When my brother and I arrive at the Hyatt Regency on 7-10 for TMC Connect we'll have our two dogs with us, my 60 - 65 pound Labrador Retriever and his 10 pound Cockapoo. They will have traveled cross country with us and we'll be staying at pet friendly hotels along the way. The Hyatt Regency says it's pet friendly but evidently only to small dogs. This is its stated policy: Pet Policy We are happy to welcome your traveling canine companions. To participate in the pet program: Inform the hotel you’ll have a pet (or pets) staying with you at least three days in advance of your arrival. Ask for a referral to a reputable kennel if the Hyatt hotel you are visiting does not offer dog-friendly rooms. All exempt properties have these on file. Keep in mind, only dogs weighing 50 pounds and under or two dogs under a combined weight of 75 pounds are permitted. I did call the hotel to tell then we'd have two dogs but did not say anything about their weight. So we appear to have a potential problem: while the two dogs are under the weight limit my lab's weight exceeds 50 pounds. Does anyone know how strictly this policy is enforced? I don't want to arrive for check in only to be denied because of the weight of my dog. Should I call and ask or should I just book another more per friendly hotel with less severe restrictions. Looking for some informed advice.