What are your hours?

We are open Monday-Saturday, 7am to 7pm  and Sundays from Noon to 6pm

Monday through Saturday we have two daycare sessions: from 9am to noon, and from 1pm to 4pm. Stay for one session and pay for half-day daycare; stay for both and it is a full daycare session.

Full daycare on Sunday is from noon to 4:30pm.

Holiday hours may vary, so please call our office for specific questions.

What is dog daycare?

Dog daycare is an environment where dogs are dropped off for the day to play with other dogs in a fun, well supervised and safe environment.

What is the difference between full and half-day daycare?

Half-day daycare is one of the two daycare sessions per day, Monday-Saturday.  Your dog can be here for the morning or the afternoon session.  We recommend you drop your dog off prior to the start of the daycare session (9am for the morning session and 1pm for the afternoon session) so that your dog will have the full experience of daycare.

You may drop off your dog for the am session as early as 7am and pick up by 1pm.  You may drop off your dog for the pm session as early as noon and pick up by 7pm.

What is a temperament evaluation?

A detailed assessment of your dog will be completed along with a meet and greet with our trained staff member.  We will ask any pertinent questions from your application in regards to your pet.  Your dog will be introduced in a calm environment with a few well-balanced dogs.  As your dog becomes more comfortable, we will introduce him to more dogs, where he will later be fully integrated into the main action.  Plan to leave your dog for a minimum of 2 hours for the evaluation.

What happens if my dog doesn’t pass your temperament evaluation?

Not every dog has fun at daycare and not every dog welcomes that kind of group play.  If we think your dog is close, but not quite suitable, we may recommend that you consider additional training or socialization and then be re-evaluated in the near future.

What vaccinations are required?

All dogs must be current on Distemper, Rabies, and Bordetella vaccinations. You will need to provide proof before your dog will be able to attend daycare or boarding.  In addition, all dogs must be on a flea and heartworm preventative.

How old does my dog have to be?

We require that dogs be at least four months old. This is for the safety of your puppy and for the safety of other dogs. Final vaccinations, including the first rabies vaccination, typically aren’t given until four months of age.

Does my dog have to be spayed or neutered?

Yes, all dogs here for daycare and boarding must be spayed or neutered by the time they are 6 months old.

Do I need to make reservations to attend dog daycare?

Although it is nice to know how many dogs we will be expecting for daycare, you do not have to make reservations to attend dog daycare.  With our new software program, you can now schedule your daycare online.

Will my older dog like dog daycare?

This will depend on your dog. We have several older dogs that love the interaction with other dogs. Part of the way we separate dogs into our various play areas is dependent upon activity level, so a larger, older dog may be placed with other older, mellow dogs of his similar size. The temperament evaluation will also help us, and you, determine if our environment is right for your dog. Our daycare attendants are constantly evaluating each dog’s behavior, and if they view your dog as overwhelmed or tired, they will place your dog back in their room or in a calmer atmosphere.

Do I need to make reservation to board my dog?

Yes. For overnight boarding, we definitely need a reservation. Depending on the time of year, we can often accommodate short notice or same day notice (if your dog has previously completed the temperament evaluation). Please be aware that Holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas book several months in advance and other holidays book several weeks in advance. During the summer months, we often fill up early for weekends. If you are an established customer, you can schedule your reservations online.

What should I bring for my dog’s boarding stay?

You are welcome to bring your dog’s bed or blanket, but not necessary as we can provide bedding  to make his/her stay here more comfortable.

We strongly recommend you bring your dog’s food from home, pre bagged per meal in a baggie.   We will happily feed your dog our food (at a fee of $1 per cup) but it is best for them to not change foods too rapidly.

Can you provide my dog his/her medications? Is there a charge?

Yes, we will provide your dog’s medications at no extra charge. Please bring the medication in the original prescription bottle.

Is there a discount for multiple dogs?

Yes!  We offer discounts for boarding multiple family dogs.  For daycare, you can purchase a 10, 20, or 30 day package and share with your multiple family dogs.

Do you have daycare and boarding packages?

Yes.  You can buy a 10, 20, or 30 day Daycare Package for full or half-day daycare.  We also have 10, 20, and 30 day Boarding Packages.

Can I apply my daycare package to my boarding package?

No.  Our 24-hour boarding charge includes daycare.  However, if your dog’s boarding stay goes over 24-hours, and incurs additional daycare charges, you may apply your daycare package towards the additional daycare charge.

When we pay for boarding, does this include play time?

Yes, our 24-hour boarding fee includes daycare for your dog.

What happens if I go over 24-hours for boarding?

We understand that delays happen, and we will continue to take care of your dog until you are able to pick them up.  If your dog’s boarding goes past 24-hours, he/she will enter daycare and incur either half-day or full daycare charges.

What are the drop-off and pick-up times?

You may drop-off or pick-up your dog any time we are open during store hours.  For daycare, we recommend you drop off your dog prior to the start of the am or pm daycare session to get the most out of their daycare experience.

What kind of experience do the employees have who take care of the dogs?

Most of our staff members already have hands-on experience working with dogs.  They have gone through Pet CPR and First Aid.  We also have an in-house certification program for Dog Behavior and Daycare Management that they are mandated to complete.

How often do you clean the facilities?

We have a strict cleaning protocol that calls for daily cleaning and disinfecting of all play and overnight spaces.  During play activity, all dog waste is immediately cleaned up and the point of elimination is cleaned with enzymes.  Food bowls, water bowls, and toys are sanitized daily.  If your boarded dog messes his space, we promptly clean it and launder any soiled bedding or belongings.

Do dogs ever get hurt?

Although we do our best to minimize any injury to your dog, during normal play a dog may get small scratches, nicks, and lose small patches of fur. Although rare, it is possible for more serious injuries to occur.

What do you do in case of illness or injury?

We quickly assess the situation to determine what plan of action to take. Our concern is always what is best for the dog. Depending on the situation, we will either rush the dog to the closest vet or, in non-emergency situations, we will make the effort to take them to their own vet. We always try to contact the owner to get their permission for our chosen course of action.

Can I take a tour?

Absolutely! We will be happy to give you a tour prior to 9am, between noon and 1pm, or after 4pm. This way you will be able to tour the entire facility without risk of disturbing the dogs during play.

What payments do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, check and cash payments.