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Dogs allowed?

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Dogs allowed?

In ocracoke b&b or hotel?

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1. Re: Dogs allowed?

For hotels (NP stands for No Pets):


I don't know about the B&B's.

Do consider renting a house or condo. Some of them can be rented for a partial week and some of them are pet-friendly. Check with Ocracoke Island Realty or Blue Heron Realty. Both agencies are reputable.

Also check VRBO.com. The pet friendly accommodations have a paw print listed.

Have fun in Ocracoke!

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2. Re: Dogs allowed?

It will depend on the size of your dog and where you stay. some places do and some don't you will have to ask. there are some that do but prefer smaller dogs, but as I said you will need to ask, there is a boarding place there for dogs if you would consider that . Have seen good reviews on them


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3. Re: Dogs allowed?

We visited Ocracoke with our 9 pound dog in late September/early October. Our pet was welcomed every where we went. - Zillie's and Ocracoke Coffee were ntoable stand outs Stayed at NP33,

Our pet loved golf cart rides around town.

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