Why Daycare For Dogs?
The purpose of dog daycare is to provide stimulation, exercise, and socialization for your pet. Your dog’s personality can be strongly influenced by the amount of physical and mental stimulation he or she receives on a daily basis.
What do the dogs do in daycare?
They play with their canine buddies in playgroups according to their size and/or temperament all day long. We will accommodate them as they feel most comfortable. They play with the staff of The Dog House in a safe and supervised environment. The daycare day also includes a nap mid-day, where the dogs are placed in separate kennels to rest, which is always well needed. We have large indoor play areas with artificial grass and rubber flooring. The Dog House has controlled temperatures inside the building for the dogs, as well as a very clean environment with circulated air.
We do not need to meet your dog prior to their first visit. We accept all breeds, however, we do reserve the right to exclude certain dogs based on temperament for the safety of themselves as well as the other dogs. Dogs must be at least 4 months old in order to attend. Dogs must be people friendly. Proof of Distemper, Rabies and Bordetella vaccines must be current and on file in order to submit your reservation. For proper immunities and safety, all puppies and dogs, with previously expired vaccinations, must have vaccines in their system for at least 2 weeks prior to their stay. Vaccinations must be given by a veterinarian in order to be considered acceptable. Due to privacy policies of veterinary clinics, we can not call your vet for you to obtain these records.
Non-neutered males over 6 months and female dogs in heat are not accepted.
Cancellations must be made no later than 9am the morning of your dog’s check-in date. If you do not cancel by then and we are at capacity, your card on file will be charged for 1 night of your dog’s stay or 1 day of daycare, depending on your reservation type. If you have a punchcard, we will take a punch for any no shows.