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Dogs Need Stimuli!
A tired dog makes for a happy dog (and parent)! Exercise, playtime and social skills are vital for a dog's healthy development and parent's sanity.
Out of the House?
Expecting a Contractor/ Landlord/Repairman? Your and your dogs’ mind will be at ease if your dog is with us!
Is your dog tireless? A tad hefty? Let him run with the pack in addition to your normal routine.
Dogs Are Pack Animals!
It’s in your dogs’ nature to ‘hang with’ his own. Start socializing your dog as young as possible – it is as important as training to prevent unwanted behaviors.
Dogs attending daycare must be social with people and dogs of all sizes. If you are uncertain of your dogs' social level, please consult a certified behaviorist or dog trainer to evaluate your dog before bringing him to ANY off-leash dog area. Please note that we will not be admitting any new Pit Bull Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and most mixes thereof to daycare.
Single Full Day
(4 hrs or less) $22
Single Full day: $48
Half Day: $32
Pre-paid visit Series Packages are the best value!
Daycare Series Package of 10 visits: $285 ($28.50/day = 14% off)
Daycare Series Package of 20 visits: $530 ($26.50/day = 20% off)
Double Dog Series Package of 10 visits: $425 ($42.50/day for 2 dogs = 12% off = $21.25/per dog)
Double Dog Series Package of 20 visits: $775 ($38.75/day for 2 dogs = 20% off = $19.37 per dog)
*No half days on series, please
While Daycare Series Packages are by far the best value and most convenient, the packages must be pre-paid. Clients purchasing Daycare Series Packages must leave a valid credit card on file with us.
"Club Room Lounging"
The Dog House requires that dogs visiting for Daycare must be spayed or neutered by 7 months of age. Click here for 15 good reasons why!
The Dog House requires proof of vaccines or recent Titer tests prior to first visit. Your vet should be happy to provide you with a copy.
Please read this Position Statement on Puppy Socialization from the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior - important info regarding the many benefits of early socialization for puppies!
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