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7 Pet Hotels In Singapore That Will Give You Peace Of Mind

Pet Hotels Serving All Kinds Of Animals Great & Smol

For parents of furkids, choosing a pet boarding service that is both safe and fun for your furry ones may seem daunting.

This is especially in light of the recent saga surrounding Platinium Dogs Club, which thrust the local pet boarding industry into the spotlight.

However, this shouldn’t be the case as there are still many other honest pet boarders that love animals just like you do!

Here are some pet boarding facilities in Singapore that you may want to let your furkids try, and who knows, you might just find your next reliable match.

The following is in no order of preference, FYI.

1. Mutts ‘N’ Mittens

If you are an ardent animal lover, this place may just be for you.

Not only will you get the much-needed boarding service for your pet, you will also play a part in animal welfare efforts.

Proceeds from pet boarding sales will go towards helping animals they have rescued receive medical care and find new homes.

There are single and double rooms available, and your canines will get adjustable food and water bowls, as well as elevated dog beds.



The following dog boarding rates include a daily walk and exercise session, as well as meals. For other service rates, please take a look at their detailed chart here.


Other than short-term pet-sitting, they also offer long term – more than 6-month stays – just in case you take a long holiday.

Just take note that your pet’s vaccinations must be up-to-date — no less than 30 days and no more than 12 months before check-in.

Your pet will also need to be at least 5 months old and have completed 3 vaccinations.

Location: 59 Sungei Tengah Road, The Animal Lodge, Blk B #01-03/04, Singapore 699014
Opening Hours: 9am-6pm
Contact No: +65 6583 7371
Website: Main Site, Facebook, Instagram

2. Wanderlodge

Here, you have a 2-in-1 place where both your canines and felines can stay as they have separate boarding facilities.

All furkids, dogs and cats alike, will enjoy a cage-free air-conditioned environment.

For dogs, expect to have daily walks and play time, a huge space to roam and explore, and trained staff to supervise and monitor them at all times.


For cats, you can choose from two choices — a private suite or a shared room.

Private suites are suitable for cats who are shy and prefer to be alone, or cats of the same household.

Shared rooms, on the other hand, will promote social time for cats to play together.


Prices are as follows:


Should you want to arrange for a viewing of the place first, do note you’ll have to make an appointment.

Location: Stratton Dr, Singapore 805946
Opening Hours: 8.30am-6.30am
Contact No: +65 9169 9093
Website: Main Site

3. Petopia International

For the high SES pet owners, this is one place you won’t want to miss.

Claiming to be Singapore’s finest pet hotel, salon and spa centre, they offer bespoke spa treatments, fine styling, hotel and daycare, and healing therapies for lucky pets.


Expect prices to be on the higher side as they bring in Japanese expertise and technology for their spa, styling and healing services.

Your pets can also expect personalised attention as each pet guardian takes care of at most 5 pets at a time.

Location: 26 Jalan Kelulut, Singapore 809043
Opening Hours: 11am-7pm
Contact No: 6886 9056
Website: Facebook

4. Up For Paws

If you want to enroll your dog at this daycare centre, you might want to prep him/her up beforehand.

This is as not all dogs will be accepted. Instead, they’ll have to undergo a behavioral assessment to ensure the safety of the pack as a whole.


They will also have to be neutered dogs with up-to-date vaccinations and flea control.

Activities here include socialising with other dogs, going on pack walks, napping to soothing music, and solving food puzzles.

Prices are as follows:


In addition, if your dog is adopted, you’ll get a 5% discount for daycare and boarding services!

Location: 31 Eng Kong Terrace, Singapore 599004
Opening Hours: 8am-6pm on weekdays, closed on weekends
Contact No: +65 9168 2600
Website: Main Site, Facebook, Instagram

5. Catopia

Exclusively for felines, there are executive rooms for those who want to pamper their kitties or those who have a family of cats.


Cosy and spacious cabins are available and can accommodate 1 to 2 adult cats, or 3 small cats.


In addition, cats that are not aggressive will get plenty of playtime in the play lounge.


Prices are as follows:


Location: 406B Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427634
Opening Hours: 10am-5.30pm (Mon-Sat)
Contact No: 9388 8893
Website: Main Site

6. Happy Dog Care Centre

As the name suggests, dogs can play happily here, under supervision, at their natural rainforest-themed indoor playground containing an obstacle course.

The obstacle course comprises of tree houses, tree trunk “tunnels” and wooden platforms.



They also have webcams in case you miss your dog, but you’ll need internet connectivity.

In addition, you can also attend workshops by professional dog trainers in different areas of interest, like Agility, Obedience and Dance training.

Just note that these only occur on certain days and additional charges may apply.

Do enquire directly with them on their different options and packages.

Location 1: 793 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 269765
Location 2: 42 Kim Keat Road, Singapore 328816
Opening Hours: 9am-7pm (weekdays), 9am-6pm (weekends & public holidays)
Contact No: 6252 5242
Website: Main Site

7. WheekyCavies

This is for the little ones – the guinea pigs, chinchillas, rabbits and hamsters.

Your pets will be housed in custom-made cabins, and the fleece bedding is changed daily while feeders are cleaned daily.


Food-wise, high quality feed of fresh timmy hay and pellets are served.

And if you are worried about not seeing your furkids for a long period, they will keep you updated with photos and videos.

Prices are as follows:
Chinchillas: $12/day
Hamsters: $4.50/day
Rabbits: $11/day
Guinea pigs: $9/day

Location: Woodlands Street 13, Block 185C, Singapore 733185
Opening Hours: 2pm-8.30pm (weekdays), 2pm-5pm (weekends)
Contact No: 8205 4199
Website: Main Site

We all love our pets dearly

When you are choosing a pet boarding house for your pets, the main thing you should consider is whether the boarding house is suited to your pet’s unique needs.

To that end, it is absolutely crucial that you pay a visit to check out the premises.

Feeling confused with the sheer number of pet boarding houses available? Just remember you’ve got this as you know your furkid best!

Featured image from Mutts N Mittens.

Daphne Yow

Daphne was so obsessed with her brother's giant Snorlax plushie that he got her the exact same one.

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