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There is an old saying that couldn't be truer...   "A tired dog is a good dog."

  • Fun, stimulating, open play environment, cage free. 
  • Playgroups separated by size, age, health & activity level.   
  • Large outdoor play area with decks, gazebos, & agility apparatus
  • 15,000 sq foot climate controlled indoor play space.
  • Natural wood chips & turf as ground cover.  
  • Supervised by our attentive, caring canine coaches. 
  • Hours of running & jumping & socialization. 
  • Daycare drop off & pick up anytime during business hours.  

Doggy Daycare Rates:   (please read terms & conditions below)

  • Regular Daycare... Full Day:  $42
  • Discount Littles Daycare... Full Day:  $32  (must be under 19 lbs)
                ** Seniors over 12 yrs not eligible for Littles discount rate
                ** Littles with chronic medical illness not eligible for Littles discount rate.
Discount cash price available... Regular Daycare  $40    Littles Daycare   $30
  
  • Value Package... Regular Daycare:  Buy 10 daycare... Get 11       
           11 daycare package credits in total
           "Littles" Excluded - not eligible for discount package, rate already discounted
 Terms & Conditions
1.     Daycare or boarding for 6 months without incident to be eligible for discount package
​2.    Dogs over 80lbs or extra large breeds may 
not be eligible for discount package;  surcharge $10-20 may apply
3.    Senior dogs over age 12 yrs may not be eligible for discount package; surcharge $10-20 may apply
4.    Dogs with chronic disease or acute medical conditions
       (epilepsy/seizures, diabetes, surgical procedure, etc., not eligible for discount package; surcharge $10-20 may apply
5.    Package credits cannot be combined with boarding stay fee
6.    Package credits are non-transferrable and non-refundable;  Expiration 1 year of purchase
7.    Un-spayed or Un-neutered exceptions based on special circumstance;  surcharge $10-20 may apply

 
This is a free play, cage free daycare & boarding program, we cannot accept dogs with aggression towards other dogs, people, have resource guarding aggression of toys, space or extreme human protective behavior. 

Requirements for dogs participating in doggy daycare and/or boarding

1.  Must be current on required vaccinations

2.  Must be spayed or neutered (exceptions made based on age or special circumstances)

3.  Must be free of intestinal parasites (proof of fecal test results required)

4.  Must be free of fleas/ticks and on flea/tick control program

5.  Must pass temperament test (re-evaluation required after 6 months of no attendance)

Just like with people, when dogs receive a healthy balance of physical and mental stimulation, they will be happy and well-adjusted. Your dog wakes up each morning with a certain amount of physical and mental energy that he or she needs to expend to feel happy, occupied, and balanced. What your dog needs will be different from other dogs;  breed, age, size, and individual temperament all contribute to this, as does your dog's mood on any given day.

Dogs that don't receive adequate stimulation for their bodies and their brains might be restless, destructive, hard to train, and even in the worst cases, reactive and irritable.

According to The Association of Professional Dog Trainers, socialization is important to the overall well-being of your dog because it will provide him with the ability to develop skills to cope with new experiences in a positive way, therefore reducing your dog's stress.

 

What is Socialization?

  • Socialization is the process of exposing dogs to new environments and situations. It helps them to feel more comfortable when encountering new things, animals, people and experiences. Socialization is especially important during puppyhood with the first critical socialization time at eight-twelve weeks of age.

  • Socialized pups are typically happier, friendlier, more predictable and able to handle stress better. Under-socialized pups often grow to become fearful, shy, anxious, and sometimes even fearfully-aggressive adult dogs because they lack the skills to cope with new situations.  Socialization should not end with puppyhood but is more of a lifetime journey. Though the foundation for your dog's behavior is laid during the first few months.

  • Responsible pet owners reinforce social skills and continually expose their dog to new social experiences throughout the dog's entire life.

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