Hilton hotels in Britain are serving a Christmas dinner to dogs in December, Time Out reports.
The three-course meal is open to dogs whose owners book a room at a pet-friendly Hilton in December.
More people are flying with pets than ever, and airlines are coming out with pet-friendly policies.
Hilton hotels in Britain that allow pets are serving Christmas dinner this December, but it's just for canines, Time Out London reports.
Dogs will be served a turkey "howliday" roast and herb-infused steak bites with "christ-mutt" pudding for dessert, along with a non-alcoholic "single mutt whisk(er)y," according to Time Out. The Hilton collaborated on the menu with veterinary nutrition experts at DogFriendly, Time Out reports.
The meal will be served in 71 Hiltons across Britain from December 3 until December 31 to pets whose owners book a room at the hotel, according to the same article. Hilton has a list of participating hotels on its website.
More people are interested in traveling with their pets than ever, founder and CEO of Next Vacay, said in a press release, as Insider reported.
According to Next Vacay, the demand for pet-friendly airlines increased by 950% over the last year, and airlines like Alaska Airlines and JetBlue are some of the best options.
According to the report, Alaska Airlines has low fees and flexible policies for flying with pets, permitting dogs, cats, rabbits, and household birds in the passenger cabin.
JetBlue has a free program called JetPaws that provides pet owners with tips about traveling with animals, and passengers traveling with pets can earn 300 JetBlue points on each flight.
A Hilton representative didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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