Caesars Palace Keeps Letting the Dogs Out
It looks like Caesars' PetStay Program is being used to its fullest as we spotted this happy pooch and its owner ambling through the casino floor just off the reception area at Caesars Palace this week.
At first, we were a little taken aback. Wasn't this dog supposed to be confined to a certain area? As it turns out, according to the PetStay Policy for Caesars, "Dogs are permitted to walk through designated common areas while on a leash and accompanied by the owner." And yes, some of those common areas are casino floors.
Seems like dogs get all the fun at Caesars. Not only can they walk through the casino but they also get put up in the new rooms at the Augustus Tower (for an extra $50 a night). Yet unlike other party animals, they do have to be crated whenever you're not in the room with them.
For a helpful take on what it's like to PetStay in Vegas with your dog, read this comment from VegasChatter reader JJ2.