The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza welcomes a maximum of two pets, 50lbs or less, per guest room for an additional $30 per pet, per night.
The Intercontinental Los Angeles welcomes a maximum of one (1) pet, 15lbs or less, per guest room for an additional $200 per stay.
The Beverly Hilton welcomes up to two pets, 75lbs or less, for an additional $50 per pet, per stay.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills is pet friendly! They welcome pets with no weight limit for an additional fee of $35 per pet per night.
The Mosaic Hotel is pet friendly! One pet under 40 lbs is welcome for an additional fee of $100 per stay. A damage waiver must be signed at check-in.
Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills is pet friendly! Two pets under 40 lbs are welcome for an additional fee of $100 per pet per stay. Pets are permitted in the 'Canon' building only.
The Beverly Wilshire Hotel is pet friendly! Up to two pets (15 lbs or less) are welcome for no additional fee. Please note that guests traveling with pets are required to sign a pet waiver upon …
Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills is pet friendly! They welcome two with no weight limit for an additional fee of $10 per night for one pet, $15 per night for two pets and a $100 …
Montage Beverly Hills allows multiple pet (dogs and cats) of any size for a fee of $35 per night per pet.
Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Westwood is very pet friendly! Pets of any size are allowed for no fee. There is no specified limit on the number of pets allowed per room.
The Crescent is pet friendly! They welcome with two pets under 40 lbs for an additional fee of $100 per stay, $50 of that fee is refundable.
You’ll find great prices on quality pet food & supplies at any of our convenient PET DEPOT® locations in the U.S. and Canada, but that’s just the beginning of what we offer!
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The Beverly Hills Hotel allows up to two dogs (25 lbs or less) per select guest room (bungalow rooms only) for an additional fee of $200 per stay. Guests traveling with pets should call 877-411-3436 to …
Henry Pasternak has practiced integrative medicine, using both holistic and Western therapies, at Pasternak Veterinary Center, in West Los Angeles, California, since 2003 with over 23 years of experience. He has a doctor’s degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri-Columbia and is certified in veterinary acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture. He is a member of the Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, the California Veterinary Medical Association, the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association. Dr. Pasternak has studied holistic medicine with experts in China and as well in the United States.