Pet friendly places in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya

The 10 Best Dog-Friendly Places In KL & PJ 2019

You’re going out for food at the nearest restaurant. In the second you’re about to close the door you spot Fido. His eyes are begging you for letting him come along. It’s almost heartbreaking to leave him.

We’ve all been in this situation.

But it doesn’t have to be like that! Why not bring him? From hanging out at the local park to cooling down with a delicious refreshment – it’s just way more fun with your best friend by your side.

Even though some public places in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya discourage you to bring your dog, there are tons of pet-friendly locations to pick from. We have listed the 10 best dog-friendly cafes and parks in KL and PJ:

1. Desa ParkCity

The Waterfront at Desa ParkCity is a beautiful location. This spot is a favourite among many dog owners. The large area and all the running tracks allow mutual exercise or just a long colourful walk. Desa ParkCity is also the perfect place for your pup to socialize and make new friends while you relax.

And don’t worry, there’s also room for plenty of fun for owners. The park is surrounded by cosy cafes where you can bring your dog for a delicious snack and a quick rest.

During weekends, it’s common to see events and bazaars where dog owners can shop some delicious food, treats or the latest merch for their pup.

We have written more specifically about The Waterfront and Desa ParkCity Pet Bazaar in another blog post – you can check it out here.

Address: Desa Parkcity, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Desa Park city Pet bazaar

2. Central Park Bandar Utama

This is the only park in Klang Valley that allow dogs.

Central Park is located opposite the New Wing of 1 Utama Shopping Centre. However, Central Park is way less crowded than the huge shopping mall. The park offers long tracks surrounded by trees and a big nice lake. It’s a great place for you and your pup to walk around, relax and enjoy the atmosphere.

If you go to the park on a weekend, I guarantee you that you will meet other dog owners. It’s a fantastic way for you and your dog to socialize.

You can also sign your dog up for obedience training if you think he needs some manners. That’s organized by Canine Sportzclub.

Address: Dataran Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Central Park Bandar Utama

3. Poozie n’ Beach

Poozie n’ Beach is a pet cafe/daycare/grooming service located in Sunway Nexis Kota Damansara.

And don’t let you fool by the Louis Vuitton-vibes from the outside – this posh place is actually for dogs, not handbags.

Pet-owners are loving Poozie n’ Beach and for a good reason. This pet cafe got it all – a lot of dogs, a nice atmosphere and a super friendly staff. Customers can bring their own food or order delivery and enjoy their meals while waiting for their furkids for grooming. And if your pup is extra well-behaved you can check out their selection of dog foods and snacks. 

Poozie n’ Beach is also the only physical location in Klang Valley having PledgeCare air-dried dog food on their shelves.

This place is definitely worth a visit if you’re looking for a great time with your dog. You can check out their Facebook page and Instagram for more information.

Address: C-GF-06 Sunway Nexis Kota Damansara Jalan PJU 5/1, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
Poozie n' Beach

4. The Hound

Looking for a delicious place to eat with your dog? Then you should give the pet cafe, The Hound, a try. They have plenty of food options and the portions are fairly big. Besides that, they also provide water and potties for your furkid.

Another bonus is the staff – they are really friendly and make you and your pet feel comfortable.

The Hound is best suited for smaller pups because of the size of the cafe. However, larger dogs are still more than welcome.

If you want to learn more about The Hound give their Facebook page a visit.

Address: 44-A, Jalan Hujan Emas 4, OUG, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Hound Cafe

5. Essense Cafe by Pets4u

Essense Cafe is a cosy place tucked away in Puchong with amazing coffee as well as non-coffee beverages by friendly baristas and a good array of desserts.

They don’t house any pets, but you are highly encouraged to bring your furkids to visit, provided you obey a few house rules. Occasionally, the cafe also hosts educational pet-related events or workshops of different topics. 

You can keep up with their news here on Facebook for their future events.

Address: 48-1, Jalan Puteri 5/1, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor

Pet friendly Essense Cafe

6. CuBs & CuPs 

It’s definitely a pleasure to be in CuBs & CuPs. The cafe offers an extensive and recently updated food menu – as well as snacks and meat meals for your canine companions. Their fine ingredients and friendly service definitely attract a crowd and is pretty popular, especially on the weekends.

