We love animals. We really do. In fact, we have our very own little beast. A lovable, hairy, smelly representation of a creature, all one hundred and forty five pounds of him.
As you can see, he's really energetic too. Loves to travel.
But we don't bring him to Brian Head. At least, not any more.
You see, dogs tend to get a little hypoxic at that altitude, just like people do. And, sometimes, they get confused. Just like we do. And they sometimes forget that all important concept of "house training". Now, the last thing we need is to have a few animals get into the house, and start "marking their territory". Once one does it,any other beloved pet that follows will smell it and do it also. Next thing you know, we've got really smelly carpets.
And worse, issues with potential allergies. Some people are allergic to animal dander, especially cats, and sometimes their allergies can manifest as asthma. Now asthma is not a good thing in general, but at ten thousand feet altitude, and a half hour away from the hospital (in good weather), asthma can be a really bad thing. In fact, it can be a deadly thing.
So, for the health and welfare of our future guests, please give the critters a kiss and a hug, and leave them home.
Pets are NOT allowed on the premises.