About getting started

You’ll need to provide proof of your dog’s complete and up-to-date
  • Rabies
  • Bordetella
  • Distemper/Parvo
  • Leptospirosis
  • and K9 Influenza vaccinations
The Leptospirosis and K9 Influenza vaccinations are a recent addition to our required list because of the current breakout of those two infections in Los Angeles.
We require each dog over 8 months of age to be spayed or neutered.
Before your dog can start coming to Dogdrop, we need to meet them in person to see if Dogdrop is the right place for your dog. When you bring your dog in for a Good Fit Test, we’ll evaluate how comfortable they are in our space, along with how they interact with our Droperators and other dogs. The test typically lasts between 30 minutes and 2 hours, depending on how much time your dog needs to settle in and show us their true personality.
To get started, we’ll need some information about you and your dog, which you can provide here. We’ll ask about your dog’s history, some health information, and a few other things. The last step of the intake is booking an appointment to come in.
Now that your dog is in, you can try us out for a free week. The free week is to help you get an understanding of how Dogdrop fits into your schedule and to give your dog time to get used to this new routine. We recommend easing your dog in so they can get used to being in this new space. Start with a few hours at a time and see how it goes from there!

About our pricing

You can view our pricing here. We offer drop-in pricing or monthly membership plans to help you save.

Where are you located?

We are located in the Los Angeles Arts District at 905 E. 2nd Street, Suite 110, Los Angeles, CA. 90012. There are tons of apartments, office buildings and things to do, so even if you don’t live or work in the neighborhood, you can drop your dog off while you grab a drink or check out a gallery
Our daycare hours are Monday-Friday 7am-9pm and Saturdays 3pm-10pm. Our space is also available to rent Saturday mornings and Sundays.

About our facility

Our team of super qualified Droperators. They know how to do everything from training to CPR and beyond, and they’re all about providing the safest and most engaging group dog experience based on your pup’s individual needs.
We do not have overnight boarding at our Arts District location.

No. Acceptance will be based on our Good Fit Test evaluation.

Our Arts District location is indoors, but is designed to be open, airy, and have plenty of natural light. We believe indoor care is the safest for the dogs, and they get plenty of exercise and stimulation from being in a group dog environment.

We currently offer training and will be offering grooming starting in 2022.

Our compostable poop bags and biodegradable wipes are available now. Our durable dog bowls will be available soon, along with several other new products launching in 2022.

About our philosophy

Care means a lot of things, but to us it’s about creating the right environment at Dogdrop to help dogs have the safest, cleanest, most engaging group dog experience possible. It’s also about helping dog parents provide better care to their dogs at home, with our line of personal care products.

We have room for all personalities, and will work with your pup on his/her social skills. You might be surprised at how they do in the right social environment.

We strive to be as sustainable as possible in everything we do, particularly when it comes to reducing waste in our services and using all natural and full circle products.