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At A Glance  

Disney doesn't allow any pets into the theme parks, with the exception of service animals such as guide dogs for the blind.

Similarly with the exception of a few special sites at the Fort Wilderness Campsite pets aren't allowed into the resort areas either.

Guests that wish (or need) to take pets to Walt Disney World can lodge them during the day at the air-conditioned Pet Care Kennels for $6 per day including one feed. Overnight lodging is available for $11 per night including dry food (resort guests pay $9 per night).

To accommodate pets with special dietary needs, Pet care staff will feed any special food misture provided by the pets owner if required.

There are five Pet Care Kennels, at the following locations:

  • Near the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC).
  • To the left of the main Epcot entrance plaza.
  • At the entrance to the Disney MGM Studios.
  • At the entrance to Disney's Animal Kingdom.
  • At the entrance to the Fort Wilderness campground.

Each of the five centres are located next to a large field that pet owners can use to exercise their animals (note that Kennel staff won't walk animals themselves, or allow pets out of their cages unless the owner is present, but request that guests visit their animals a couple of times a day to exercise them themselves).

The Kennels tend to get busy during the morning, so if possible it's best to arrive before 09:00. The Kennels also close an hour after the theme parks close.

Despite the fact that the Pet Care centres are called "Kennels" they catually handle all sorts of animals, from the regular domestic pets such as Birds, Dogs, Cats etc, right through to more exotic animals (Spiders, Snakes, Lizards), and in the past have handled animals like Bears, Cougars and Ocelots (though if you plan to bring an exotic animal it's best to provide advance notification if possible).

If you plan to lodge a pet at one of the centers, make sure you bring all vaccination certificates with you, since Florida law requires proof of immunisation for all animals involved in biting incidents.

There are a small number of sites at the Fort Wilderness Campground that can accommodate guests with pets, for an additional charge of $3.00 over and above the normal nightly pitch charge.


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