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Frequently Asked Questions

We do not offer webcam service, but we try and post pictures and videos of the dogs playing throughout the day on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Touring is available anytime Monday-Saturday before 4PM. There is no appointment needed.
We are open Monday through Friday 6:30 A.M. to 7 P.M, Saturday 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. and closed for daycare on Sundays. We offer drop-off or pick-up for boarding on Sunday’s between 8 A.M. to 12 P.M. and from 4 P.M. and 6 P.M.

NOTE: Last pickup for daycare is 6:45PM M-F and 5:45PM Saturday

Your dog must meet all of the following conditions to attend daycare:

  1. Your dog must be Spayed or Neutered
  2. At least 6 month old/size
  3. Current on vaccinations (Rabies, Distemper, Bordetella)
  4. Free of disease and parasites
  5. Non-aggressive to dogs and humans. (Due to insurance requirements we are unable to care for Pit Bull, Akita, Rottweiler and wolf breeds/mixes)

Additionally, your dog must come in for a 3 hour temperament test which is done Monday through Saturday, with drop off between 8am – 11:30am. This requirement also needs an application to be filled out and we need copies of the latest up to date vaccine information. Please call to schedule an appointment for a temperament test.

Yes. For Boarding we prefer reservations, please call or email us and we will reserve your spot. Please plan on arriving before 4 PM, so we can give the dogs a few hours of playtime before they go to bed.
No. The Daycare is available on a drop-in basis. Our hours are Monday through Friday 7am and 7pm, Saturdays from 8am to 6pm. We do NOT provide daycare on Sundays. You do not need to call ahead, as long as your dog has already been accepted into daycare. If your dog is new or naturally timid, we do suggest arriving before noon, for the easiest transition

NOTE: Last pickup for daycare is 6:45PM M-F and 5:45PM Saturday

We have a divided play area for both large and small dogs, each with their own attached outdoor play area. We have approximately 2,000 sq. ft for the large dogs and 1,500 sq. ft for the small dogs. We also can place dogs by activity level. For example, if an older large dog is inactive we can place them in the small dog area where they won’t be bothered, or if an overly playful little dog does better with larger dogs. There will always be 100% supervision at all times to ensure the dogs are playing well with each other.
Yes. Dogs will be able to access our 500 sq. ft outdoor area anytime they choose. The outdoor area is 90% shaded with privacy screening and artificial grass, so they can be outside all year around and not be disturbed. We have plenty of fresh water and 100% supervision at all times in both indoor and outdoor areas.
It really depends on the dog. Each one will seek out others with similar interests, energy levels, and play styles. Some dogs are true ball junkies. Some like chasing each other around and around and around the play area. Some patrol the fence line. Some work on their all-star wrestling maneuvers, and others prefer to observe and not engage. The varied and constant stimulation of a daycare environment is very enriching to your dog’s mental and physical state, regardless of how much they play.
Yes, we can give any medication that is administered orally, topical, or drops. We DO NOT administer any type of medication that a syringe is needed. Including insulin.