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In Seattle, tails of hospitality

Posted by Anne Fitzgerald, Globe Travel Editor  June 18, 2010 09:36 AM

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Pan Pacific_dog program_2.JPGThe Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle has launched its new Pet Amenity Program. When you arrive with Fido, you receive a guide that lists dog-friendly restaurants and off-leash parks in the neighborhood. Staff can arrange for dog-sitting and grooming services, and a complimentary walk. They also provide doggy ice cream and bottled water for man's best friend. Bring Fido or Fifi to the Lobby Bar's outdoor dining area all summer and get gourmet treats from Scraps Dog Bakery. Each guest room includes a canine dining table that can be customized to fit and a plush dog bed. There is a nonrefundable $50 pet fee at check-in. 206-264-8111

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