Home to 1,000 dogs per square mile, West Hollywood is one of the most pet-friendly cities in the world. In West Hollywood, our pets are considered to be important members of our families and communities, and the city's pet policies reflect this attitude as well as our core values of freedom and civil rights. West Hollywood was the first city in the country to outlaw the de-clawing of cats, the second city to ban sales of dogs and cats in pet stores (to combat puppy mills) and the third city in the country to legally designate pets "companions" to their "guardians." If your companion will be accompanying you to West Hollywood, visit some of these pet-friendly destinations:
Andaz' Pet Program, available for a $100 one-time fee, permits one 50-pound dog or two dogs with a combined weight of up to 75 pounds. The Pet Program includes a doggie bed, two bowls and day care at a local, cage-free petcare facility.
Pets up to 25 pounds are welcome at the hotel with a one-time fee of $110 and damage waiver. Pet arrangements should be made before arrival.
The Charlie accepts dogs up to 60 pounds for an additional fee.
Pets are welcome at the Grafton for an additional $100 fee.
Le Montrose allows pets up to 30 pounds with a $100, one-time fee.
Up to two pets under 40 pounds are welcome in each Le Parc Suite with a $100, one-time fee per suite. Each suite includes water and food bowls and dog treats. Pet packages, organized by "Bella the Boston Terrier, Director of Pet Relations," may also be available.
Garbanzo, the London West Hollywood's resident English bulldog, welcomes other pets to his luxurious hotel. For $20 per night plus a one-time cleaning fee of $100, one pet up to 25 pounds is welcome in each room.
Mondrian Los Angeles accepts pets up to 20 pounds for a one-time fee of $100 with signing of a pet waiver.
For a one-time fee of $125, Palihouse accepts dogs of any size or breed.
Petit Ermitage permits small dogs for a one-time fee of $150.
The Sunset Marquis accepts up to two pets under 10 pounds in each room for $200 per two weeks, plus any applicable damages.
The Sunset Tower's pet policy provides dog beds, bowls, treats and a pet dining menu designed by Bisou, the staff beagle and Director of Goodwill, for a one-time, $100 fee. The hotel is adjacent to William S. Hart Park, a leash-free dog park.
Pets are welcome at the San Vicente Bungalows for a one-time fee of $50.
The Standard accepts dogs up to 125 pounds for a $100, one-time fee.
Pet-Friendly Shopping and Dining
In West Hollywood, you’ll often see people out walking and dining with their pets at outdoor cafes and coffee shops, and unique pet stores, dog washing services, and animal care businesses are located thtroughout the city. Because of the strong animal protections and pet culture in West Hollywood, many businesses offer special services and offer dog treats and water bowls for pets. For a detailed list of pet-friendly West Hollywood businesses, visit our page on BringFido.com.
Dog Parks and Resorts
William S. Hart Park, located next to the Sunset Tower Hotel, is a small, off-leash dog park open from 6:00 a.m. to midnight. This neighborhood hangout for local dogs features wood-chip flooring and benches for pet guardians. If you’d like to take your dog hiking, West Hollywood is in close proximity to Runyon Canyon Hiking Trail and Dog Park in Hollywood, an off-leash park which offers a moderate workout in the Hollywood Hills with a view of the Hollywood Sign.
The Club Beverly Hills, nestled on the border of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, is an exclusive country club where expert staff provides specialized care and attention to each dog. The Club Beverly Hills teaches socialization, manners, nutrition, health and fitness and is the perfect spot for L.A.’s most powerful dogs to socialize with like-minded peers, enjoy a Jacuzzi soak, grab a gourmet meal, see their private doctor or fit in a quick workout. Members enjoy state of the art facilities including a fitness course, day cottages and overnight villas, spa, salon, restaurant-grade kitchen and concierge.
During the week prior to October 31st, animals can participate in a doggie costume contest in West Hollywood Park.