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Grand Lodge Peak 7 Breckenridge - can resale owners bring their dogs?

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Hi all -

Appreciate everyone's patience as I bring up this topic again...I just don't have the time this week to search on TUG.

Working to help my SIL buy a resale in Breck...she would only consider if she can bring her dog.

Appreciate current GLP7 resale owners chiming in on if dogs are allowed.

Thanks much!

The Kid

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From the website but I feel like I've seen warnings that this is only for retail owners?
The Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is dog-friendly for owners only. Service animals are allowed on the property for any guest. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) rule defines a “service animal” as an animal that has been individually trained to work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. An animal whose sole function is to provide emotional support, comfort, therapy, companionship or therapeutic benefits or to promote emotional well-being is NOT a service animal. We appreciate your adherence to Colorado state law. Pets can be kenneled at The Dog House in Breckenridge.
 

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Yes.

But you need to have a dog friendly unit reserved. If you did not specifically reserve a dog-friendly unit, you cannot bring a dog.
 

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Yes.

But you need to have a dog friendly unit reserved. If you did not specifically reserve a dog-friendly unit, you cannot bring a dog.
Thanks much...I wonder if that really limits reservations for an owner vs one who does not need to bring their dog.
 

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I only have experience reserving Winter Plus season. Good weeks are extremely hard to reserve. If you need President's week or a March break week, don't count on ever being able to reserve any unit, let alone a pet friendly one. I was lucky once to get a March week because I was on the line within one second of the reservations opening, and there were no pet friendly units available.

If you own a Winter season week (not Plus), or any other season, there should be no problem reserving a pet friendly unit. Or should I say dog friendly - dogs are the only pets allowed.
 

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When BGV send you their copy of the confirmation add your pet to it. They want name of dog, breed, weight. If you can’t bring the dog I think they will alert you of such.

It was my understanding that resale owners did not have pet privileges or could not book bonus time.
 

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I only have experience reserving Winter Plus season. Good weeks are extremely hard to reserve. If you need President's week or a March break week, don't count on ever being able to reserve any unit, let alone a pet friendly one. I was lucky once to get a March week because I was on the line within one second of the reservations opening, and there were no pet friendly units available.

If you own a Winter season week (not Plus), or any other season, there should be no problem reserving a pet friendly unit. Or should I say dog friendly - dogs are the only pets allowed.
Hi. What is the difference between Winter Plus and Winter? Is that the 51 - 52 weeks?
So glad I am seeing this post as I am looking at a Grand Timber resale hoping for early Jan/mid March ski vacations and what you are saying is that is not a great idea. If it's a 2/2 LO would I have a good chance with it being ski season in CO of trading on II to get into the weeks I was hoping for? If I had an OGS or stalking II consistently?
Thanks for your feedback.
 
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