this service again in future Disney/Orlando trip.