Pet travel starts with finding a pet friendly lodging. We are currently showing 3 pet-friendly hotels in Petaluma, California, which we define as dog friendly or cat friendly. Some of the hotels also accept other animals such as birds or ferrets. Our lodgings also include listings for pet-friendly Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins and Cottages, Inns and Motels if they are available in a particular location.

Another important piece of the puzzle is knowing fun places to take your pet. Let's face it, if you're going to take your dog to Petaluma, you don't want to leave him behind in the hotel room. What fun is that for either of you? That's why we also provide fun pet-friendly parks and beaches as well as pet-friendly cafes, bars, stores and shopping malls it they are available in the area. You can find these by browsing our list of pet-friendly places in Petaluma.

Featured Pet-Friendly Hotels in Petaluma

Pet Policy: Up to 2 pets per room, dogs and cats. $20 pernight. No size limit.

Policy Confirmed: 06/21/2019 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 06/21/2019

Pet Policy: There is a $100 hold in case of damage but the daily pet fee is only $20.

Policy Confirmed: 01/23/2020 | Update this Pet Policy

Policy Confirmed: 01/23/2020

Featured Pet-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes in Petaluma


Apple Box Cafe

224 B St.,
Petaluma, CA
Pet Friendly Apple Box Cafe in Petaluma, California

Located in the Grain Mill Shopping Center, Apple Box Cafe offers outdoor seating on the Petaluma River, Mediterranean food, beer and wine,regular jazz nights, a gift shop, free Wi-Fi, and a dog-friendly deck.


Aqus Cafe Foundry Wharf

189 H St.,
Petaluma, CA
Pet Friendly Aqus Cafe Foundry Wharf in Petaluma, California

A fun place to be, good food, great drinks, music, art, trivia, poetry. A true community gathering place.

Featured Pet-Friendly Dog Parks in Petaluma


Rocky Memorial Dog Park

Casa Grande Rd,
Petaluma, CA

A huge, fun dog park in Petaluma, California. From Highway 101, take East 116/Lakeville Highway exit (either direction). Go east off the freeway. Take a right turn on Casa Grande Rd, that dead ends at the dog park. Not a lot of amenities, but a very big area for dogs to run off-leash.