The Complete List of the Best Pet Boarding Centres in Singapore

When it comes to taking holidays, every pet owner’s biggest headache is finding someone they can trust to care for their pet while they’re away. While friends may be an option, they may not always be available.

The Importance of Choosing a Licensed Pet Boarding Facility

Before you decide on a boarding centre for your beloved pet, understanding the significance of choosing a licensed facility cannot be overstated. Licensed centres are regulated to ensure they meet stringent health, safety, and operational standards, providing peace of mind that your pet is in a safe, clean, and professionally managed environment.

Dog Boarding Centres

Here’s a list of NEA-approved pet boarding centres that go the extra mile to give you that peace of mind while you’re abroad. We’ve also included the things to look out for before checking your pet into a boarding centre!

1. Pampered Pets Relocation and Lodging


Google rating: 4.4 (8 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (6 reviews)

For over 10 years, Pampered Pets has been a leading provider in Singapore’s pet care industry, offering services like pet taxi, pet relocation, and pet boarding. Not only are they a member of The International Pet and Animal Transportation Association (IPATA), but they also hold significant accreditations from The Animal & Veterinary Service (AVS) and are NEA-approved, showcasing their commitment to quality and safety.

Recognised globally by Qantas as a reputable pet travel specialist, Pampered Pets ensures your pet enjoys a safe, clean, and comfortable environment. Their facilities, equipped with comfortable beds, soothing music, and regular cleaning, along with the added benefits of daily walks and live webcam access, explain why many customers trust and commend Pampered Pets for treating all dogs as their own.

Camp boarding

1 pet2 pets3 pets
Small dog$80$140$180
Big dog$100$180$240

Junior suite

1 pet2 pets3 pets

Premium suite

1 pet2 pets

Address: 1 Vista Exchange Green, The Star Vista #01-14/15, Singapore 138617
Phone: 6694 0936
Email: [email protected]

2. Breakfast at Fluffy’s

Dogs staying at Breakfast at Fluffy's

Google rating: 4.6 (104 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.3 (12 reviews)

Based on a quote from the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the similarly named Breakfast at Fluffy’s is a dog hotel that promises a cage-free stay. Dogs are free to wander its 120 square metres (sqm) large premises, which is decorated with plush, Victorian-style furniture.  

Their pet boarding services include activities for dogs to release their pent-up energy, organic meals and weekly showers. At night, dogs are grouped together based on gender, size and temperament. Night vision CCTV monitoring also ensures that your pet is in good hands. 

Furthermore, the centre is fully air-conditioned, making it great for dogs like huskies.

Rate per night*$65$65 - $75$85$95$115

*This rate applies to the 10-day package.

Address: 318 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427569
Phone: 9690 9876
Email: [email protected]

3. Fyfy’s Love Pet Services

Dogs staying at Fyfy’s Love Pet Services

Google rating: 5.0 (86 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (181 reviews)

Named after the founder’s beloved pup, Fyfy, this pet boarding service has consistently received 5-star reviews from their satisfied customers. The facilities are said to be clean and safe, and Karen, the founder, provides daily updates to anxious pawrents who are away. 

Moreover, she takes time to get to know each dog and accommodates them accordingly. She even gives pawrents dog training tips!

On average, boarding a dog rates start from $45 per night. You may wish to contact Karen for an accurate quote.

Address: 90 Joo Chiat Road, #02-01, Singapore 427384
Phone: 9026 0492
Email: [email protected]

4. Wagging Tails N Playful Paws

Wagging Tails N Playful Paws

Google rating: 4.9 (74 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (40 reviews)

For owners with extra large dogs that find it hard to find boarding centres for your pooch, Wagging Tails N Playful Paws has plenty of reviews from pawrents in the same boat. 

Besides 2 daily outdoor walks and playtime with other dogs, this boarding centre also has a large indoor pool for your dog to swim in under a watchful eye. A 30-minute swim session with a shower comes free for pets staying more than 14 days. However, it can also be added to a shorter stay at an additional cost.

SmallMediumLargeExtra Large
Rate per night$70$80$90$95

Address: 40 Yio Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 545555
Phone: 9029 7714
Email: [email protected]

5. Furmummy


Google rating: 4.6 (36 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (45 reviews)

As a daycare, boarding and grooming centre, Furmummy’s goal is to care for every dog like a baby. A stay with them promises a fun-filled time for your pup as they enjoy 2 outdoor walks daily and playtime with other furry friends in the airy indoor playground.

