Dog Boarding in San Francisco
Find a loving dog sitter to watch your dog overnight at your sitter's home.
Check out the dog boarding options in your neighborhood:
Why choose Rover dog boarding in San Francisco?
Dog sitters in San Francisco are unique because they'll treat your dog like family. You'll drop our dog off at your sitter's dog-friendly house, where your pup will receive all the comforts of home while you're traveling. It's a simple, affordable, and trusted way to book dog boarding in San Francisco.
What makes San Francisco a great city for dog owners?
Whether you call it SF, The City by the Bay, or just San Francisco, there's something about this city that dog owners love to call home. With all of the amazing parks and ocean views, it's no wonder so many pet parents enjoy living here, and there are plenty of loving Rover dog sitters in the city who'd love to spend some time with their pups. When visitors are in town, San Francisco dog owners love showing off landmarks like Alcatraz and Lombard Street or popping down to Pier 39 for some trendy eats.
Which San Francisco parks should I visit with my dog?
Looking for a place to blow off some steam with your pup? San Francisco has some truly incredible dog parks. Bernal Heights Dog Park is a scenic 35-acre, off-leash dog park that provides amazing panoramic views of the city. Fort Funston Dog Park is a fun place to visit, but keep in mind it's also frequented by horseback riders, gliders, and bicyclists. This next park is notable for being a resting place for hundreds of species of migrating birds, which is reason enough to visit! It's Pine Lake Dog Park, and it's also full of great hiking trails and a dedicated off-leash section of the park for your dog. Located in the Diamond Heights neighborhood, Glen Canyon Dog Park is 35 acres of beautiful wooded trails and canyons. For the ultimate in dog-friendly recreation, be sure to check out Duboce Dog Park. Dog walkers love this park, and there's even an annual DogFest held there to celebrate man's best friend.
Which neighborhoods in San Francisco are good for dog owners?
Alamo Square features Victorian architecture, including the iconic painted ladies homes seen in many depictions of the city. Balboa Park, sometimes referred to as Mission Terrace, Cayuga, or Ingleside, includes the soccer-specific Boxer Stadium. In Eureka Valley, there's The Castro, where you'll find rich cultural history in Harvey Milk Plaza, and slightly up the hill, the Pink Triangle Park on 17th Street at Market. Established in 1848, San Francisco's Chinatown draws more tourists each year than the Golden Gate Bridge. Ready to catch a show? Check out the Fillmore Auditorium, or wake up early and browse the year-round farmers market with your pup at Fillmore Center Plaza. There's plenty to see and do in Fisherman's Wharf, including visit the Cannery Shopping Center, Ghirardelli Square, and Ripley's Believe It or Not museum. You can catch great views and hike plenty of hills in the parks around Golden Gate Heights. There are over 2,500 stairs and 14 blocks of steps in the neighborhood! Plus, see the famous The Red Victorian hotel in Haight-Ashbury, and the annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair in June.