Q: Are you open? Can we come in and shop?
A: Yes! We're open to the public and are also offering curbside pickup. If you choose to come in you MUST wear a mask and adhere to social distancing. We still ask that you make your trip quick! If you want to adopt an animal, please see the question below.
Q: Can I adopt an animal?
A: We're doing limited animal adoptions. We DON'T have any syrian, or russian/campbell's dwarf hamsters. We're VERY limited on birds and reptiles. Currently we have NO ETA for those animals. We guess that it may take several more months before we have any of those available. The ONLY animals we have available for adoption are Roborovski Hamsters, some fish (bettas, guppies, mollies, tetras), Bearded Dragons, whites tree frogs, corn snakes and Leopard Geckos (and of those, we only have a few). We have NO other animals available. *This information has been updated on 11/17/2020. This may not reflect our current adoptable pets.
Q: Are you still boarding/grooming birds, small mammals, and reptiles?
A: Yes! We have open availability for boarding reservations! Walk-ins accepted unless you'd like to rent an enclosure, then you must call (415)564-6482 or email in advance. Guinea pig nail grooming can be done any day but Thursday, Rabbit nail grooming can be done Friday, Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday. Bird grooming can only be done on Thursday and Saturday. Please call prior to coming in as our grooming schedule is dependent on staff availability and is subject to change. We don't board or groom dogs or cats!
Q: Can I park in your loading zone?
A: We do not own the loading zone and cannot control who gets tickets there. Customers have been parking there for a quick moment for curbside pickup, but any non-commercial vehicle parked there is subject to getting fined by the city! Please park at your own risk.
Q: What are your hours?
A: We just extended our temporary hours. We're now open Monday-Saturday 11am-6pm & Sunday 12pm-6pm.
Q: Can I get free dog/cat food through your pet bank?
A: Yes you can! Please go to animalconnectionsf.net/keepyourpet and or click here to register!