Pawrents have also given raving reviews about the frequent updates they receive as well as the great food that’s given to their pets. 

Furthermore, Furmummy provides supplementary services such as pick-up and drop-off, and homemade meals with human-grade meat and vegetables for your pup. 

Their deluxe room is best suited for 1 small to medium-sized dog, while the premium suite can fit 2 small-sized dogs comfortably.

Number of catsPrice
Rate per night1$79 per night
Premium suite1 – 2$99 per night

*Holiday and extra-care surcharges may apply

Address: 505 Balestier Rd, Singapore 329846
Phone: 9150 7150
Email: [email protected]

Cat Boarding Centres

A common worry among cat owners is their pet’s inability to adapt to a boarding centre. This list of cat hotels may just provide you with the home away from home that your feline friend needs.

6. Nekoya Cat Hotel

Nekoya Cat Hotel boarding area for cats

Google rating: 4.9 (218 reviews)

Nekoya has 3 outlets in Jalan Kayu, King Albert Park and Kampong Bahru respectively. For frequent flyers who need to send their cats for boarding often, there are 3 tiers of membership to consider for the best savings.

Litter boxes will be filled with fresh pine litter for every feline and the place is fully air-conditioned. However, there are other additional charges for social media updates ($5/day) and longer play times ($15/hour).

All reservations are to be made 3 days in advance, while pet taxi services are to be made 2 days in advance.

Number of catsPrice
Private cabin1$30 per night
Twin sharing2$64 per night
Deluxe / Vacation cabin1 large cat$33 per night
Premier Suites3 - 4 cats$128 per night

*3rd cat onwards: $25 per cat per night
**Long term rates begin from $31/night

Email: [email protected]

Jalan Kayu
Address: 247A Jalan Kayu #02-01, Singapore 799471
Phone: 6972 9845

King Albert Park
Address: 9 King Albert Park #02-20, Singapore 598332
Phone: 6969 6278

Kampong Bahru
Address: 59 Kampong Bahru Road #02-01, Singapore 169367
Phone: 6926 6470

7. The Kitty Kampung

The Kitty Kampung

Google rating: 5 (4 reviews)

Cat owners can find peace of mind when entrusting their beloved pets to The Kitty Kampung. Besides thoughtfully designed cabins for your cat to enjoy, they also use low-stress handling techniques with all cats that stay with them.

Nervous pawrents can drop by for a drink with their cats to check out the space before dedicating to a stay. They can even set up video calls to check in during their pet’s stay.

Number of catsPrice
The Kampung Cabin1From $46 per night
The Kampung XL1 – 2From $68 per night

Address: 321 Alexandra Rd, #03-17, Singapore 159971
Phone: 8949 5574
Email: [email protected]

8. Happy Rolling Cat Boarding

Happy Rolling Cat Boarding

Google rating: 4.6 (28 reviews)

Located in a shophouse in Geylang, Happy Rolling Cat Boarding offers multiple boarding options for owners to choose from. 

If your cat is social and loves to be around other felines, the multi cats playground option for a minimum 2-week stay, is great for him to interact and stay with other cats. But if your pet is more of a lone ranger, the Deluxe Free Roaming and Cabinet Boarding services will allow him to have an area all to himself.

Number of catsPrice
Deluxe free roamingAny (cats must be from the same household)From $60 per night
Multi cats playgroundShared between multiple cats from different households$15 per night
Large cabinet boarding1 – 2From $32 per night
Extra Large cabinet boarding1 – 2From $42 per night

Address: 479 Geylang Rd, #02-01, Singapore 389438
Phone: 8752 3600
Email: [email protected]

Boarding Centres for Dogs and Cats

If you have cats and dogs at home and would like to find a boarding centre that accommodates both types of pets, check out this list below!

9. Battlestar Boarding

Battlestar boarding center

Google rating: 5.0 (45 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (35 reviews)

Known as the first sci-fi-themed pet boarding hotel, Battlestar Boarding’s owners believe that your pet should have a vacation when you’re on one too. The boarding centre is kept clean with an antimicrobial pet-safe solution and is monitored with a 24-hour CCTV.

Dog owners can schedule a swimming excursion for their pooches every Wednesday at $50 per session, or $305 for 7 sessions.


