Let your companion spend the day with us to release some of that energy. Your dog will enjoy playtime with other dogs of similar size/temperament and will return home tired and happy. Not sure how your dog will do in daycare? Ask for a free trial and get 4 hours free on your pup’s first daycare visit!
Our dog daycare areas are designed for healthy, active play. As your dog romps with other dogs of similar size and temperament, it learns doggy social skills and expends energy so it comes home tired and happy.
We have staff on hand whose job is to play with dog daycare pups throughout the day Monday – Friday. Dog daycare dogs are still welcome on weekends (when we have available town homes) but will not get the same amount of group playtime as the dogs attending on weekdays.
We require all daycare pets to be spayed/neutered, fully vaccinated, and sociable with other dogs. New pups must be approved by our staff to ensure their temperament is suited to our play groups. This can be done on the first daycare day and is always free.
Our co-owner Amanda is a former vet tech and most of our staff are Pet First Aid/CPR certified. As such, we take health and safety very seriously.
To minimize conflicts between dogs, we separate our pups into different groups based upon size and temperament.
Our indoor/outdoor play spaces are perfect for dogs who are sensitive to the heat. They can run into the air conditioning to cool off or take a nap and run back out when they're ready to get crazy with friends in our artificial turf yards!
Tune into our live feeds below so you don't miss the daycare action! Remember, our daycare spaces are indoor/outdoor which means our pups can run inside and out, so they may run off camera from time to time.
We require, rabies, distemper, and bordetella (administered by a veterinarian).
Yes… however, puppies are the exception to this rule. Female pups can remain unaltered up to 6 months while males may remain unaltered up to a year. However, they may also be removed from daycare prior to the cutoff age if they exhibit behavior typical of an unaltered pet (excessive humping, dominance, aggression).
Most dogs play all day long. However, there are some instances where we need to separate dogs who are not getting along or give dogs time to cool off.