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Pets allowed

As I believe from looking at the forum many of you have the same problem as me - we have several cottages, some dog friendly, some not, how can we stop people from just turning up with dogs assuming all are dog friendly (we have the Dogs may be allowed tag)  I'm thinking of just not allowing any dogs to stop all confusion, any tips?

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Aaltje B.

You can attach your own sign (that you design yourself in word and safe it ) in a template.

A dog and for the property no dogs allowed: a dog with a line through it. Then people get the message at the time of booking.

If that is too late, you could take a picture of a dog and edit it with a line through the picture diagonal, add that to your series of photos of your unit that you already have. Put it somewhere in the middle. Some people just don't see all the pictures before they book. ;)

Pictures always speak louder than words, and can not be mistaken.

Try that.

Happy hosting Info.

Greetings

Aaltje B.

3 months ago
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M Adamopoulou

Info Having some pet friendly and some not, your guests get confused on purpose!!!

I think a big picture might do as Aaltje B. suggested.

Wish you luck...

3 months ago
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Mashi Niwarthana

Yeah. I also have faced to that problem and i also did that Mr. Aaltje and i highlighted it on booking.com too.

3 months ago
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Aaltje B.

Haha , people keep calling me Mr. Do I look like a Mr. ? Admit, the photo is pretty small.

Confusing since my Dutch name is Aaltje. Hard to guess what it is . Here I am Ella in New Zealand.

You still think I am Mr? hahaha.

Greetings,

Mrs. Aaltje B. (Ella B) Married with Guy.

3 months ago
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Info

Thank you I will definitely do that. Booking.com have also added No Pets to the cottage names for me too. (I think you look like a Mrs!)

3 months ago