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Location

In November of 2011 we bit the big bullet and moved into our 6,400 square foot indoor facility in San Francisco. We upgraded all our equipment with state-of-the-art rubberized surfaces. We went way over budget and installed a closed cell anti-fatigue matting almost an inch thick. This flooring gives the dogs superior traction and cushioning when they land after jumping. This significantly reduces the impact on their joints. Several students have noticed their own cranky knees don’t complain when they run on our floors.

We have a lounge to relax in and have a cup of tea while you wait for your class or lesson to start. Our lounge and our training areas all have plenty of roomy crating with cozy bedding available.

677 Toland Place, San Francisco, CA


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Directions

From South Bay
  • Take US 280 North towards San Francisco
  • Take the Alemany exit
  • Left on Bayshore
  • Right on Oakdale
  • Make second left to Toland Street
  • Make second left to McKinnon
  • Immediate Right to Toland Place
From North Bay:
  • From US-101 South, take Cesar Chavez Exit
  • Keep left to take the Cesar Chavez St East/Bayshore Blvd Ramp
  • Keep right to take the Bayshore Blvd Ramp
  • Turn slight left to Bayshore Blvd
  • Turn left on to Oakdale
  • Make second left to Toland Street
  • Make third left to Toland Place

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Our Dog Training DVD

Sandy's new video, "One Jump, Two Jump" is available. Order your copy now from Clean Run or contact your local instructor.

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Doggy Testimonials

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