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Pet Friendly Lodging at Once In A Blue Moon Farm

Room availability and pet fee is based on the size and breed of dog. Not all rooms are pet friendly, and we may remove certain furnishings to prepare for a pet stay. Pet policies must be strictly adhered to. Certain restrictions apply. Please contact us for more details.

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Guests are liable for all damages caused by their pets.

You are responsible for the full replacement value of furnishings or cost of repair to surfaces and other property damaged by your pet.

Dogs may NOT be left unattended in the rental.

No matter how well behaved, a dog in an unfamiliar place may not behave as usual. Excessive barking/crying is uncomfortable to fellow guests and dogs are liable to cause damages.

Keep your pet off all furnishings and beds.

Embedded fur and stains are difficult to clean. Additional cleaning fees will apply.

Please bring your own dog crate and/or bed.

This will assure that your dog has a soft place to sleep that is not on your room’s beds.

Please wipe paws etc… after playing outside.

Bring your doggie towels to clean up before they enter the home.

Please pick up after your dog.

Do not put leave poop on trails or in gardens. Remove poop from the property or discard it in the woods away from paths and gardens (no plastic bags). Please do not leave it in trash receptacles in your room.

Please keep your dog on a leash while walking around the properties.

We can arrange an off-leash pasture for your dog to run free at Once in a Blue Moon Farm. There is an off-leash park in Eastsound and Friday Harbor as well. Please keep your dog out of the garden beds and animal pastures.

Do not allow your dog to chase or harass other animals.

Livestock have the “right of way.” Chicken chasing is a no-no. Our horses are not afraid of dogs and may hurt a dog that behaves aggressively towards them. Alpacas make a unique danger “cry” when they see a dog and feel threatened. Please make sure your dog does not run at them.