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Dog cafes in Bangkok for a fluffy, relaxing afternoon

In religious texts, there are many interpretations of heaven, but not enough that depict a swarm of Siberan huskies you can cuddle with all day long. Let us show you dog cafes check out in Bangkok.

Bangkok has a thousand ways to relax, but dog cafes hold special places in the hearts of those who’ve been there. Different breeds of dogs just so excited to play with you, and you know that the money you’re spending buying food and drinks at the cafe will go towards these furry friends’ livelihoods.

So, let us recommend you some dog cafes in Bangkok for you to spend your next afternoon at.

[Hero image credit: Truelove at Neverland/Facebook]

Dog cafes in Bangkok perfect for a fluffy, relaxing afternoon

Image credit: Dog In Town Ari – Dog Cafe/Facebook

Dog in Town

While you are soothing yourself with a nice drink from the cafe, these energetic dogs will be endlessly running around for a pat on the head and greeting new visitors. Shiba Inu, French Bulldog, Samoyed, and Alaskan Malamute are just some that are in the gang, and to add to the adorability, all the dogs here get their names from Bangkok’s BTS and MRT stations. The original branch is in Ari, but you can also find them in Ekkamai 6 Alley.

More info: Dog in Town
Opening times: Open daily, 11am-8pm
Location: 11/4 7 Phahonyothin Rd, Phaya Thai, Bangkok
Nearest station: Sanam Pao, BTS

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Truelove at Neverland

Spend a day with white huskies — they have over 30 for you to fawn over here. Plus, they are extremely comfortable with the touches and hugs from all the cafe visitors. There are 2 different playtimes throughout the day for you to play with these friendly huskies. What’s more, these dogs really know how to pose in front of cameras, so you’ll definitely have loads of cuteness to show off on your Instagram.

More info: Truelove at Neverland
Opening times: Open daily, 11.30am-5pm
Location: 153 Soi Ari Samphan 2, Phaya Thai, Bangkok
Nearest station: Sanam Pao, BTS

Image credit: Dog Country Cafe/Facebook

Dog Country Cafe

Dog Country Cafe pride themselves as being the biggest pet cafe in Asia, spread over around 4,800sqm and home to over 200 dogs of more than 30 species. Whether you’re just looking to adore some chihuahuas or French bulldogs, or looking to see more uncommon species, they’ve got you covered. Pop by the dog cafe for a drink and a set of dogs, then onto a separate zone for another set. Although it’s a bit far, you can bring some company and make a mini road trip out of it.

More info: Dog Country Cafe
Opening times: Open daily, 9.30am-9pm
Location: 82 39 Phutthamonthon Sai 2, Sala Thammasop, Thawi Watthana, Bangkok
Nearest station: Taling Chan Junction, SRT

Image credit: Corgi in the Garden/Facebook

Corgi in the Garden

We don’t trust anyone who doesn’t adore corgis, and this place is home to a dozen of them. Be sure to get plenty of rest and bring your A-game, as these corgis can sometimes be highly playful and seemingly never run out of energy. Plus, watching all those wiggly corgi butts is just something you can’t enough of.

More info: Corgi in the Garden
Opening times: Tue-Sun, 11am-6pm
Location: 338/1 Kallapaphruek Road, Bang Wa, Phasicharoen Bangkok
Nearest station: Phetkasem 48, MRT

Image credit: Big Dog Cafe/Facebook

Big Dog Cafe

Big Dog Cafe’s furry friends come in a lot of different breeds and sizes, but the highlights are definitely the bigger ones. Some of them are gigantic, of rare breeds, and have taken part in dog contests. The gang will be let out in small groups at regular intervals, and you will get to enjoy the dog shows led by their respective caretakers. Apart from taking tons of photos, you’re allowed to feed them with treats prepared by the cafe as well.

More info: Big Dog Cafe
Opening times: Thu-Tue, 10am-7.30pm
Location: 358 21 Ruam Nam Chai Alley, Lane 2, Khlong Chaokhunsing, Wang Thonglang, Bangkok
Nearest station: Lat Phrao 83, MRT

Dog cafes in Bangkok for a fluffy, relaxing afternoon

Vichayuth Chantan

Digital Writer, Drinks and Dining

Writer by day and skinny legend by night, Vichayuth focuses on the hospitality industry of Thailand. You'll often find him at a bar finding new friends, discovering new drinks, and silently judging you from across the room.

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