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Where to Stay
Going with a condo or vacation home rental is a great idea if you plan to bring along pets because they are often more flexible than resorts or hotels. If you are looking for Riviera Nayarit pet friendly vacation rentals, look no further than Casago for options in Nuevo Vallarta, La Cruz, and Bucerias. No matter which of the three of the locations you choose to stay at, you will find a perfect home or condo for all of your family members, including your pets!
Before you travel, be aware that you will need to travel with some documentation about your pet’s health. Your veterinarian will need to provide you with two health certificates for each pet: a health certificate and a proof of current (within the past 15 days) rabies and distemper vaccines.
Just in Case
If you are traveling with your pet or pets, you may be worried that if they become ill you will not have the resources to take proper care of them. No need to fear, because there is a veterinarian’s office right in town that can take care of your animal should it start to not feel well during your trip. This is also great because vet’s offices usually carry supplies that you may have forgot while packing, whether it be waste bags or treats!
Outings with your Pet
Overall, travelers report that the city is very friendly to pets that you may bring with you. Just be sure to watch out for private property as you may end up encountering pets that are not too friendly. Additionally, there are some dogs that roam the streets, but most travelers report them to be friendly. Just be sure to have your dog leashed and be alert so that you are aware of what is happening around you and your pup!
All in all, Riviera Nayarit pet friendly vacations are totally doable for you and your family. Depending on the size of your family and the number of pets you will be bringing, you can choose between a condo or house in this tropical paradise. Both you and your pets will have plenty of room to stretch out and relax in your vacation rental! You can rest assured knowing that there is veterinary care available at your tropical destination and as long as you keep your pet on a leash, you should be fine during any outings you plan to take. Just remember to keep an eye out for signs with information about pets and if you are asked to leave a location because your pet is with you, to do as asked because it is most likely for you and your pet’s safety!