Doggy Style, whose top-tier membership requires $7,500 fee, sparks backlash amid housing crisis
When signage for Doggy Style began popping up in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood last month, it was accompanied with the usual grumbling and eye-rolling about the city’s nouveau riche.
After all, a private members-only doggy daycare offering an “innovative dog experience” for up to $1,500 a month in a city in the midst of a humanitarian crisis over homelessness smacks of a well-groomed French bulldog yipping: “Let them eat kibble.”
SF has become a parody of itself. But I guess that’s old news. Also, stupid name.