I want to use this thread as a place to gather whatever factual information we can about Disney’s policies on dogs at the resorts. Things seem to be in flux at the moment, and I expect the policies will be refined as time goes on. So, if you’ve been given policy information by Disney, whether by phone, e-mail, or in person, please share it here. Ultimately, we’ll use the information gathered here to build a FAQ thread, like the ones we have for refillable mugs and smoking. Here’s what I’d especially like to see posted here: >> Rules for pet owners, such as how long pets can be left alone, how barking dogs or other behavioral problems are handled, the number/breed/weight of dogs allowed per room, etc. >> Specific sections of resorts where guests with dogs are placed. If you bring a dog with you, let us know the location of your room. >> Locations where dogs can be walked, and any accommodations like special receptacles for waste in the area. If you’re told by a CM that you can’t take your dog into a specific area, let us know about that, too. Here’s what WON’T be permitted in this thread: >> This is not a debate thread. It’s for trip-planning information ONLY. Posts about how you love or hate having dogs at resorts will be deleted without comment. There are other threads on the board where you can debate. >> Criticism of guests with dogs, or criticism of people who complain about dogs, will be deleted without comment. >> Please don’t get into long back-and-forth discussions about whether a certain policy is bad, dumb, etc. When we get a FAQ put together, you can discuss policy there, as we do on the other FAQ threads. What I’m after here is pure information gathering and sharing. Post your policy complaints on one of the other dog-related threads. >> Wild rumors and speculation don't belong here. Post things like "I saw on Facebook that Disney's going to allow people to bring Komodo Dragons!" on another thread. Hopefully, the information we’re collecting here will be helpful to guests who wish to bring their pets along. It will also be of use to guests who wish to avoid resorts and areas of resorts where they’re likely to encounter dogs.