Aloft Greenville Downtown just became even more pet-friendly than it already was.
Aloft Greenville Downtown announced a new partnership with Lucky Pup Rescue SC to welcome fosters as part of the existing program. The hotel, which allows pets to stay with owners in the rooms and enjoy the hotel amenities together, started a foster program in 2016 that brought in local rescue animals in hopes that a guest would take home the furry companion.
Since the program’s launch in 2016, the hotel has found homes for over 70 dogs.
“We are excited to partner with Lucky Pup Rescue SC as we continue to grow our foster dog program,” said Suzanne Lee, director of sales for Aloft Greenville Downtown. “In addition to helping more than 70 dogs find their forever homes, the program has been extremely well-received by hotel guests and locals. We look forward to building on this success with the team at Lucky Pup.”
Lucky Pup Rescue SC is a Greenville-based non-profit organization that rescues dogs from high-kill shelters, abusive or negligent homes, owner surrenders, or stray situations. The organization has an in-depth screening process that each individual must go through prior to adoption.
The fourth floor lobby has a custom-designed dog house where one foster animal can live while it is looking for its forever home, and getting some much needed attention along the way. The dog house was built by Tindall Architecture who partnered with Wilson Associates Real Estate to make the house a reality. Additionally, Paw Paws USA provides a custom collar and leash for each dog upon its adoption.
Aloft has several other partners including The Noble Dog Hotel, who provides grooming and training during each dog’s stay and a package of complimentary day care and boarding services upon adoption, and Paws & Claws who provides food and a gift card to the new owner.