10 dog friendly spots in Singapore

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The ruff guide! 10 dog friendly spots in Singapore
31 Mar 2017

The ruff guide! 10 dog friendly spots in Singapore

With an increasing number of Singaporean dogs finding forever homes, it’s unsurprising that pet-related services and pet friendly F&B establishments have also mushroomed up over the years. Take your furkid out for a day of sunshine and new neighbourhoods to explore at some of these places we’re sharing:

Dog-friendly Swimming Locations
31 Mar 2017

Dog-friendly Swimming Locations

Sunny Heights 

Sunny Heights operates as a doggie-swimming pool and a pet daycare; this happy place also offers grooming services by Fur & Away Pet Grooming Salon and houses a pet-friendly cafe. And if your four-legged friend isn’t too fond of the water, no fret, the professionals at Sunny Heights have a step-by-step guide to teach them how to be hydroponic (it’s a life skill, after all). Admission rates to the pool start at $14/hr for small dogs.

Sunny Heights is located at 110 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288000, p. +65 6314 9363. Open daily 9am-630pm. Swimming pool opens daily 1pm-630pm, closed on Tues & Fri 2pm-3pm (for pool maintenance).

Tanjong Beach Club
31 Mar 2017

Tanjong Beach Club

For a long time now, Tanjong Beach Club is the place to be every weekend with its chill music, ice cold drinks, good vibes, and of course, endless amounts of sand for you and your canine companion to frolick around. Though pets aren’t allowed in the beach club’s pool, the sea is at their disposal for unlimited swimming fun. Plus, your pup is allowed off-leash to mingle with other animal counterparts.

Tanjong Beach Club is located at 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942, p.+65 6270 1355. Open Tues-Fri 11am-10pm, Sat & Sun 10am-10pm. Closed Mondays.

Wagington
31 Mar 2017

Wagington

This 5-star pet hotel comes with everything you can imagine to pamper your favourite pooch – think luxurious pet ‘rooms’ with orthopaedic beds, PAWdicures, gourmet dining, and even limousine service! Even if you’re not looking to board your pet at The Wagington, doggie (and human) guests are allowed to use their fibreglass bone-shaped pool, starting from $22/hr per dog.

The Wagington is located at 27B Loewen Road, Singapore 248850, p. +65 6471 1689. Open Mon-Fri 730am-730pm, Sat & Sun 830am-730pm. Bonepool is open daily 9am-730pm.

Pet Stop
31 Mar 2017

Pet Stop

Establishing themselves as a hydrotherapy center for dogs, Pet Stop advocates the benefits of swimming for dogs. We can’t disagree especially since swimming means your pooch gets some exercise too. Prices start from $10 (member)/$15 (non-member) for small breeds.

Pet Stop is located at 800 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534670, p. +65 6281 2271. Open daily 11am-8pm.

Dog-friendly Cafes
31 Mar 2017

Dog-friendly Cafes

Casa Verde

Located at Singapore Botanic Gardens, Casa Verde is one of the few eating establishments in Singapore to allow pets. Take a walk around the lush greenery of Botanic Gardens before the both of you settle in to a well-deserved brunch or dinner. There isn’t a specific menu for dogs but dog water bowls are provided for their furry patrons.

Casa Verde is located at 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569, p. +65 6467 7326. Open daily 730am-11pm.

Ah B Cafe
31 Mar 2017

Ah B Cafe

Run by the same person behind Sunny Heights, Ah B Cafe offers food for both humans and dogs; so this is one of the few places where you and your canine pal can dig in at the same time. If you know your pet’s special day, they also make birthday cakes for him, for an extra treat since he’s been such a good boy.

Ah B Cafe is located at 110 Turf Club Rd, Singapore 288000, p. +65 6811 1408. Open Tues-Fri 130pm-9pm, Sat 1030am-9pm, Sun 1030am-7pm. Closed on Mon.

Happenstance Cafe
31 Mar 2017

Happenstance Cafe

Located on the fringes of the city, Happenstance is a welcoming, cozy cafe that assures you and your pooch are happy and well-fed. Offering Western dishes for the humans and their specially-curated menu for dogs, this is one of those laid-back cafes that you can drop into on a lazy weekend afternoon.

Happenstance Cafe is located at 35 Opal Crescent, Singapore 328425, p. +65 6341 7871. Open Mon-Fri 12pm-10pm, Sat & Sun 11am-10pm.

Paws N Pans Cafe
31 Mar 2017

Paws N Pans Cafe

The people behind Paws N Pans Cafe are extremely passionate about animal welfare and wellness.. Their two-storey fun house is fully air-conditioned, equipped with all sorts of obstacle courses for your pets to try their paw at, and of course no cafe would be complete without that specially crafted menu for you and your pooch.

Paws N Pans Cafe is located at 327 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427584, p. +65 6509 6506. Open Mon-Tues, Thurs-Fri, 1pm-10pm, Sat-Sun 12pm-10pm. Closed on Weds.

Paw Pet-radise
31 Mar 2017

Paw Pet-radise

One of the few pioneers of the pet-friendly cafe trend, this establishment has incorporated Asian selections on the human menu, and cleaner nourishment for the furkids. This safe, spacious environment is the place to be if you want to meet and make other furry friends. Plus point, parking is convenient.

Paw Pet-radise is located at 530 Balestier Rd, #01-07 Monville Mansion, Singapore 329857, p.+65 97473295. Open Mon, Wed, Thurs 5pm-11pm, Fri 5pm-1am, Sat 12pm-1am, Sun 12pm-11pm.

Sun Ray Cafe
31 Mar 2017

Sun Ray Cafe

Situated in the friendly neighbourhood of Serangoon Gardens, this homey cafe offers food for both dogs and their humans. The best part about Sun Ray is the partition separating spaces for patrons with dogs and those without, so pet owners don’t have to worry about their dog hassling others and customers can enjoy their meal how they want.

Sun Ray Cafe is located at 79 Brighton Crescent, Serangoon Gardens, Singapore 559218, p. +65 6283 8700. Open Mon-Tues 6pm-11pm, Wed-Fri 11am-11pm, Sat-Sun 10am-11pm.

This story first appeared on City Nomads.

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