Pet Boarding in San Francisco


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  • Pets Unlimited
    When a haggard, helpless stray pup wandered into the backyard of Mrs. Carter H. Downing house in 1940, he had no idea he was about to trigger the creation of one of San Francisco's most respected animal hospitals and shelters. After searching fruitlessly for a safe shelter for the dog, the determined Carter Downing took the frightened animal home with her, along with all of the other pets caged up in the local pound. After setting up her own impromptu pet adoption agency, Downing proved to be successful at connecting stray and homeless pets with loving families. More than 65 years later, Pets Unlimited carries on Downing's vision, maintaining a network of foster care, community education programs, and a 24-hour veterinary center. The work of the dedicated staff keeps dogs and cats off the streets and puts them right where they belong⎯in the loving arms of humans and Sesame Street characters. To support their work, a portion of the proceeds from their top-notch veterinary center goes to support Pets Unlimited's charitable vet care, shelter programs, and adoption services. Doting pet parents can bring in their pets for routine checkups, dental cleanings, and boarding, all the while supporting the noble causes of connecting abandoned cats and dogs with nurturing homes.
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    2343 Fillmore Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • K9 Playtime
    You won’t see cages line the walls at K9 Playtime. Instead, you’ll notice an open indoor environment where dogs can romp, sip from fountains burbling with fresh water, and socialize with other canines and friendly staffers. To make their stay even more accommodating, the facility installed certain zones with K9 grass, a durable artificial sod specifically designed for dogs to aid in proper outdoor potty training. In addition to keeping them happy and active, this social environment makes dogs more receptive to behavior training. Using positive methods, K9's pet experts can correct issues such as separation anxiety and fear- and insecurity-based aggression toward strangers, as well as help potty train them. At the end of the day, furry visitors either go home or stay overnight for boarding, sleeping on comfortable beds. Staff members are always present to ensure safety and security.
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    590 Brannan St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Who Let the Dogs Out
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    1819 Polk St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Fog City Dogs
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    1488 Lombard St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sir Pet
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    5214F Diamond Heights Blvd
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Wonder Dog Rescue
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    650 Fillmore St
    San Francisco, CA US
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