Pet Guidelines

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What to Know about Moss Landing and Your Pets

If you like to travel with your pet, it's always good to know what to expect when you make your reservations.  Our dog, Juneau, is an integral part of our family, and although we don't always take her with us when we travel, if we do take her we want to make sure everyone is happy, including her!

So here are the guidelines that we've come up with after a few years of running our cabins.  I think they are reasonable for our guests that do have pets as well as our guests that don't have pets.

At Moss Landing Cabins, we do welcome up to 2 adult dogs in each cabin.  No puppies under one year old will be considered since they are still prone to chewing, barking, and generally being a puppy.  I know that some dogs are potty trained early, but some aren't, so that's the cut-off we decided on.

Please let us know what type, age, and number of pets you plan to bring.  There is a $50 per stay pet fee for 1 or 2 dogs.

We can provide sheets to cover the bed and sofa for small dogs, but we ask that you not allow large dogs on the furniture at all.  And please do not allow even small dogs under the covers in the bed.  Dog fur is especially difficult to get out of sheets, and our future guests probably would not appreciate finding bits of doggy fur when they slide into bed.  :)

When you and your dog are outside, please keep your pet leashed.  Even if your dog is friendly and would love to visit other people and their pets, keep in mind that your neighbor's pet may not be quite so friendly.  Also, people without pets may not wish to be greeted by your very friendly dog.  Believe it or not, there are are some people that are not crazy about dogs.  I know, it's hard to believe, but there it is.  It's a matter of consideration.  :)

We ask that you take your dog behind the cabins to take care of business instead of letting them go wherever they please.  In the summertime, urine spots will turn the green grass quite yellow.  Although we are pet friendly, we're also as "lawn friendly" as our beach environment allows, so we try to keep the lawn looking as nice as possible.

If you plan to leave your dog in the cabin, please bring a crate for your pet to stay in during your absence.  Even though your pet may not cause mischief at home when left alone, sometimes a strange environment could have an adverse effect on an otherwise calm and well-behaved dog.

Last but not least, you have to realize that if you leave your dog alone and it barks incessantly, we WILL be giving you a call to come and pick up your dog and take it with you.  To us, that means that not only could the other guests be disturbed by the barking, but that your dog is also very miserable due to your absence.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me.  Always happy to help.  We want your vacation to be as stress free as possible.