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Pets Get Their Own Loyalty Program at San Diego's Hyatt Regency

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November 12, 2010 at 8:55 AM | by | Comments (0)

Now you have an incentive to bring your pooch with you to the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina. Fifi can rack up her own points in hotel's new loyalty program for pets.

Similar to the Hyatt Gold Passport program for humans, Gold Pawsport rewards pets for their frequent stays. The more stays pets add to their passport, the bigger the prizes, which include everything from gift certificates to personalized ID carrier tags.

First-time furry guests are treated to a special $5 menu of haute doggie cuisine, including Breath Bustin Biscuits, Woofie Cookies, Snicker-Poodles and Mission Bay Liver. And in case that Mission Bay Liver tempts your taste buds, feel free to steal some bites; the all-natural food can be consumed by humans. Your four-legged pal can work her way up to Pawsport perks like stainless-steel bowls and beds.

To be enroll in the program and be allowed in rooms, pets can weigh up to 50 pounds. Pet-friendly rooms start at $189 per night, plus there's a daily $30 to $50 service fee for dog guests.

[Photo: Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina]

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