Where Dogs come to have FUN! Established 2007
Your best friend will enjoy being with their friends playing and
No, we bn having all of our daycare dogs play well together in the same play
areas. We have 4 to 6 daycare attendants that are constintly
walking around monoriting the dogs energy levels and their body
language for any signs of dominance.
Absoloutly, most dogs will take a nap together when they tire out.
We can take your dog out of the daycare and let them nap in our
comfy boarding room.
Of course, you can bring a lunch in. We take the dogs out of
daycare and put them in a crate to eat their lunch. Please use a
ziplock bag or a container that is clearly labeled and put into the
community lunch basket at drop off.
They always have access to relieve themselves outside and most
dogs do that. Some dogs will go inside, in that case it is
immediatly cleaned up and sanitized
We will immediatley try to contact you or your emergancy
contact's. If we can't reach anyone, we will go to the closest
Veterianian which is "Veterianian Services of Wstwood
We can bath your dog before you pick him/her up. Please inform a
staff member during dropping off, so we can have your dog
out on time.
If your dog is not picked up by 6:30pm without contacting us to
let us know your running a few minutes late. We will
board your dog for the night in our sleepover room. Fees will apply
All dogs stay in our overnight room in a large crate. They will have
soft blanket to lay on and a pail of water
Our staff members do a final walk through at 8:00pm to make sure
the dogs ate and have gone out to use the bathroom. The
dogs are monitored by a 24 hour remote access camera.
No, the daycare fee is included in the overnight fee. We charge by
the night, and the dogs must be picked up by 12:00pm or you will
charged for daycare.
The only things you need to bring is enough food & medications.
These need to be measured out and labeled. You can bring in a small
blanket that reminds them of home.
No, we do not breed discriminate. All breeds are welcome to come in
for a temperament test.