MID-ATLANTIC LODGE PET POLICY
Mid-Atlantic Lodge doesn’t own pet friendly rooms.
Information for local pet keepers is available at the Lodging Front Desk and every time a customer request a pet friendly room during a reservation is informed that Mid-Atlantic Lodge doesn’t own pet friendly rooms and that information is sent to the customer ahead of time.
Below is the transcript of AFMAN 34-135 in reference to this matter:
“3.5. Occupant Responsibilities in the Facilities and Guest Rooms. Occupants are responsible for their conduct and the conduct of their guests and/or family members while in government lodging. Their actions should not infringe on the rights of others. Note: Guests who are accompanied by Americans with Disabilities Act service dogs are authorized to stay in lodging facilities, regardless of an approved local pet policy and are exempt from paying any additional fees above the nightly room rate. For additional guidance on Americans with Disabilities Act requirements concerning service Animals, see the Air Force Services Center Installation Support Portal.
3.5.2. Pets in visiting quarters are not authorized.
18.104.22.168. Guests who violate this policy by housing pets in non-pet friendly rooms will be charged cleaning fees based on the actual expenses incurred to return the room to available inventory. (T-1). Guests who violate this policy are subject to eviction as determined by the lodging manager; appeals should be made through the Force Support Squadron Commander or Director.”