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Most of the dogs that have been adopted through the Bleau Adopts program have been Fontainebleau Miami Beach employees. But there have been a couple of exceptions. “We work with a lot of vendors who visit us often. One time a vendor from New York fell in love with our featured dog. He called his partner, who flew in from New York that evening. The next day they went to the Humane Society of Greater Miami, where the dog was from, and adopted him. They all flew home together later that same day. We receive photo- graphs from the couple and their New York dog all the time, now,” said Soffer. The Bleau Adopts program is an extension of


Fontainebleau’s existing pet program, which offers spacious rooms and exclusive amenities to four-legged guests, including a complimentary dog tag with “return to” information, in- room pet movies, and an on-premises, ocean-side dog park. Their sister property, Turnberry Isle Miami, is also dog


friendly and may soon incorporate the adoption program. “We’re consulting with other luxury properties that may be interested in developing a similar program,” said Soffer, who is the parent of three rescue dogs.


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Pet policy: Allows up to two pets up to 50 pounds each. There is a one- time, non-refundable $100 cleaning fee per pet in the room. Pets should be leashed or restrained at all times in public spaces. Fontainebleau.com or call 877.512.8002. Humane Society of Greater Miami - HumaneSocietyMiami.org


A Journey With Friends to Florida’s Gold Coast.


Four Tampa area ladies, Ruth Berg, Julia Belcher, Heather Cranford and Lynne Tonte often travel together with their pups. One of their favorite Florida staycations is the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort in Amelia Island. They always try to visit at least once a year as the resort is so welcoming of their four legged companions. Recently, seven of their dogs traveled with them to Amelia Island and enjoyed the property’s amenities including nights by the fire pit. The hotel clerk was so taken by Fifi and fell in love with her. Once in their ocean view room, Dolce Maria (left) quickly found the Omni sup-


plied refreshment bar (aka as the water bowl). The resort has shopping, restaurants, walking paths through lush greenery and a beautiful pool. “Beach side walks with the pups is one of our favorite things to do,” said Lynne Tonte.


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Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort is on 1,350 acres at the tip of a barrier island just off the Northeast Florida coast. Luxurious oceanfront accommodations, championship golf, full-service spa. Pet policy: Up to two pets under fifty pounds each. First floor rooms are reserved for guests bringing pets. There is a $100 non-refundable cleaning fee, applied at checkout. Out of their rooms, dogs must be leashed at all times. OmniAmeliaIslandPlantation.com or call 904.261.6161.


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