Supervised Playtime in our 5-acre Fenced Park
Monday—Friday 7am-7pm and Saturdays and Sundays by reservation ONLY
Dogs crave companionship, exercise and attention. When your pet spends his dog days with us, he’ll get plenty of each. Bring your pet in for fun in the sun and enjoy the convenience of daycare as well as healthy socialization.
Our daycare services include 4-6 hours of supervised playtime in our almost 5 acre fenced in park. Our park consists of a large and small dog play yard, wooded trails as well as an in-ground, bone-shaped swimming pool. All participants MUST be disposition test passed, fully vaccinated meeting our vaccine protocol as well as spayed/neutered (after 6 months of age).
Participants are grouped by size and activity level. A Playtime Pal Test (or temperament test) is given for each pet to ensure we maintain an aggressive-free play zone. PLEASE NOTE: The temperament test can take 4-10 days, how long is based off of your pet’s attitude, demeanor and disposition. As every pet responds differently in various environments we ask for your patience during this process.
All facility and park activities are for well pets only, please be sure to keep your pet at home if they are feeling under the weather. This includes sneezing, hacking, coughing, lethargy, vomiting and diarrhea. We recommend that you take them to your veterinarian before they return to daycare.
To ensure everyone knows and understands our guidelines we require a signed copy of our policies annually. To save time at check-in, please read them before you arrive and bring a signed copy with you. To print the most recent version of our policies, please select this link Vacation / Daycare Policy 2016.
Just like children playing at a daycare, the more children they play with the more potential your child has for exposure to a variety of illness and viruses. In our environment the most common virus that quickly spreads is known as “Kennel Cough”. Please read this following information so you are knowledgable about this virus. Things you should know about Kennel Cough