Pet Policy & Service Dogs
Naniboujou Lodge & Restaurant does not allow pets. However, we do allow ADA Service Dogs into the lodge and restaurant. Below you will find more information on ADA Service Dogs.
ADA Service Dog Expectations
- Must be leashed and under control at all times.
- All fecal matter must be picked up by owner and properly disposed of.
- Food and care are to be provided by the service dog owner only.
- Must comply with generally accepted canine behavior.
Frequently Asked Questions
Unfortunately, no. Emotional support, therapy, comfort and companion dogs are not covered by the ADA (except in specific PTSD cases) and are not trained to the same standards as service dogs.
You are welcome anywhere on our property that guests are typically allowed (e.g. the restaurant, lodge, solarium, giftshop, deck and surrounding grounds).
The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) determines the regulations guiding service animals. In 2010, the Department of Justice revised and clarified its requirements for service animal public accommodations. Visit their website and search for “service animal”.