Postmore Kennels 753 McClay Rd, Novato, CA94947 Postmore Kennels offers a variety of day care and boarding services for dogs. Postmore provides two separate yards, one…More for large dogs and one for smaller dogs. All dogs must show proof of vaccination for Rabies, DHLPP/Corona and Kennel Cough before they can be admitted.
All Aboard Dog Grooming 183 San Marin Dr, Novato, CA94945 All Aboard Dog Grooming offers a friendly and comfortable environment for your dog to be groomed. This groomer will wash…More the fur, comb it down, trim the hair as needed and clip nails. There is also a special gated area in front of the counter where dogs can wait before they are groomed. The store can even gently cut your dog's ears if they are causing any problems. All Aboard offers competitive pricing for all of its grooming services.
Marin Humane Society 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd, Novato, CA94949 The Marin Humane Society has a number of dogs, cats and small animals available for adoption. It has a full inventory of…More all animals available online. Visitors with dogs may enjoy either the large or small dog park that is located over the bridge from the main parking lot. It is conveniently just off the freeway in the Bel Marin Keys area of Novato.
Small Dog Inn 1 Dove Pl, Novato, CA94949 Small Dog Inn is a kennel and pet boarding facility. It features hotel calibre amenities for dogs of any breeds. Owners…More can choose between traditional kennel and private boarding accommodations. Additional services include day care, grooming and pet portrait sessions. This kennel also provides pet transport services to and from homes within Novato and Terra Linda.
Romar Kennels 402 Indian Springs Rd, Novato, CA94947 Romar Kennels provides a safe and fun place for your dog to stay. It charges $25 a day, with a $2 discount for each…More additional dog. There are connected indoor/outdoor runs and a temperature-controlled facility. Romar offers regular grooming and personalized care and feeding for each animal. Please note that reservations are required for boarding.
The creation of Dogbone Meadow in the early 2000s was a labor of love by volunteers led by the late Chuck Deatrick. A…More core group plus folks from the city maintenance staff did all the heavy lifting. The park is part of a larger undeveloped city park called O'Hair Park.
A path of woodchips winds around an open grassy area about the size of a football field, and the whole area is surrounded by chain-link fencing. There are several play structures for the dogs, such as hurdles and tubes. Water bowls and poop scoopers are available. Note that there is no bathroom for human beings at the park.
Many dog owners walk around the perimeter, sometimes chatting with other dog owners or listening to iPods, while their dogs play off-leash in the center area. Watch out for dogs charging full speed for a ball or flying disc.