You will also be greeted by their in-house dogs: Nacho, Mango, Taco, Cola; who can keep your furkids occupied while you have lunch. 

Do check out their Facebook and Instagram page for more information.

Address: 22, Jalan 30/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

Cute in-house dogs from CuBs & CuPs Pet Cafe

7. IGO Pet Cafe

Based in Setapak, IGO Pet Cafe is a good place for you and your furkids to spend the day.

If you don’t own a dog but have always wanted one, this is the right place to be at. And if you do, you are welcomed to bring your pup here to play with the in-house dogs of many different breeds (read: Golden Retriever, Shiba Inu, Corgi, Chow Chow and more).

IGO Pet Cafe also offers grooming, daycare and boarding services. You can look them up on their Facebook page here.

Address: No 1-7,PV 128, Jalan Genting Klang, Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur.

8. Petztopia Cafe

Petztopia Cafe is a pet-friendly cafe located in The Strand, Kota Damansara. The cafe offers a wide selection of food on their Western, and recently added, Thai menu, as well as coffee and non-coffee beverages.

When entering the cafe the staff will greet you together with a couple of in-house dogs and a hedgehog. Typically, customers also bring their own dogs so it’s the perfect spot for your pooch to socialize. 

They also provide excellent packages for grooming and boarding services. You can learn more on their Facebook page.

Address: No.42A-1 & 46-1, Jalan PJU 5/20D The Strand, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Cute poodle in Petztopia pet cafe

9. Clawset Cafe

Clawset Cafe is located in Damansara Utama.

Both dogs and cats are allowed in the cafe. However, you’ll need to follow a few simple rules; no pets on the table & no flash photography. Moreover, pets can’t be fed with human food – but don’t worry, Clawset Cafe has a pet-friendly menu as well.

During your visit to the cafe, you’ll be entertained by their well-mannered in-house pets which you can cuddle and pamper. So if you’re a pet-lover that aren’t able to own any pets this is a great opportunity for you.

The owner of the cafe also has a pet salon next door that offers grooming service.

For more information do check their Facebook or Instagram page.

Address: No. 38, 1, Jalan SS 22/25, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

10. Pets Repawblic

Pets Repawblic is definitely one of the newest places in town you can take your furkids to play! Freshly opened just last month, they serve as a playroom, daycare, boarding house and groomers for your pup.

You will find your furkids getting lost in a ball pit, yes you read that right, a ball pit for your furkids. For dog-owners who live in apartments, this place has plenty of room for your pooch to run and jump around – and for cat-owners; Your cat will love the scratch post castles here.

Address: D-G-6, Block D, Jalan PJU 1A/3K Taipan 1, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Collage of photos of pets at a pet playroom

Plenty of other pet-friendly places near you

This is just a small percentage of all the pet-friendly parks and cafes in KL and PJ that are worth visiting.

If you’re looking for more locations like this in Kuala Lumpur, we recommend you check out this article. It runs through 15 pet-friendly places in KL.

For more inspiration, you can give this article, Pet-Friendly Parks And Pubs Around The Klang Valley, a read. We’re sure you will find something in there that suits you.

If you’re living in Penang or planning to go there with your dog, we’ve also made an article, “The 7 Best Dog-Friendly Places In Penang”.

So now there are no excuses for not bringing Fido next time you’re going out.

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14 thoughts on “The 10 Best Dog-Friendly Places In KL & PJ 2019”

  1. There’s a place called KopenHagen in the Mont kiara area that allows dogs! Seen a couple of small breeds there, though I’m not sure about large breeds. There’s also a place called One Half in Paramount, dogs are allowed but only outside. Lastly, there’s a cafe called Huckleberry located in Bukit Damansara. Dogs are only allowed outside and they must be well behaved. Do check them out, would love to see how it goes.

    1. Thanks for your suggestions Chloe! We’re going to Fiesta Nite at Plaza Mont’ Kiara next Thursday where we’ll be having a booth – we’ll make sure to check KopenHagen out.
      We’ll check out One Half in Paramount & Huckleberry as well.

    2. For Kopenhagen Cafe, if your dog (any size, any breed) is well-behaved and doesn’t bark at anything and everything, then yes. I’ve brought my German Shepherd there for a few times. It’s indeed a good place to chill with good coffee and desserts.

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