Sometimes I travel with my little dog, Daisy. You probably travel with your fur baby, too, so if you’re coming to Disneyland and Fluffy is with you, there’s a special place for him or her at the Disneyland Resort. It’s called the Disneyland Kennel Club, and it’s located to the right of the Disneyland gate.
The kennel is a convenient service for those who travel with their pets. Recently, 52 new kennels replaced old ones and the exercise yard now has artificial turf and porous concrete, along with a mural from “Lady and the Tramp.” Just in case you forget Spot’s favorite blanket, the kennel will provide one at no cost.
The Disneyland Kennel Club welcomes: dogs, cats, birds (unless there is an avian bird flu alert), rabbits and non-venomous reptiles. (They do not accept ferrets.) Dogs and cats four months or older must have official vet records that show their most recent rabies, distemper and hepatitis vaccinations. Cats also need proof of feline leukemia, rhinotracheitus and calcivirus vaccinations. The kennel doesn’t walk or feed your pet. (Sometime soon the kennel cast members will be able to feed your pet, but not right now.) You are responsible for that, so make sure to carve time out of your day to do so. It’s a daytime kennel, so no overnight stays. You can drop off your pet half an hour before park opens and pick up half an hour after park closes. Cost is $20. For more information call: 714-781-POOCH (76624). Enjoy this video to get an inside view of the Disneyland Kennel Club.