1. What is Doggie DayCare?
Dog daycare works much like a daycare center for children.You can drop your dog off during the morning (or afternoon) and then pick them up later in the day. During your dog's stay at daycare, they will be able to socialize with people and other dogs.

2. What are the benefits of Doggie DayCare?
There are MANY benefits! Dogs are social animals by nature and greatly benefit from being able to interact with other dogs. Throughout the day your dog will get lots of mental and physical exercise! It will also give you the piece of mind that your dog is playing in a safe and supervised environment instead of redecorating your house!

3. Do you board dogs too?
Yes, we do. But we have found that dogs that attend Doggie DayCare as well have less anxiety than dogs who are just crated. Our dogs that attend Doggie DayCare are also crated at night, but that is a great time for them to rest from their day of playing and socializing.
4. How will my dogs know where to relieve themselves in an indoor facility? Will it cause an issue with their house training?
Our indoor facility has been rennovated to handle dogs! We have a 80' french drain and sloped floors. The Pet Turf Pro is very grass-like and gives the dogs a clean place to use the bathroom. The new dogs follow the lead of the others and learn quickly where to potty. All messes are immediately mopped up or rinsed down the drain. The entire facility is disinfected thoroughly every night. 

Before purchasing our new facility, we did extensive research and spoke to owners of similar facilities all over the country. None of their customer had issues with the dogs pottying indoors after staying with them and neither have we. 

5. Are there separate areas for little dogs to play in?
Yes! We have three seperate areas for dogs of different sizes and tempraments to play in. 

6. Does my dog need to be vaccinated?
Yes. Your dog needs to have rabies, DHLPP, Bordatella (Kennel Cough) and be on a flea prevention medication.

7. Will my dog go through any screening?
Yes. Your dog will have a Personality Evaluation to assess their temperament before playing with the other dogs. We will look for aggressiveness, shyness, etc. The dogs must be able to play nicely and  we need to see they are in good health.