In case, pets weight more than 20 lbs (9kg), they will be transported in the cargo hold (More info)

Most airlines accept pets weighing 20 lbs or less in the cabin and no more than 100 lbs in the cargo hold. Larger dogs that do not meet the requirement of the cabin will be transported in the cargo hold. Before booking your flights with a pet, it is always advised to check any seasonal restrictions the airline may have.

San Francisco

Sauntering on “the bridge that couldn’t be built,” peeking into the cell house which was once home to notorious prisoners on Alcatraz Island, digging into the architectural treasures offered by the Presidio, hiking to the top of Twin Peaks to marvel at the beauty of the mountains, rendezvousing with the inner child in you at Walt Disney Museum, fanning your flames of curiosity while exploring exhibits at the Exploratorium are things that you absolutely need to do while in San Francisco. And that’s not all, but few of the ample ways San Francisco surprises its vacationers. The City by the Bay, indubitably, is a complete package for the human travelers but what about their closest pals? If the very thought has been hovering in your mind and restraining you from planning a vacay with your pet, then buck up because San Francisco is a terrific host to your darling companion as well. There are loads of attractions and events to amuse your four-legged kid.

Sprint at Baker Beach

Walking your dog is that one errand you have to run at any cost and what’s better than to do it on the beach having shiny sand and clean water with the spectacular view of the Golden Gate in the background. Though dogs are allowed to romp sans their lead here, the only thing that raises concern is absence of fences.

Get wet at Crissy Field Park

Sand that your pooch would love to dig its claws in, water that your pup would love to take a swim in and a sprawling space your Fido would love to frolic in, certainly your canine would love you to the core for taking him/her to the Crissy Field Park for a fun outing. Doggie water fountain and designated washing stations are major highlights of the park.

Clink glasses at Canines & Cabs

Apart from owning interesting spots for your dog to run around in, there’s more to this scintillating city. Gather at The Winery SF to have a gala time with your furry friend while gulping some of the finest flavors of wine. That’s not all! Your doggo is also in for some complimentary treats; fret not, they’ll be non-alcoholic. Brace yourself and your doggie to bask in the afternoon sun sitting at the patio while relishing your drinks.

Sashay at Barktoberfest

Doll your doggie up for you’ll be taking him/her to the dog costume contest and parade held only once a year at Point Isabel Dog Park where your pooch will strut along the shoreline while competing with other furry fellows to impress the judges and stand a chance to bring home prizes, such as “best dog costume,” “best dog-and-owner combo,” “best pack,” “best homemade costume,” et al.

Dine at Universal Café

A+B47:B51fter all the hustle and bustle of a long day, your furry patron would get famished and yearn to grab a bite or two. Universal Café located at Mission District in an exuberant neighborhood is an eatery friendly to dogs and has special arrangement of outdoor patio seating for them. Your pet would enjoy people watching while devouring some scrumptious food.

With all these exhilarating activities to do in SF, there’s not even an iota of doubt that you’re packing your pet’s stuff too, along with your own things. Go insane in San Francisco!

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