Rate per night$65$70$80$90$100
7-day package$400$435$500$570$600


1 cat2 cats
Rate per night$45$60

Address: 56 Sembawang Road Hong Heng Mansion #01-05, Singapore 779086
Phone: 8891 3518
Email: [email protected]

10. The Collar Club

Frontal view of The Collar Club

Google rating: 4.8 (120 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (25 reviews)

An AVS-licensed pet boutique, The Collar Club promises the best possible care for both cats and dogs. The hotel is equipped with CCTV cameras and is supervised 24 hours. Additionally, the rooms are fully air-conditioned, and grooming and spa services are available. 

To ensure that the needs of your pet are met, he will be placed with dogs of a similar temperament. Cats stay in single cabins, although owners can request that cats of the same household be put together during playtime. 

Also, in the event of an emergency, the staff will liaise with a nearby veterinarian to give your pet immediate care. It’s best to make a reservation 2 months in advance as suites get filled up quickly.


Number of dogsSmallMediumLargeSuite
Additional dog$37.50$42.50$47.50$60


1 catAdditional cat

River Valley
Address: 478 River Valley Road, Singapore 248363
Phone: 8768 3484
Email: [email protected]

Punggol Northshore*
Address: 418 Northshore Drive, Northshore Plaza 2 #02-10, Singapore 820418
Phone: 8764 0136
Email: [email protected]

*Pets aren’t boarded here. However, you can bring your pet to this branch and he’ll be transported to the River Valley outlet for boarding. This service is chargeable at $40 for a roundtrip.

11. Mutts & Mittens

Mutts & Mittens

Google rating: 4.8 (187 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.9 (74 reviews)

Mutts & Mittens offers 2 room options: the single room (170cm x 240cm) or the double room (340cm x 480cm), which will house pets from the same family that can get along. You’ll, however, be charged based on the weight of your pet.

The rate includes:

  • 24-hour live CCTV access
  • Monthly tick and flea prevention
  • Weekly basic grooming (ear cleaning, clipping nails and showering); applicable only for dogs who board for a minimum of 4 nights
  • 2 walks a day (bio-breaks); excluding check-in and check-out days
  • Premium kibbles
  • Reheating of food (if required)


Small or mediumLarge or extra-large
WeightUp to 20kg21kg and above
Rate per night$50$60

*$5/night surcharge applies on the eve of public holidays and public holidays.


Rate per night

Joo Chiat
Address: 412A Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427637
Phone:  6583 7372

Sungei Tengah
Address: 59 Sungei Tengah Road, Blk B #01-03/04, Singapore 699014
Phone: 6583 7371

12. The Wagington

The Wagington Royal Suite

Google rating: 4.0 (97 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.5 (234 reviews)

If you believe that your pet deserves the best, The Wagington is the perfect place for a pet staycation. They offer luxury boarding options for both dogs and cats, with 4 room types for the former and 5 for the latter.

With spacious interiors, fully equipped facilities and attentive staff, there’s absolutely no reason for you to consider anywhere else!


Number of dogsJunior suiteSuperior suiteJunior Garden suiteGrand Garden suiteRoyal suite
Number of cats Cabin feline suiteImperial feline suiteDoghill feline suiteRoyal feline suitePalace feline suite

*Non-peak rates; inclusive of webcam services

Address: 27B Loewen Road, Singapore 248850
Phone: 6471 1689
Email: [email protected]

Boarding Centres for Small Pets

Aside from dog and cat boarding centres, there are facilities that cater to owners with hamsters, rabbits, or small furry creatures. Let’s have a look at these boarding centres!

13. Bunnify Rabbit Boarding

Bunnify Rabbit Boarding

Google rating: 4.8 (19 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (93 reviews)

If you’re looking to board your rabbit, why not consider Bunnify Rabbit Boarding? The premises are air-conditioned and fitted with a CCTV to closely monitor your pet. 

Cleanliness is a priority as the rooms are sanitised with a non-toxic veterinary-grade disinfectant. The play areas and litter boxes are also changed daily. Single playpens are 1m x 1m in size, while pens with 2 or more rabbits are larger, measuring 2m x 1m.

Pellets, hay and fresh distilled water are changed daily, and a daily serving of vegetables is provided. To give you peace of mind, pictures and videos of your rabbit will be sent to you too!

