Bangkok Dog Cafe: House of Paws, a Dog Lover’s Paradise?

Staff of the House of Paws Dog Cafe posing with some of the resident pooches. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

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House of Paws serves desserts and beverages, which you can consume while playing with the owner’s pet dogs. Located in the heart of the Thai capital, the stylish Bangkok dog cafe also offers canine grooming services.

House of Paws Dog Pack

A variety of breeds is represented  in this well-groomed dog pack. For example, there are corgis, samoyeds, an alaskan malamute, a Shetland sheepdog, a beagle, a Pomeranian, and huskies.


The dogs’ coats were smooth as silk. What is more, the cafe didn’t smell. The last time I visited a cat’s enclave, the odor was overpowering. In fact, I couldn’t  wait to get out!


When I asked about this, I was told that staff groomed daily. Also, they showered once a week. Not only that, they take the dogs for a walk outside the cafe once every two hours.

Tired pooch snoozes on a table. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

At end end of a long day, some of the puppies were tuckered out and wanted nothing more than a good snooze.

Tuckered puppy tucked in for a nap. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

But don’t think you can take your own dog there. Instead, the owners of the cafe bring several of their well-behaved canines to the establishment each day. And puppy fans are free to pet them and play with them.

Dog waiting patiently for a treat. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

Most surprisingly, the puppies didn’t beg for food.

We were able to consume our yummy desserts and beverages without being tormented by pleading eyes begging for a bite.

However, as the above picture demonstrates, the dogs won’t refuse a bite if you offer them one.

Interestingly, none of the dogs were yappy. There was hardly a bark, yelp, woof, arf,  snarl, or howl during our very enjoyable stay.

House of Paws Dog Cafe Menu

Caramel cake, chocolate cake, and butterscotch pudding with hot and cold beverages. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

There is no charge to enter the popular dog cafe. However, visitors are expected to order a beverage and a dessert.

Since the cafe serves mouth-watering treats that were hard to resist, we didn’t.

The three of us shared two pieces of cake and a pudding. In addition, we washed them down with an espresso, iced coffee, and iced tea.

House of Paws Souvenirs

Canine-themed souvenirs on sale at the cafe. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

If you’re watching your weight, you can forgo one of the sweets. Otherwise, you can purchase a souvenir with a canine theme to take home.

Bangkok Dog Cafe – the Verdict

I was taken to the cafe by a couple of old friends, who happened to be visiting Bangkok at the same time I was.

The three of us totally enjoyed our visit. In addition, I was touched when one of the employees said to me, “I hope you will come every day!”

Was it me or my camera that tickled his fancy?

Although I wish that I could, I was headed to Pattaya the next day. And after that, it was back to Hong Kong. But maybe on my next trip to the Big Mango?

Bangkok Dog Cafe – the Hours

The attractive logo of the House of Paws Dog Cafe in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer.

The popular dog cafe is open Tuesday to Friday from 11 am to 9 pm. It is open Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 9.30 pm. However, the last order must be placed by 8 o’clock.

If you plan on visiting on weekends, the cafe might be fully booked. Therefore, a reservation is recommended.

Bangkok Dog Cafe – the Location


The House of Paws Dog Cafe – 458 Siam Square Soi 8, Bangkok, Thailand.

If you are taking public transport, the cafe is a short walk from the Siam Interchange, a key transit point in downtown Bangkok. Discovery Siam, MBK, and Siam Paragon are all within a short walk of the cafe.

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