and Kittens Like Santa Too
Would you like a photo of your pet visiting Santa Claus?
Pets are always welcome to visit with Santa. Why should they be left out. After all, they are part of the family. Aren't they? While we do welcome you to bring your pet anytime, we do recommend doing so on one of our slower days such as a Monday. And the earlier you come the smaller the lines are too.
We recommend not bringing pets on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays just because those days are our busiest and it is more considerate to children waiting in line (since it generally takes longer for pet visits).
All we ask is that you respect a few "house" guidelines during your visit.
1) No other children or visitors allowed in Santa's House who are not with your party while your pet is in Santa's House. Safety is a primary concern.
2) Santa Claus or the attending photographer has the right to refuse or end a visit with an animal for any reason. Again, safety is a primary concern. We have never refused a pet, however, we do reserve the right to do so if we feel the animal's temperament is too uncontrollable or aggressive.
3) Please be respectful to others in line waiting to visit with Santa. Not all people are "pet people" and may not want pets around their small children. It is best to bring another adult with you so that if your pet becomes anxious in line you will be able to have one of your party stand in line to hold your place while you walk your pet.
4) For Dogs: Please walk your dog before entering Santa's House so that he/she has a reduced urge to mark new territory.