1 rabbit2 - 3 rabbits4 rabbits or more
Rate per night$22$20$18

Address: 357 Admiralty Drive, Singapore 750357
Phone: 8774 1766
Email: [email protected]

14. The Fluffy Hut

The Fluffy Hut

Google rating: 4.9 (55 reviews)
Facebook rating: 4.9 (95 reviews)

The Fluffy Hut is equipped with 5 years of experience and accommodates various small pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, and hamsters. Within their spacious premises, your little furry pet can relax in a fully air-conditioned pen that’s monitored by CCTV cameras.

You can also view the premises before boarding your pet (on an appointment basis). Do note that a deposit is required before the reservation is confirmed.

HamsterGuinea pigRabbitChinchilla
Rate per night$20$35$40$35

Address: 492 MacPherson Road, Singapore 368199
Phone: 8899 0186
Email: [email protected]

15. WheekyCavies

WheekyCavies pet boarding centre for guinea pigs

Google rating: 4.9 (35 reviews)
Facebook rating: 5.0 (189 reviews)

WheekyCavies was started to meet the need for boarding options for small pets. At affordable rates, food and water will be provided for your little one at no extra charge. Should your pet be sick before or during boarding, medication will be administered for free as well.

Males and females will have separate play sessions and won’t be allowed to interact at all. If your hamster is staying over, do bring his cage and accessories along to make him feel at home.

HamsterGuinea pigRabbitChinchilla
Rate per night$5$9$11$12

Address: Block 185C Woodlands Street 13, Singapore 733185
Phone: 8205 4199
Email: [email protected]

What to do Before Checking Your Pet into a Boarding Centre

Puppy, hamster, rabbit, and kitten

Sending your pet to a boarding centre doesn’t have to be a complicated process. Here’s a handy checklist of what to do before boarding your pet.

Check Admission Requirements

Each pet boarding centre or hotel has different admission requirements. It’s important to ensure that your pet fulfils the requirements as he may be rejected if he fails to comply with the stipulated guidelines. Some common guidelines include being sterilised or vaccinated.

Prepare Health Records

Check the pet boarding centre’s website for the required vaccinations, and make sure that your pet’s health records are updated.

If your pet has a chronic health condition, ensure that he has enough medication for the duration of his stay. Also, it’s best to include the contact details of your vet in case of emergencies.

Liaise with Staff Regarding Food

Some pet hotels may provide meals during the stay (for free or at an additional cost). However, if your pet is picky with food, you might want to prepare his favourite meals for the duration of his stay. 

For boarding centres that provide meals, talk to the staff to see if they can accommodate your pet’s dietary restrictions and allergies.

Take Note of the Pet Boarding Centre’s Amenities

Different pet hotels offer different amenities such as 24-hour live webcams, air-conditioning and grooming services. Before boarding your pet, check if the centre provides the amenities that you and your pet need for a comfortable stay.

Ensure Your Pet is Ready

Some pet hotels may require your pet to undergo a temperament check. During the assessment, the staff will determine if he’s suitable for the facility.

Alternatively, they may list the temperaments they can accommodate on their website. It’s best to read through the list to determine if your pet is suitable.

For pets with separation anxiety, it’s advised to pack your pet’s favourite toy or an item that has your scent on it such as a piece of your clothing.

FAQs About Pet Boarding Centres in Singapore

It’s not advisable to leave your pet alone while you go on vacation. Apart from basic needs like food and water, pets have social needs too. Thus, you may want to consider placing your pet at a boarding centre.

At a pet boarding centre, your canine or feline friend will be cared for by trained professionals who will fulfil their needs.

Yes! Most pet boarding centres are professionally run and provide the necessary amenities for your pets. If you’re anxious about leaving your pet at a boarding centre, you can check the reviews and visit the centre before letting your furry friend stay there.

Your dog may or may not like boarding depending on his temperament. To make the transition easier, pack his favourite stuffed toy for his stay at the boarding centre.

The cost of boarding varies based on factors such as the room type, type of pet and number of pets. This is the average range for pet boarding in Singapore:

  • Dog boarding: $60 to $110+ per night
  • Cat boarding: $35 to $100+ per night
  • Small pet boarding: $15 to $20 per night

Here are some tips to prepare your pet for boarding:

  1. Schedule a visit to the boarding centre or hotel.
  2. Introduce your pet to a crate or carrier and let him get used to it.
  3. If it’s permitted, do a trial run at the pet boarding centre to see if your furbaby can adapt well to the new environment.
  4. If there are no hiccups, board your pet at the centre.


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