Kennel Club at Epcot

Filed in: Epcot, Offbeat & Unexpected
Disney cast member Nicole McBee greets Betsy, a Shetland Sheepdog,and her owner Brittany Salazar (age 10) outside of the Kennel Clubat Epcot.

Lucky Dog — Disney cast member Nicole McBee greets Betsy, a
Shetland Sheepdog, and her owner Brittany Salazar (age 10) outside
of the Kennel Club at Epcot in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Walt Disney
World Resort guests don’t have to leave their cuddly pals out in
the “doghouse,” with five kennels located across the Vacation
Kingdom – one at each Disney theme park and one at Disney’s Fort
Wilderness Resort and Campground. Although designed to house cats
and dogs, the kennels at Walt Disney World can also accommodate
various other pets –such as birds, ferrets, small rodents, rabbits
and non-venomous snakes – provided the pet-owner supplies a
carrying case. The Kennel Club at Epcot is the only kennel to offer
a dog-walking service. (Disney)