Pets At The Westville

Pet lovers we are and when we travel anywhere in the country the Wheatens are with us all of the time. From the Ritz Carlton, Delft Haven, Homewood Suites, Best Western, Villa Galla and the homes of many friends across the country, we are always invited back. Because it is their home first and we want you to feel very comfortable while at the Westville, we ask that you respect our home and our furniture. If your dog is not completely house broken and has a tendency to "mark", the Westville should not be considered as your vacation getaway. We would like other dogs to feel at home; therefore, if they detect another dog's scent or mark it may make for a very yappy and uncomfortable stay for everyone. We offer a water bowl, special (red) towels specifically for your pets. You are expected to travel with your pet's medication (if applicable) and some of their favorite toys.

  • What's Provided

    Price: $175/pet/week or $35/night
    Not only do we welcome your favored family member, but we pamper them too. So when you book with your pet for vacation at the Westville, Whiskey has graciously agreed to provide the following items for our visiting four-legged pals:

    • Ceramic Water Bowl
    • 2.5 Gallons of Bottled Spring/Distilled Water
    • Generous supply of handmade Gourmet treats
    • Pet ID tag with local address and telephone no. of the Westville (7 nights or more only)
  • Must Do's

    We believe that it is a privilege to travel with your pet. Pet travel is now more widely accepted by many hotel chains while others choose not to include our four-legged companions. While we welcome pets into our home that meet these standards, we reserve the right to refuse some pets. Here are some must do's according to Josie:

    • Must provide references of good behavior
    • Must be a non-shedding breed
    • Must be 25lbs or less (max of 2 dogs)
    • Must be well behaved and not aggressive towards other animals and persons
    • Must present current vaccination
    • Must be freshly groomed and bathed
    • Must be treated for fleas and ticks before check-in
    • Must be respectful of furniture
    • Must be house broken (no pads, diapers, or the like)
    • Must be walked off property. Your pets should never be allowed to mark or potty in areas such as inside the cottage, the yard, or gardens
    • Always clean up after your dog (always bring poo poo bags). Most local merchants and residents love pets but will frown disgustingly if waste is not immediately removed
  • Travel Tips

    Some travel tips when planning your vacation with your four legged pal:

    • Be sure to keep your pets certifications handy for the trip…just in case.
    • Make sure vaccines are up to date
    • Apply flea and tick repellent 2 days before embarking on your trip to Provincetown
    • Map out the emergency care facilities on your way from your hometown to us here in Provincetown.
    • Keep your pet leached at all times especially if you stop for a break at a service plaza or welcome center on your way here. Highway/road noise can be disorienting to dogs even the most well trained one.
    • Use harnesses (seatbelts) or travel crates to keep your pal secure in the event of an accident.
    • Know the pet friendly hotel chains that are enroute to and from Provincetown (pre-book if possible.)
    • Keep food and water with you for your trip. Remember dehydration is very common during travel. Always offer your pet water frequently during the trip. Bring Bottled water or a few gallons of home water with you for your trip.
    • Do not leave your pet in the car unattended especially in during the warmer months

  • Emergency Care

    Local Animal Hospitals

    Herring Cove Animal Hospital
    83 Shank Painter Rd, Provincetown
    (508) 487-6449
    www.herringcoveah.com/


    Provincetown Animal Hospital
    9 Center Street
    Provincetown, MA 02657
    (508)487-2191


    Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists (24 Hour/Emergency Care)
    79 Theophilus Smith Road
    South Dennis, MA 02660
    (508) 398-7575
    www.ccvsdennis.com


  • Dog Park

    Dog Park

    Meet other Pet moms and Dads at the Pilgrim Bark Park and the Best part your dog will meet new friends while vacationing. Bark Park is located at the intersection of Rt 6 and Shank Painter Road in Provincetown.
    www.provincetowndogpark.org


    Walking and Pet Sitting Services

    We encourage you to secure the services of either one of the two very good pet sitters in the area (Jose and or Christine)….They can assist you with pet sitting services…walking or even staying with your pal during extended absences from the cottage...day trips and the likes.

    Jose Plimento (Ptown Errands)   774-353-8356
    Catherine Winkler   508- 737-1663


    Provincetown Pet Resort and Supplies

    79 Shankpainter Road
    Provincetown, MA
    (508) 487-7900
    Boarding, Doggie Day Care, Training
    www.kcskennelprovincetown.com/


    Doggie Styles Grooming Provincetown Dog Grooming Service/

    43 Race Point Road, Provincetown, Ma
    (508) 487-9663


    Pet Communication

    Communicate with your Pet (present or past.) Choose thirty (30) minutes/1 hour pet communication by Sharon Warner (ask away and get answers to lingering questions about your four legged friend, you’ll also learn what he or she lovingly thinks of you).
    (508) 713-6459
    www.communicatorforyou.com/


  • Pets and Provincetown

    Dog Fancy Magazine named Provincetown America’s most dog friendly town, for good reason. Ptown loves all dogs – ours and our visitors, and treats them well with lots of love and yes, spoiling them with delicious treats and new coat for cold winter. Most shops, galleries, restaurants (with outdoor areas) and some boat charters welcome well behaved dogs at the business owners discretion. Almost all businesses offer treats for lucky doggies or provide a cool drink of water.

    Walking with Your Dog on Provincetown Town Beaches

    Dog owners/walkers are required to clean up after their animal immediately and dispose of the waste in a waste container. Bags are provided at many locations throughout the town. Off-leash times for town beaches: Memorial Day through November 1st, 6am to 9am and 6pm to 9pm and November 2 through the day before Memorial Day, 6am to 9pm.
    Dogs must be under voice & sight control. If you have any questions please contact Animal Control Officer Ruth Ann Cowing, at the Provincetown Police Department at 508 487-1212.


    Taking Your Dog to Herring Cove or Race Point Beaches

    Cape Cod National Seashore Park Policy on Pets – Call 508 349 3785, 508 487-1256 or go online.
    www.nps.gov/caco/planyourvisit/pets.htm


    Travel In Style!

    Your pet can even travel to Provincetown via public transportation on Bay State Cruise Company’s ferry service between Boston & Provincetown.
    www.baystatecruisecompany.com


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