We maintain a network of fully insured and trained dog care professionals in SF with Dog Friendly homes that love to provide a cage-free Bed & Breakfast experience for guest pups. For dog walking clients, in most cases your boarder will be your dog walker so your pup will be able to stay with someone they know very well.
We give priority to our Dog Walking clients we do have limited availability for well-trained non-client pups.
Our boarding rates work just like a hotel (for people). We charge $75 a night ($100 for two pups in the same home), check-in is at 3pm, check-out is at 12pm. If you would like us to keep your pup past 12pm the day of check out, we charge a $35 day care fee. There’s also a $35 fee for check-in’s significantly before 3pm. (These check-in/out fees do not apply if your walker provides the boarding and check in/out is around your pup’s regular walking schedule.)
Dog Walking clients can opt to have their dog walker keep their pup after playgroup for boarding. On the check out day, your walker can walk the pup like normal then drop him off after playgroup.
For non-client pups, we will arrange pick up and drop off with you and the bi-ped providing the boarding.
If you have not boarded with us before, please fill out our Boarding Sign-up form.
"Thank goodness for Who Let the Dogs Out! After a very terrible experience with another dog walker, I was skeptical and anxious about hiring someone new. Lauren was so professional and reassuring from the very beginning and I haven't looked back since. She runs a professional business with dedicated, friendly people. I use WLTDO for boarding, daily walks and occasional mobile baths. It's your one stop shop! Webster's dog walker BJ picks up Webster with no interruption to our afternoon and brings Webster back a smiling, tired dog. The groomers arrive at your door with a smiling face and return about 1hr later with a great smelling, clean dog. When Webster is boarded with WLTDO, I have no doubt that he is in wonderful hands--- the silly pictures and fun texts are always a treat."