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Woman Tests The Bounds Of A Hotel Pet Policy By Bringing Her Large Dog

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Lindsey Partridge, who in 2015 created Harmony Horsemanship, an organization that helps riders better understand their horses, told ABC News she was driving down from Pontypool, Ontario, to Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, when she decided to check into her hotel.
That’s when she spotted a dog in the lobby of the Supreme 8 in Georgetown, Kentucky. She said she remarked to the receptionist that she didn’t realize the hotel had a pet policy and joked she had a few horses outside.

“The receptionist said, ‘Oh, I don’t care. Sure, bring them in!'”

The receptionist is the real star of this story. The horse is just being lazy as hell and watching TV. Big deal, butterstuff. Everyone wants to crown this fucking horse but not me. The horse didnt do anything of note. The receptionist is a different story.

If I was a receptionist at a hotel, you could do whatever you want. Wanna bring in your horse? Fine by me. Film a porno? You betcha. Wanna vomit on the carpet all night long because you were chuggin beers til the wee hours of the morning? Have at it, fellas. You could not pay me enough to care.

Additionally, I’d steal so many razors and shampoo. I’d have more toilet paper than you could possibly dream of. Working at a hotel seems like the perfect place to work if you like to steal just a little bit. I dont condone larceny but who am I to stop a hotel employee from skimming a few robes off of the top? Why should I stand in the way an employee having hotel luxury shampoo at home? There is no good reason. So to this receptionist, I say kudos.

A note to the owner’s who said, “We did not know she was going to bring the horse into the facility. We are pet-friendly and it is [for pets] 25 pounds and under. We had no knowledge of it being in the room.”

Fuck you.