Socialization and Temperament Interview
The socialization and temperament interview is a required assessment prior to your pup's first day of doggie day care or overnight dog boarding stay. There is no charge for this assessment.
Interviews are by appointment only. Each dog must stay at minimum of 3 hours, but they are invited to stay a full day.
Please keep in mind that while many dogs enjoy playing and tumbling around with other dogs, there are some that do not. Some dogs don't like to share toys or treats and/or are nervous around new people. Some dogs can find open-play daycare to be too stressful and would prefer to be in the comforts of their own home/environment. How a dog reacts at daycare depends on their socialization experiences.
Our overnight boarding is NOT an a-la-carte menu like some other places, we offer: Free Day Care, Live OnlineDoggie Cams, Large Indoor & Outdoor Play Areas, Extra Large Suites, Cozy Cots, Cuddly Blankets and a Yummy Before Bed Treat!
Since daycare is included in your stay, bring your dog earlier in the day to enjoy a full day of play!
Any time between 7:00 am and 6:45pm Monday through Saturday. Sundays & Holidays, 7am - 10am or 4pm -7pm.
Please give us notification of boarding reservation cancellation at least 72 hours prior to the first day boarding stay.
Holiday reservations require a 3-night minimum stay.
We accept Cash, Check, Visa, Master Card, American Express & Discover.
A NSF charge of $25 applies to any returned checks.
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