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This is my first time for this dog cafe. And it will be the last time too.
There were too many persons in that tiny little shelter and too many for each dog.
Dog looked very tired but could not get anywhere else as there...More
Visited on sep sunday at 11.30 am cafe was already packed n had to wait for 10min to get in. Seats were dirty n uncomfortable , DOGS WERE ALL SLEEPING UNDER ROW OF TABLES IN CENTRE OF CAFE AND UNDER OTHER DINERS FEET. Uninterested Staff...More
Place looked like a lot of fun in first sight, but the dogs are tired of all the attention they get.
The dogs are mainly used as toys and props for their pictures by Asian visitors.
If you want to the feel the love of...More
The place is in a quite part of town and very well maintained. You would be asked to take off your shoes before entering so try wearing socks before leaving. There is no entrance fee but you must order something from the menu. You can...More
No entrance fee but you have to order at least one menu per person. You will be asked to take off your shoes before entering the cafe. All dogs are clean and friendly. You can also buy treats for them (if you want them to...More
Food and drinks are nice and affordable. Loveeee the furkids!! They're so friendly and well trained. However they only come to you if you give them treats which you have to purchase from the cafe.
It can get really crowded in the late afternoon even...More
The 1.1 km walk from the nearest BTS station (Ekkamai) to the cafe was easy but it was the heat that made it uncomfortable. Take a taxi for a cooler and faster alternative.
No entrance fee is required but it is compulsory for every customer...More
To go there, you have to take BTS to Asoke station and walk to Honda/toyota showroom side, and then take a local bike for 20baht to go there if you not wiling to walk for about 10mins walking distance under the sun. First thing about...More
Came by to this place in the afternoon (4pm-ish) with my 11yo girl who loves dogs so very much. We had to wait abt 10mins because of the long waiting list but its okay coz the place is comfy enough with many chairs/a bench to...More
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