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Disneyland is really more of an attraction for people, but we thought we would mention it because of their kennel. The great folks at Disneyland offer a day kennel for your pup while the rest of the family enjoys the theme park. There is a full time attendant at the kennels and the kennel hours are the same as the park hours. The cost is $20 for the whole day and you can come and walk your dog or just say hi as many times as you want. Just be sure to get your hand stamped for in/out park privileges. The cast members (Disneyland employees) suggest that you might want to bring a favorite blanket for your pup to lay on if he or she is used to that. The kennel is located to the right of the main Disneyland entrance/ticket booths. Please note the following special information: When driving to Disneyland, follow the signs to the main parking lot. At the parking garage toll booth, tell the attendant that you have a dog and would like to use the RV/Oversize parking lot so you can be within closer walking distance to the kennels. From this parking lot, you can either walk to the main entrance of Disneyland (about 10-15 minutes) or take the parking lot tram from the parking lot to the entrance. Dogs are allowed on the parking lot tram, just make sure they are in the middle of the seat so they won't fall out during the ride. Once you arrive at Disneyland, make sure you walk your dog straight to the kennels. Dogs are not allowed in Downtown Disney and the security guards will remind you of this. If you are approached by a guard, just ask where the kennels are and they will point you in the right direction. Since August 28, 2006 dogs boarded at the Disneyland Kennel are required to show proof of rabies and distemper vaccines from the dogs vet. This is due to an Orange County requirement placed on kennels in the county.
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