Cartwright = Dog Hotel

Now first off, I am not anti-dog. I love dogs and had many myself. But what is up with dogs in hotels? Like smokers, shouldn’t they be kept outdoors? Would you want to be the next guest staying in the room after Princess here?

Her owner promises to keep the room clean, and I’m sure the Cartwright Hotel has good cleaning staff, but still. Dog hair gets everywhere and dog smell, especially wet dog smell, is not an odor that leaves with a Glade Plug-In.

Luckily, the Cartwright keeps dogs & their masters on the second floor, and I’m on the third. Still, I can just see me waltzing down tomorrow morning, all spiffy in my clean suit, and get a big paws-on-the-chest hello by a wet, dirty Princess.

What next, Vietnamese pot bellied pigs in the lounge?

1 Comment so far

  1. joann Landers (unregistered) on March 1st, 2006 @ 3:06 pm

    My taxi smells of dog. My last customer had to bring “Kerby” (as in the vacuum) along. Bad dog.

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