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Whistler Pet Friendly Accommodation

Whistler Pet Friendly Accommodation

Whistler is definitely a dog-friendly resort. Dogs love Whistler's wide open spaces, dog-designated beaches, miles of hiking and biking trails, rivers, lakes and fresh mountain air. Many of the outdoor patios allow dogs on a leash and often have drinking bowls. We've even got a doggie daycare to walk your pooch while you are on the hill.

Pet-Friendly Whistler Condos

  • Forest Trails #28 Located in the upper village, this spacious three-bed three-bath townhome boasts a wood-burning fireplace, easy access to the ski-hills and is serviced by the free village shuttle.
  • Northern Lights #25 Perched just above Whistler Village, this four bedroom plus den townhome features a private hot-tub, wine cellar, two living areas and access to the nearby ski trails.

Whistler Dog Friendly Hotels

Whistler Platinum can create the perfect Whistler vacation for you and your pet. If you have decided to pamper yourself and stay at one of Whistler's finer hotels you can rest assured your pet will be spoiled aswell. The following Whistler hotels qualify as pet-friendly.

  • Four Seasons Resort Whistler probably takes the best care of pets of any of the hotels. Your four-legged friend will be spoiled with a porcelain bowl, house-made dog biscuits, bottled water and an overstuffed pet bed to relax in front of the fire. Best of all, there is no additional charge.
  • The Fairmont Chateau Whistler welcomes small pets for a rate of $50 per day plus tax. Your pet is supplied with a small pet bed, special doggie treats and a pet bowl.
  • Westin Resort and Spa welcomes dogs free of charge and offers a complimentary Westin Heavenly Dog Bed and food bowl with mat for use during your visit.
  • Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa welcomes pets as their guests for a rate of $25 per day plus tax. As part of your stay, your pet will be supplied with a "pooch case" of toys and pet sanitary items and will enjoy special treats.
  • Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre accepts pets for a rate of $25 per day plus tax. Your furry friend will enjoy treats, a dog blanket, water and some food.
  • Summit Lodge & Spa welcomes pets for no additional charge. Your furry friend will enjoy treats, cuddles, water and food bowls and VIP treatment.

Pets in Whistler

While you can be forgiven for thinking Whistler is a little dog crazy, you should always remember that not everyone is as keen on dogs as you. Please adhere to these regulations with your dog while visiting Whistler:


  • Dogs must be on a leash and under your control at all times and this includes the Village, trails, and parks
  • Dogs are not allowed on public beaches except designated dog beach areas at Rainbow Park on Alta Lake, Alpha Lake, and at Lost Lake Park's Canine Corner; see a Whistler valley map
  • Please pick up after your dog; the Whistler Municipality provides plastic bags along the Valley Trail and in designated areas
  • Never let your dog or cat out at night without you; there are predators that are more adapted to Whistler's environment than your "Spot" or "Whiskers"

Bringing your Pet to Canada

There is no quarantine period if your pet is arriving from the United States. However, all dogs and cats are legally required to have current rabies vaccination and papers when in Canada. You do not need a certificate of rabies vaccination if your pet is less than three months old. All animals must be in good health when they arrive. Always carry all your pet documents with you, including vaccination certificates, health certificates and import certificates when required.

If you are arriving from another country, we suggest you check with the Canadian Consulate in your country for the most up-to-date information on animal quarantines.