At Red Roof, Pets Stay Free all-year long.
This National Pet Month,
Red Roof has been pet-friendly since its first hotel opened in 1973. Since then, we have boasted our Pets Stay Free policy*, attracting pet-travelers across the globe to our convenient, comfortable, pet-friendly locations.
This National Pet Month, we are giving pets a chance to let #PeopleStayFree. Follow along on social media to enter for your chance to win some great prizes.
In celebration of National Pet Month, Red Roof has donated 250 free nights to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) in support of their critical relief work when deploying to communities impacted by disasters, and their other lifesaving efforts. In partnership with the ASPCA this month, we will be sharing important resources to ensure your next trip with your beloved pet is safe and fun!
*Pet accommodations policy may vary at some locations. To verify a hotel's pet policy, please review hotel information online at redroof.com or by contacting the hotel directly.
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Red Roof is an award-winning leader in the lodging industry, recognized for creating the innovative Upscale Economy® segment serving millions of guests each year, is now celebrating its 50th anniversary. With over 60,000 rooms in more than 680 properties in the U.S. and internationally in Brazil and Japan, Red Roof has grown to be a recognized brand in the travel space, built off of a history of being pet-friendly across most of its locations since launching the brand in 1973.
Whether business or leisure, short trips or extended stays, in the hearts of cities or on the road, Red Roof has a property for every traveler, delivering the best experience and value in the lodging industry.
Red Roof is pet-friendly, as one well-behaved pet is welcome per room nationwide at no additional cost*.
For National Pet Month, Red Roof is partnering with The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) to help bring awareness to pet travel safety and responsible pet ownership. Red Roof values all of our guests and wants to ensure that when you travel with your furry family members, you have a safe, comfortable experience.
About the ASPCA
For more than 150 years, the ASPCA has worked to rescue, protect and find loving homes for countless animals in need nationwide.
Founded on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans and must be protected under the law, the ASPCA now has facilities and programs across the country to support disaster and cruelty response, relocation efforts for homeless animals, adoption, rehabilitation and recovery for animal victims, animal welfare advocacy, veterinary services and so much more. Headquartered in New York City, the is a privately funded 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, and is proud to boast more than 2 million supporters across the country.
The ASPCA’s mission, as stated by founder Henry Bergh in 1866, is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.” Through their work year-round, the ASPCA is able to fight back against cruelty and abuse, provide lifesaving care for suffering animals and give thousands of animals second chances to find loving homes.
How to Enjoy a Safe and Fun Trip with Your Pet
Ahead of your trip, have an overall wellness exam and update any required vaccines or preventative medications to protect your pet from infectious and parasitic disease.
Consider having your pet microchipped and be sure to register the microchip.
Pack your Parcels
Never travel anywhere with your pet without a collar containing identification tags and a leash.
Your pet will also need a comfortable crate with enough room to stand up and turn around in and adequate ventilation.
Relish the Ride
Confine your pet to a crate or use a pet seat belt when traveling. When possible, stop to let your pet walk and offer water every few hours.
Never let your pet off-leash during any pitstops as this could result in serious injury. Also, never leave your pet unattended in a closed vehicle.
Dissect your Destination
When you arrive at your destination, take a good look around before letting your pet explore. Be sure to get down on their level and look anywhere a curious kitty or canine might wander.
Scout out where the nearest veterinary services are located in case of emergency.