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7 Pet-Friendly Spots in Oregon

Readers share their top pet-friendly hotels and restaurants in Oregon.

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Daphne, director of pet relations at Hotel Monaco in Portland, image
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Meet Daphne, the director of pet relations at Hotel Monaco.

“Though all Kimpton Hotels allow pets, our top pick is Hotel Monaco in Portland. Staffers say that if it fits through the front door, they allow it!” – Molly Gardenswartz

Ruby’s Neighborhood Restaurant in Ashland, Ore., is a great, pet-friendly place to enjoy breakfast burritos with hot sauce and do some people-watching. It has a fun, funky vibe with attentive wait staff.” – Kiersta Fricke-Gostnell

“The Oxford Hotel in Bend, Ore., isn’t just pet friendly, it’s pet luxury. The hotel gives your pet its own bed, travel bowl, and treats, and you get a map of trails and parks.” – Donna McClung

Klondike Restaurant & Bar in old town St. Helens, Ore., offers a pleasant patio where we’ve enjoyed good food and service. The staff always makes sure our dog has water and gives him a few treats.” – Dana Marble

“While checking in at the Ocean Breeze Motel in Florence, Ore., I got a Pet Pack: two freshly laundered sheets (to cover your bed if your dog sleeps there), fresh towels (to dry off your dog if it’s raining), and a plastic bag, all tied in a red ribbon.” – Rayanne Edwards

“We visited Sisters, Ore., with our five-pound pooch. After being turned away by two dining establishments, we were welcomed at the aptly named Open Door wine bar. The host seated us outside, grabbed an extra chair for the pup, and then brought out a dish of water.” – Laura Lonac

“Our Welsh corgi puppy endorses the Fairfield Inn & Suites in The Dalles, Ore. We got a cute letter of instructions, a pet in the room sign for the door, a feeding mat, a bowl, and treats.” – Bill Leininger