If you have a question that is not answered on this page please feel free to contact us.
How often does my dog need to attend?
You may bring your dog every day, if you like, but many guests come a few times a week, depending on their energy level. Daycare gives dogs with extra energy a place to burn it off while you’re away from home. A tired dog is a happy dog! Dogs, by nature, are highly social animals. Doggie Daycare provides a place for dogs to socialize and reduce behavior problems that can result from being isolated and alone at home.
Do I have to commit to a schedule?
Daycare hours are between 6:30am-7:00pm, Monday - Friday. Half-day daycare is limited to a maximum of 4 hours per day. Pre-arranged drop off and pick-ups are available outside of our normal operating hours for a fee ($5 per every 15 minutes). Last minute reservations are accepted, as long as space is available.
Do you accept all breeds?
Yes, all paws welcome! Owners need to certify that their pet(s) have not harmed or shown aggression toward any person or other pet. If a pet shows aggression he/she may be expelled from daycare. The meet & greet appointment is designed for us to confirm how your dog does with others.
Is my dog supervised during daycare?
Yes, there is one supervisor to every 10-15 dogs. The supervisor makes sure a good time is had by all.
How do I know my dog is being cared for properly?
We have webcams so you can tune in anytime of the day from your computer/mobile device and watch your dog playing and having fun with his/her playmates. You may also feel free to contact us at any time check in on your dog.
I have a small dog, will he be safe?
Some small dogs enjoy running with the big dogs but just in case, we have the ability to separate and give smaller dogs their own space if/when needed. It is up to your dog if he/she wants to play with the big or small dogs.
What will my dog do all day?
Play, run, romp, wrestle, socialize with other dogs, get cuddles from staff, curl up for naps, lounge and make new friends!
It's my pets' first time boarding, what do I need to bring?
We want to make sure that your dog is comfortable and happy when they visit, but some dogs will get uncomfortable having other dogs play with their toys. Overnight boarding dogs will need to have their regular food in portioned baggies, bowl, medications, leash, collar with ID along with any special instructions. You can find a list of what to bring here.
What happens at the meet & greet?
We take time to discuss any important information specific to your pet. Your pet will be introduced to a couple of new playmates to see how he/she will react to new friends. Meet & Greet/Temperament Tests last approximately 30 minutes.
Do you feed my pet during daycare?
If you would like your pet to eat while at daycare you will need to supply his food or treats and his/her eating schedule. There is no extra cost to feed your pet while in daycare.
My pet has special needs. Will this cost extra?
No, most medications and dietary needs will be handled at no extra cost to you. If your pet requires injections this will be discussed with you during the interview process or by phone before applying. Pets with handicaps are welcome at daycare and appropriate accommodations will be made.
Do you offer any discounts?
We offer prepaid packages for Full-Day Daycare (please see our Services page for details). Check out our discounts here.
Do you offer your services to older pets?
Yes! All ages are welcome. Older or handicapped pets will be placed in appropriate playgroups or if they like to relax alone they will be placed in the lounge where they can rest and nap all day. There is a 10% discount for senior pets over 9 years old. Check out our discounts here.
What if my pet becomes ill during daycare?
We will try in all cases to use your veterinarian, which is specified on your registration form, if your pet is feeling under the weather. If your veterinarian is not within close proximity of our daycare or is unavailable during the necessary time, we will use our veterinarian. You will receive a call in all instances of illnessbefore any treatment is done.re.