Dogs are social creatures, and sometimes our lives are too busy for us to give them the constant attention and stimulation they need. They also crave the interaction of other dogs, so staying home alone all day isn’t best for them, either. If you don’t want to worry about your dog getting lonely or chewing up your furniture while you’re at work, then doggy day care may be what you need.
Doggy Day Care Amenities
At Doggy Day Care, every canine camper enjoys a day full of social activities and individualized care from our camp counselors. The average day for a pet at doggy day care includes:
- Morning time in play groups organized by size and temperament
- A midday nap and snack
- Afternoon playtime with their play group
- A refreshing splash in the baby pool (weather permitting)
- Run in the park
Dogs also have access to fresh water at all times. Our play yards also have plenty of shade and playground equipment that campers can run on, jump over, and hide under. They can also spend their time playing with toys or relaxing in the outdoor cabins.
Older dogs can also benefit from doggy day care. Our camp counselors will take them on a few short walks each day to keep their joints loose, and light exercise can help pets who struggle with digestive problems or incontinence.
Doggie Day Camp Pricing and Packages
Daycare packages must be pre- paid.