Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I bring my dog to daycare?
Daycare allows your dog to socialize with other dogs, play with other dogs and receive the exercise they need. A tired dog truly is a happy dog and dogs thrive best when they are with their “Pack” or other members of their species. If you have a dog with separation anxiety, daycare is also great because it gives them a fun and safe place to go while you are at work or away from home.
How is your boarding different than the traditional?
Our boarding is different than the traditional because when a dog boards with us, they get to play all day in our daycare area instead of being in a kennel all day. The only time they are in their kennel is to eat and when it is time to go to bed.
What should I bring when dropping my dog off for daycare?
If it is your first time coming to our facility, we need your complete application as well as proof of the following vaccines; rabies, distemper, bordetella. We prefer flea, tick, and lice prevention but it is not a requirement. Pet’s coats are inspected for fleas, ticks, etc. Please also bring their collar as well as a leash. If your dog is used to getting fed during the day or requires any medications, please bring those too.
What should I bring when dropping my dog off for boarding?
The most important thing you can bring when dropping off your dog for boarding is their own food. Your dog’s stomach gets adjusted to their food, so having a different type of food could cause them to have an upset stomach. Bringing your own food will make sure that doesn’t happen. If you are unable to bring your own food, we can provide food for your dog for an additional fee. We supply Wellness brand dog food. If your dog requires any medications, please bring that as well as their leash and collar. If you want to bring your dogs beds, specific toys, etc for their kennel, you are welcome to as well.
Can my dog still board with you if they don’t get along with other dogs?
Yes, your dog can still board with us even if they don’t get along with other dogs. If this is the case, your dog will be in a separate area, away from the other dogs. Rest assured that they will still get lots of attention and have chances to exercise as well.
Will my little dog be in the same play area as the big dogs?
No, we have a separate play area specifically for little dogs. They will still receive the same things as the big dogs like the K9 grass, beds, toy, water and attention.
Can you give my dog their medications?
Yes, we can give your dog their medication if needed. Please bring their medication with you and let us know during drop off.