Kimchi Fried Rice, Toast, Coffee
While they may walk and play with the dogs, and keep the place quite clean, I am leaving this review because they use negative reinforcement on the dogs. Previously I quite liked this dog cafe and had a good impression, but this one incident which happened just earlier this weekend made me shocked, angry and disappointed. I saw an employee scare a corgi with a plastic bottle (i.e. something like a 1.5l soft drink bottle) strapped onto a stick so that it would stop barking. The corgi was growling softly warning away the employee (because it was afraid of the bottle). I was just next to the corgi, sitting between it and the employee. In fact, I was the one who had coaxed the corgi to come down from the ledge it had previously been standing upon - so that the corgi could be next to me and I could calm him down. Suddenly, after the corgi came down to sit next to my leg, the employee grabbed the corgi and I recall something like him pinning the corgi down onto the floor. Next thing I heard a high-pitched shriek from the corgi and felt wetness on my leg - it was so scared and started it had peed. All the dogs then rushed over due to the commotion and the employee removed the corgi. I don't see the need for the employee to have treated the corgi in such a way when it had stopped barking and the only reason why it was growling was because of the very bottle the employee was holding. After the incident I saw that the corgi was more wary and cautious. Please treat your dogs better.
There is a lot of dogs to choose from, so as long as you like dogs, you'll definetely find your perfect companion. The staff is kind and helpful, you should without a doubt follow their instructions. English friendly. Kind of unsanitary though
So many dogs, all cute =) The place is organized, clean and with enough space for you to play with them. If you're afraid of the big dogs, don't worry, you can stay at the "small dogs" zone, they're all friendly =)