All dogs are required to have the following vaccinations:
Yearly Booster (Distemper)
Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
Supervised by our trained daycare attendants, dogs that pass our evaluation and have been spayed or neutered can enjoy burning off some energy with other dogs matched with their temperament and energy level.
Daycare is offered Monday - Saturday
*$25.00 convenience fee for early drop-offs or late pick-ups outside of our normal business hours*
Boarding? What should you bring? Here is a list of things to bring for your pup while staying with us:
Please do not bring any dishes! We have plenty!
If your pup runs out of their own food, or maybe you left it at home on the counter, we will provide them with our house food for an additional fee.
Each 5 day package comes with a complimentary mani/pedi per dog for that package.
Each 15 day package comes with a complimentary mani/pedi, as well as a bath & brush for pups 40lbs or less. If your pup is over 40lbs you will receive a 50% discount for one bath & brush, for each dog on your package.
Self-wash flat rates.
Dogs over 60lbs may require an additional shampoo fee (unless you bring your own).
Deposits aren't required for boarding reservations.
When we have available kennel space, the system will automatically approve your daycare request.
Free add-on daycare while boarding.
Free Beck 'n Call swag when available.
All 5 Day Packages come with one complimentary mani/pedi per dog.
All 15 day packages come with one complimentary mani/pedi for per dog, one free bath & brush per dog 40lbs or less.
**For pups weighing over 40lbs 30% off our regular prices bath & bath rates.
**All packages expire 6 months after date of purchase. Dogs must attend daycare at least once a week. Nail trims and Bath are NOT included in package price. We will not groom dogs who appear to be overly stressed or uncooperative.**
Evaluations determine which pack your dog fits in best. Some dogs may go back in forth between packs depending on their energy level and age.
Evaluations are by appointment only at $25.00 for one dog - $5.00 for each additional pup.
Evaluations must be completed prior to daycare only. If you wish to board your pup, an eval will be done the first day of their boarding visit. They do not need to come in prior for an eval.
Evaluations are scheduled by appointment. The evaluation will be completed as soon as staff is available. Owners are not allowed in the play group area because dogs tend to act differently with their owners and may become possessive, which can result in disrupting the pack. If you wish to check on your pup during play group hours, please check out our Facebook page for lots and lots of photos!
Any dogs who do not attend daycare for more than 30 days must be re-evaluated at owner's expense.
If your dog doesn't pass their initial evaluation DON'T panic - we will work with your pup in private daycare. Private daycare is designed to build your pup's trust and confidence needed for group play! We strongly suggest your dog attend private daycare at least 2-3 times a week.
If your dog is boarding with us and has not had a prior evaluation, we will conduct their eval the first day of their stay, unless otherwise requested.
*Dogs MUST attend daycare at least once a month or risk voiding their package*
Dogs are pack animals by nature -- prior to domestication they lived in packs. Even now as man's best friend, dogs still enjoy hanging out with other dogs. However, many dogs don't have canine companions at home to run and play with. Going to daycare with other dogs while their humans are at work gives today's dogs that opportunity. There is a side benefit for a dog's human companions: Dogs attending daycare learn how to interact with other dogs. This means your canine friend may be a better-behaved pup in public when he meets other dogs.
A dog left in his kennel for eight plus hours while you are at work isn't getting exercise during the day. Dogs attending daycare participate in a variety of activities that keep them stronger and more fit. Most dog daycare facilities have outdoor pens for dogs to romp and play. Some have swimming pools, which is particularly attractive for older dogs suffering with arthritis.
Calmer At Home
Your dog attending daycare will be a calmer companion at the end of the day. He's been busy all day and most likely he's a bit tired. He hasn't spent the day waiting for you to come home. He hasn't been bored, which is one of the main reason dogs misbehave. A tired dog, like a tired child, goes to bed without a fuss and sleeps through the night.
Less Mess At Home
When your canine friend is at doggie daycare, he is also doing his bathroom-related business there and not at your house. Even well-trained dogs will leave "deposits" in their kennel if left there all day. Having to wait to relieve himself is stressful for a dog. At daycare, he can go whenever nature calls.
Your Peace Of Mind
Many human companions feel guilty during the workday when they must leave their canine pal behind. When Fido attends doggie daycare, you can take comfort knowing that your pup is in a safe environment. He is hanging out with doggie daycare workers who will be watching, playing and giving your pup love and attention throughout the day.
Time-outs are a necessary tool in every daycare. We use them to correct bad behavior or fixations, such as: excessive barking, mounting, or if they are unresponsive to commands. Dogs are crated or kenneled for a minimum of 5 minutes or until they have calmed down and can re-enter group play.