Redhound’s friendly, knowledgeable staff helps pet owners and their big ole schweeties navigate an extensive collection of food, toys, and accessories for dogs and cats. Learn healthy, dog-friendly recipes from the Bubba Rose organic cookbook ($14.95), or harness hounds to an OllyDog leash ($24) for a jaunt through the neighborhood, the park, or a rival farmer's pumpkin patch. While pups can chow on Redhound’s array of organic dog food and gnaw on a large natural cow dog toy ($20), feline compatriots can nibble from a dainty PetWare ceramic dish ($22) to refuel from a long day of napping in the windowsill. Furry friends are welcome in the store, and are welcomed with a complimentary treat.
Inside Planet Canine’s 1,400-square-foot converted warehouse and outside in its spacious, fenced-in yard, the happy sounds of frolicking dogs can be heard as animal-loving staffers supervise up to nine hours of daily outdoor playtime. Led by canine enthusiast Kate Marden, the staff watches over pups as they cavort on play structures and splash in shallow pools during the hot summer months. After playtime, dogs rush indoors to be fed Merrick wheat- and corn-free food before bedding down on blankets and bath rugs. Each canine lounges in his or her own area on overnight stays, for naptime, and during writing sessions for poetry composed entirely of panting and barking noises.
We're a new kind of store, focused on healthy food and top-quality accessories & supplies for pets. Everything we do centers around helping our customers maintain the health of their pets, and enrich their lives. At Woodlands Pet, you can treat your pet family with the same loving care as the rest of your family...
At AlphaDog, leash-less pups romp freely through 5,000 square feet of outdoor astroturf while their human companions are working or vacationing. Before basking in the sunny lawn, four-pawed friends undergo a temperament trial (a waived $25 value) to ensure they can politely cavort with others and won't affix Kick Me signs to unsuspecting playmates. Starting at 7 a.m., owners can drop off their furry friends for 12 hours of daycare or 24 hours of boarding. Puppies and small breeds caper about in a separate small-dog yard, and all pups pile into separate beds for rest time, drifting into squirrel-populated dreamscapes.
Combining personal training with play-care, The Grateful Dog caters to canines with an active and stimulating schedule plus a 1:6 handler-to-dog ratio. Over the course of each 12-hour play-care session, day-tripping doggies will enjoy two to three walks, including jaunts to breezy Fort Mason, as well as one-on-one time with a trainer and play time with a handler. The Grateful Dog also pampers pups with organic treats, filtered water, and mini massages before letting them loose to run in circles and bark at invisible aliens free of guilt or any sense of propriety.