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Fido feels at home at these dog-friendly Las Vegas hotels

Never leave Fido behind again. Hotels in Las Vegas now let dogs of all sizes share a room with their human companions.

The latest, Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, has a special through July 31.

Guests can stay three nights for the price of two all July, and the resort waives the $50 per night pet fee for one dog under 25 pounds all the month.

The resort also partnered with BarkBox, a service that offers treats for dogs. Guests land a collapsible water bowl, chews and treats, a themed souvenir toy and a squeakless toy for use in the room.

Cosmopolitan isn’t the only dog-friendly resort in Las Vegas. Caesars Entertainment resorts let pets weighing 50 pounds and less stay in hotel rooms at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Harrah's Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Bally's Las Vegas, the Rio and The Linq. Each resort has its own deal for the PetStay program that permits up to two dogs to stay in a room for $50 to $75 per night.

Heading to downtown Las Vegas? Dogs can stay at the Oasis at Gold Spike for $50 per night. Up to two dogs with a combined weight of 100 pounds can stay in these crash pads favored by online shoe retailer Zappos, headquartered nearby.



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