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The following list summarizes the services of 10 providers of the best dog daycare in San Francisco.
You can bet you’ll be grateful when you pick your tired and happy pooch up from The Grateful Dog! This facility boats calming music, other dogs of the same size to play with, and plenty of toys to keep your dog busy.
The Grateful Dog’s rates start at $35.00 for a half day of daycare, and $50.00 for a full day. There are also packages available in either half days or full days, as well as monthly packages. No matter what you choose, your dog will have fun visiting their other furry friends and spending the day playing!
Get in touch with The Grateful Dog today to book your reservation!
The staff at PlayBow Dog Daycare know that every dog is an individual, and take the time to get to know your pooch when they start staying at this facility. Plus, they don’t overcrowd. PlayBow allows a maximum number of 35 dogs together, to keep thing safe and manageable.
Give PlayBow a shout today to arrange for your pooch’s next stay!
3. K9 Playtime
At K9 Playtime, your dog will enjoy socializing with plenty of other pooches, and you’ll be glad that they are getting rid of all their energy so they’re relaxed and peaceful when you get home from work.
You can book your dog in for $46.00 a weekday, or $58.00 if you need to drop them off on a weekend. They also offer packages for a more affordable price, or monthly packages. If you only need your pooch to spend half days in daycare, there are options for that too!
Ready to book your pup’s next stay? Call K9 Playtime today!
It’s tough leaving your dog at home alone all day. That’s why Fog City Dogs offers doggy daycare where your pup will get to play while you’re away. With climate controlled indoor spaces, playground equipment, and all the toys your pooch could want, you’ll feel good dropping your pup off here.
Fog City Dogs offers customized daycare packages, so your pooch will get exactly what they need. Dogs are separated by size and temperament, which ensures all dogs are comfortable together.
Give Fog City Dogs a shout today and reserve your pup’s next stay in one of their two locations!
5. Wag Hotels
With plenty of daycare options available, Wag Hotels is a great place to drop your dog off for the day while you’re at work! Dogs of all breeds, sizes, and energy levels are welcome to stay at this facility. Plus they offer cat daycare too!
Wag Hotels offers several different daycare services, including all day plays to burn all your dog’s energy, day stays if your pup likes a mix of playtime and resting, and one-on-one activities with Wag Hotels’ staff.
Does this sound like it could be the daycare for you? Give them a shout and arrange your don’t next stay!
The folks at High Tail Hotel love dogs, and want to make sure they have the best time while staying at their facility. Dogs are grouped by play style and energy to make sure your pup stays with other dogs they’ll get along with.
You can book your pooch in for a half day for $25.00, or a full day for $39.00. If your dog stays at High Tail Hotel for more than 5 days a month, then each day goes down to $36.00.
Ready to make a reservation? Give High Tail Hotel a shout today!
Hounds are welcome, but they won’t spend the whole day lounging at this doggy daycare. With plenty of space to run around in, dogs and toys to play with, and activities to keep dogs from getting bored, your pooch will have the time of their life at Hound Lounge!
Hound Lounge offers separate areas for small and big dogs, and works hard to keep the space sanitary. Staff watches and plays with the dogs all day, so they’re never left alone. They also offer special puppy care options if you’ve just welcomed a new family member!
Ready to find out more? Get in touch with Hound Lounge!
8. Pet Camp
Want to make sure that your pooch gets to have fun while you’re spending the day at work? Send them to Pet Camp, where your pooch will play, learn, and come home tired and relaxed!
There are several daycare options available, starting with all day play for $55.00, or K9 Enrichment catered to each individual dog. You can also get one of their daycare packages, to keep things more affordable and easier to schedule for you.
Ready to book your reservation? Call today!
9. Dog Club
Not only does Dog Club offer plenty of playtime and activities to keep your pooch busy, the trained staff will also work on your dog’s obedience while they’re staying at this facility. Your pooch will be happy and well-behaved when they come home from Dog Club!
With plenty of daycare options and packages available, your pooch will get exactly what they need. Dog Club also has pickup and drop off services, which will make your busy day a lot easier!
Give Dog Club a shout today and get your pooch ready to have fun and learn!
10. Moulin Pooch
Are you searching for a daycare geared towards smaller dogs? Check out Moulin Pooch! With a weight limit of 45lbs, this facility is perfect for keeping your little shih tzu busy while not having to be afraid of larger dogs.
Moulin Pooch offers several different daycare services and packages. Book your dog in hourly, daily, or by half day. There are also packages available in 10, 20, and 30-day increments. While staying at this daycare, your pooch will play with other dogs of similar size, plenty of toys, and will get a midday walk.
Get in touch today to book your pooch’s reservation!
Evelyn is a writer and dog lover living with her roommate and their foster dog Bacon. In her spare time you can find her curled up with a book, out for a jog, or listening to true crime podcasts.