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Please Note:  If your dog has recently attended another daycare or boarding facility, we require a 7 day waiting period before attending our facility.  This will help reduce the spread of any illness or virus.

If you are interested in touring the facility please contact us via email or phone to make an appointment.

Our daycare rooms have rubber flooring to help keep them safe and there is always a trained staff member in each play room with them during daycare. Our outside area has turf so they won't be going home all muddy! In the summer they will have access to the outdoor play areas during most of the day, in the winter they go out every 30 to 45 minutes.

First Time Pups:

-You must set up your trial day via phone or email with one of the staff members.  This trial will last 3 hours.  We do this by appointment in order to properly introduce your dog or puppy to this new environment, and the play groups,  We have a special introduction process that sets all new dogs up to succeed and allows them to acclimate at their own speed. 

-If your dog has a high level of separation anxiety, ease into the daycare, start slow so that they can adjust to being away from you.

Been to a Daycare before but not us?

-That's great! We will still need to set up a trial day to properly introduce your dog to our facility and the new play groups.

-If we have any concerns about your dogs behavior we may mention some ideas for you to work with them at home to improve their daycare experience.

-Any recommendations are what we feel is best for  your dog and the rest of the daycare group.

Times for drop off and pick up:

-As of right now all dogs must be dropped off by 9 a.m. unless you have discussed it with a staff member

-All half day dogs must be picked up by 12 p.m. 

-Full day dogs can be picked up any time before closing at 6 p.m.

-Did something come up and you may need to board your dog? Reach out to us and we could try and make it work!

**If you do not arrive by closing time and someone is available to stay late and wait, you will be charged a late fee of an additional $25.

How do we keep every dog safe?

-We use many techniques to modify or prevent behaviors as needed.  We do not tolerate certain behaviors that may cause problems with other dogs. 

  • Spray Bottles
  • Cans full of coins (they don't like the noise)
  • Verbal recall
  • Timing is key to being able to fix the problem.
All of our staff is trained in being able to prevent or correct bad behaviors and keep the area a safe play environment for all pups.

For any dog to be able to start or attend daycare, it is required that they are fully vaccinated with Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella (Kennel Cough). 

We will need a copy of their records prior to attending. 

If a vaccine expires, we have a grace period of two weeks to get them back up to date, as we do understand may take time to get an appointment with your vet. 

Below is information on other places that do give these vaccinations to your pup. 

*Even though you can purchase the Bordetella Vaccine and give it to your dog we prefer that it be given professionally just to ensure they receive the entire dose. This is for the safety of your dog and the future friends they may make!

Do you think you'll be back every week on the same day(s)? We can set up a recurring reservation for you to always have your spot!  You are not tied to these days and can cancel them or add in more days as you need.  Just email us at and we can set this up for you.

If this is your first time, you must create an account using the button above, then contact us to set up a trial. 

If you have completed the trial day, please make your reservations online.  If you have any trouble doing so, please contact us and we can help.  We recommend doing your reservations at least 1 day prior if possible, but can be made the morning of, if needed. 

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