Dog Day Care for Small Dogs
Dog daycare is supervised off-leash play for socialized dogs.
Dog daycare is great for energetic, social dogs that enjoy playing
off-leash with other dogs of similar size and play style. During play, your dog benefits physically from exercise and mentally from obedience games. Daycare is not meant to socialize a dog that is afraid or aggressive toward other dogs.
Our off-leash play groups are focused on fun and the wellbeing of your dog. Providing a safe, positive social play experience for your pet is our priority. We are committed to understanding group dog behavior and educating all our staff on safe group play management techniques. The key to safe dog daycare operations is having staff well trained in dog play behaviors. Each of our daycare staff is trained and tested with the comprehensive and interactive training program "Knowing Dogs Staff Training Program." The Program was co-created by Robin Bennett and Susan Briggs of the Dog Gurus, industry leaders in training and safety for off- leash dog play. Visit http://www.safeoffleashdogplay.com for more information.We are proud members of the Dog Gurus group and we have taken their safety pledge.
The benefits for your dog:
Continue learning social skills with other dogs and humans.
Reinforcement of simple manners such as sit, down, wait, stay, come and quiet.
Relief from loneliness and the anxiety that loneliness can sometimes cause in dogs,
including separation anxiety.
Exercise throughout the day, which can aid in weight control.
The benefits for you:
Daycare allows you to relax with your dog at the end of busy day.
boredom which can lead to destructive behaviors such as barking
Peace of mind
knowing your dog is cared for and having fun when you have long
days at work.
Interested in attending daycare?
Please review our Lodging and Daycare Guidelines for detailed information. --
Not all dogs are good candidates for off-leash daycare. We offer private care services to meet the needs of dogs requiring private daycare services.
We require the following vaccines:
Our office must receive your pets vaccination documents at least one week prior to your reservation to avoid the possibility of being turned away due to lack of vaccines.
Pets will not be boarded without current vaccinations.
Rabies every 1 to 3 years
Distemper every 1 to 3 years
Bordetella (6 months or yearly)
Canine influenza (yearly)
Puppies must be at least 4 months old and have completed all puppy shots
prior to attending daycare (typically 12 weeks old).
All dogs must be spayed or neutered by 8 months of age.