Doggie daycare has served dog owners at its current location for almost six decades. So, tell me what you prefer after a long, hard day at work and hours of battling traffic: a jack russell terrier trying to take down you by hopping around you, or even a happy, exhausted lap-dog
who would like to go to sleep just as much as you can? If the solution is a happy, tired lap dog that wants to sleep, then our doggie daycare might be the answer for you.
Dogs in dog day care have lots of physical and mental stimulation. The 1 hour per week they spend in the tiny dogs' playgroup has been a massive spur for their sociability, and now the occasional day-long session at doggy daycare will, we hope, help enhance their ways. Our dog day care is your puppy's fantasy come true. Dog day care may also be valuable for animals recovering from broken limbs or other orthopedic surgery that needs them to remain silent, supervised and inactive.
Dogs in doggie day care might get to pal around with buddies, work on their manners or simply stay where the people are. While the idea of dog day care is very attractive, it shouldn't come as a surprise that not all facilities and programs
are created equal. A doggie daycare may also be a fun and safe distraction for her while you're at work. If your dog gets along well with other dogs, enjoys visiting dog parks, or has a lot of energy, a dog daycare might be the perfect fit. Doggie daycare might allow your puppy to have the ability to gain valuable social abilities with other pups.
Dog day care is now a place for us where we take him only so he could appreciate amazing days full of frolicking with dog friends.