If your pooch loves being pampered, this could be the perfect job – the Canine Critic.Booking website Hotels.com is looking for their first ever doggy reviewer to test out pet-friendly hotels across the world.
The winner will enjoy 10 nights in dog-friendly hotels – and their owner gets to come too, of course.
Travelling with your pet has become increasingly popular as Hotels.com research reveals reviews of dog-friendly hotels have increased by 62% in the past two years.
Each year the Kennel Club receives thousands of entries from all around the world, carefully selecting he best dog photographs in ten categories: portrait, man’s best friend, dogs at play, dogs at work, puppy, oldies, young pup photographer (for entrants under 11), I love dogs because (for entrants between the ages of 12 and 17), assistance dogs, and rescue dogs.
The site now has a new category in its annual Loved by Guests awards: Best for Pets to help pet-owners find the best place to stay for them and their furry friend.
To get your pets paws on the Canine Critic prize, you need to enter between today and 25 August, through the Hotels.com Instagram page.You need to upload a picture or video of your dog, tagging @hotelsgotcom and including the hashtag #CanineCritic. Liz Oakman, Senior Director and General Manager EMEA, from Hotels.com Brand said: ‘We love our pets more than we love our other half at times, so it’s no surprise that we’ve seen a huge increase in travellers wanting to take their furry plus one on holiday with them.
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‘At Hotels.com, we want to make sure you find the paw-fect place to check into, so we’re excited to add a Best for Pets category to our Loved by Guests awards – but it doesn’t stop there.
‘Our hunt for a Canine Critic is our way of ensuring our pet friendly hotels really are up to ‘scratch’ with a four-legged expert’s ‘paw of approval.’