Sit. Stay. Play.

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Your dog will paws-itively beg for our doggie daycare!

If your dog loves to play, this social shindig is for them! Our doggie daycare is perfect for the active, energetic dog who craves the affection and companionship of others on busy days when you are not able to give them the attention they deserve.

In addition, all pet parents get free access to live-streaming cameras in our daycare so you can keep an eye on your furry friend. We provide daycare webcam access to all of our clients so that they can check in on their happy pets.

We take the safety of the pets in our care very seriously, so each dog will be evaluated on their first day to ensure that they are a good fit for Daycare.

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Bring your dog back to school!

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Dog Daycare Rules

● Non-aggressive breeds only.

● All pets must be leashed, in a carrier, or carried upon entry.

● All daycare pets must be friendly with other pets.

● We require the Bordetella vaccination every 6 months if your pet is staying for daycare or boarding.

● All dogs must be spayed/neutered by 6 months (no exceptions). Unneutered or unspayed puppies may participate in daycare as long as they are up to date on Rabies, Bordetella, and Distemper. Once they reach 6 months of age, we ask that they get spayed or neutered in order to continue to participate in daycare.

● If you would like your pet to be fed during daycare you must provide your own food (unless your pet is boarding too).

● Daycare is provided M-F 9:00am - 4:00pm with a rest break at noon. This is considered a full day. A half day of daycare is considered 4 hours or less and you may drop in anytime between those hours.

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The Importance Of Socialization

Proper socialization with other dogs and other humans is critical to having a happy, healthy, and well-adjusted pet. With so many people spending more time at home in 2020, your furry family member may now be home alone for long periods of the day for the first time in a while, and the stress of solitude may cause anti-social habits such as destructive chewing, persistent digging, excessive barking, or other signs of separation anxiety. Pets may also show signs of stress such as drooling, attempts to escape, and pacing.

If your pet suffers from separation anxiety or simply the boredom of home isolation after many months of company, bring them to daycare with us! Daycare provides your loved one with the pack environment they are accustomed to, creating a trusted second home for your pet while you are away.

Bringing your pup to daycare with us provides all the physical, mental, and social exercise your dog needs. Give us a call to learn more about the socialization benefits of daycare.

Daycare Pricing and Packages

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