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Save 15% at Red Roof!

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February Pet Traveler Savings - NOW EXTENDED THROUGH MARCH!

From February 1 - March 31, 2017, save 15% when booking your stay at any Red Roof Inn nationwide!* 

Use VP# 605422 when booking to receive the discount!

*This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. Based on availability at participating properties. Certain blackout dates may apply. is the world’s largest digital resource for pet health and wellness information. 

Founded in 2008 to provide pet owners support beyond the vet office, petMD has quickly become the go-to resource for millions of pet parents across the globe. The website maintains a comprehensive library of more than 10,000 pet health articles, all written and approved by petMD’s network of trusted veterinarians.

Click here to ask petMD.

We Love Pets!


As Red Roof is a pet friendly hotel, pets are always free!

At Red Roof, we do whatever it takes to make you feel comfortable. That’s why we invite you to relax with your four-legged family member at over 360 locations. And, unlike other “pet friendly” hotels, there are no additional charges.


Red Roof’s Pet Policy:

  • One well-behaved family pet is permitted unless prohibited by state law or ordinance.
  • Service animals are always welcome.
  • Pet must be declared during guest registration. 
  • Please keep your animal on a leash when outside your room.
  • In consideration of all Red Roof guests, pets must never be left unattended in the guestroom.
  • When you walk your pet on property, please be considerate and clean up after your pet.

Due to state laws, ordinances, or contract provisions not all of our locations can accept pets. The following locations are not able to accept your pet, but service animals are always welcome: Oxon Hill, MD #181; Flushing, NY #727; Queensboro LIC, NY #771. We apologize for any inconveniences.

10 Fun Facts About Dogs!


1. Dogs chase their tails for many reasons: curiosity, exercise, anxiety, predatory instinct or, fleas! If your dog is chasing his tail excessively, talk with your vet. 

2. Dalmatian puppies are pure white when they're born and develop their spots as they grow older.  

3. Dogs do dream! Dogs and humans have the same type of slow wave sleep (SWS) and rapid eye movement (REM). During the REM stage dogs can dream. Twitching and paw movements that happen during their sleep are signs that your pet is dreaming. 

4. Dogs have 3 eyelids! An upper lid, a lower lid and a nictitating membrane or “haw,” which helps keep the eye moist and protected. 

5. Dogs do see in color! It’s a myth that dogs only see in black and white. In fact, it’s believed that dogs see primarily in blue, greenish-yellow, yellow and various shades of gray. 

6. Dogs’ sense of hearing is more than ten times more acute than a human’s. 

7. The Beatles song "A day in the Life" has an extra high-pitched whistle, audible only to dog, causing some dogs to howl. It was recorded by Paul McCartney for the enjoyment of his Shetland Sheepdog.

8. The longest lived dog was a 29-year-old Australian Cattle dog named Bluey, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

9. If never spayed or neutered, a female dog, her mate, and their puppies could produce over 66,000 dogs in 6 years!

10. It has been established that people who own pets live longer, have less stress, and have fewer heart attacks. 

Facts found from PetFinder and FunnyFido.

Dog Parks Near PLUS+ Properties

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Pet Travel Tips

We encourage you to travel responsibly with your pets. Here are some simple tips to make your travels safer and more comfortable:

What to bring:

  • Pet carrier 
  • Food 
  • Water
  • Bowls for food and water 
  • Leash or harness 
  • Collar with tags 
  • Baggies for cleanup 

Helpful hints: 

  • Ensure your pet has a proper collar with up-to-date contact information 
  • Consider a first-aid kit with tweezers, gauze and antiseptic 
  • Keep a health certificate and photo of your pet with you while traveling 
  • Use a travel carrier or harness. It's safest for your animal to be in a pet carrier or wearing a secured harness when traveling. Many pet-supply retails sell seat belt adapters, car seats and cargo barriers. 
  • Never leave your pet in the car unattended

Love traveling with your pet? Follow the official spokes dog for Red Roof Inn, Macintosh, on Twitter at @RedRoofMac or check out RedRoofLuvsPets, our very own Facebook page for animal lovers and their pets!