Motel 6 – The Pet Friendly and Affordable Motel Chain

Motel 6 – The Pet Friendly and Affordable Motel Chain

When I feel the urge to get away for a few days on the spur of the moment, there are a few factors I take into consideration. First of all, I don’t want to break the bank. I definitely don’t want to spend a quarter of my monthly salary on a short spur of the moment getaway! The other consideration is that I want to travel with my dog Conan. After all, he is my best buddy, so a vacation just wouldn’t be a vacation without him! If I boarded him, I would spend the entire weekend wondering if he was happy or not. Not to mention, I truly enjoy spending time with him! Taking him on my little impromptu trips is an absolute must.

The first place I always look when deciding where Conan and I will be taking off to is the Motel 6 website. Motel 6 advertises that they are the lowest priced national chain of any motel, and I certainly believe that claim to be the truth. Most of the locations that I have seen are in the $ 40 to $ 70 a night price range, which is quite reasonable.

Also, they have a corporate policy of being pet friendly. This means I know for sure that any location I go to with my puppy, we will both be welcomed.

Lastly, with Motel 6 you really know what you are getting when you book a room. Sure, it’s only the basics – you’re not going to find mini fridges or coffee makers in these rooms. But you also know that it is going to be clean and new, and that the staff will be friendly and accommodating.

In conclusion, if you’re planning a quick trip and your pet will be joining you, I can’t think of a better affordable alternative than Motel 6.

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When traveling (outside the U.S.) with pets, be sure to check before hand if the country has special rules. Some are simple, some are complex. International health certificates for the export of animals from the United States are completed by the accredited veterinarian who certifies herd and animal health status, conducts tests, and records test results for the individual animals being exported. Completed and signed international health certificates for the export of animals from the United States must be endorsed by a Veterinary Services area office in order to be valid. The U.S. has minimal requirements for animals to be exported to other countries. Again, your veterinarian can provide you with current tests, regulations and inspections.

Each country may or may not have specific certificates or regulations.

These are established by the importing country, not the U.S.


Frequently Asked Questions

 1. What documents do I need?
 2. Does one health certificate work in all countries?
 3. How do I obtain a health certificate for my animal?
 4. How long does it take to process before I can take my pet?
 5. What countries are part of the European Union?
 6. How do I get my pets certificate stamped by the USDA?
 7. Do I bring my pet with me when I go to get the certificate stamped?
 8. What are the cost to all of the process?
 9. How long does it take to get my certificate stamped and returened?
10. If the species is not listed to where I want to travel, what do I do?
11. The document I have seems old, how do I know if it is good?
12. Do the documents have to be translated if only in English?
13. Do the Vets listed have to be accredited?
14. What is an accredited Vet?
15. What if my trip is only a short period of time, what do I need to bring my pet home?


There are not set requirements for the movement of pets across state lines. The requirements are set by each individual state. You should contact the State Veterinarian of the state you are going to visit. Go to



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