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OORR Pet-Friendly Policies

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Many guests ask, “Can I bring my pet?” And our answer is YES. More than ever, we are adopting a pet-friendly policy at Ozark Outdoors Riverfront Resort. But don’t leave home without some very important items:

•Dogs should be on a leash while on property
•Pet poo cleanup supplies
•A kennel, or other comfortable place to house your pet if you don’t plan to take them on the river. (Tying them to a tree is not an option)
•A food and water bowl. We take pet care very seriously at Ozark Outdoors. Do not leave yours unattended or without the basic necessities for life
•A doggie life-jacket. We offer a limited supply for sale at our Meramec Mercantile
•Clipped nails for their ride down the river. We do allow dogs in our boats, but ask that you make sure their nails are smooth. Any damages will be your financial responsibility. (NEVER tie your pet to watercraft)
•Good training. Please respect others and make sure your pet is properly trained to prevent them from being a nuisance

Management reserves the right to remove pets and their owners for inappropriate behaviors, especially if they disturb or endanger other guests.

Pet friendly floating

Pampered Pets

$15.00 plus applicable sales tax per pet per night in all lodging units

Please call 800-888-0023 today to make sure you and your best friend get the spot you want.

Housebroken pets are allowed in ALL lodging units. Costs of damages will be charged to reservation owner in addition to basic pet reservation fees if necessary.

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Damages to any Ozark Outdoors property is subject to financial penalty, to be determined by management, and/or followed with prosecution to the full extent of the law.

Prices are subject to change without notice.

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Phone: 800-888-0023
Fax: 573-245-6839

**For a fully comprehensive list of ways to protect your pooch, read Summer Pet Tips 101 from a California veterinarian. You won’t want to leave home without checking some of these out.