If you're like us, your dog is not just a pet... he's a member of the family. While your dog is with us, we treat him like he's a member of our family by giving him the special treatment he deserves. Happy Dogs Play and Stay is conveniently located by Hwy 9 and GA 400. We're on 2 fenced-in acres with 8400 square feet of facility space. You dog will enjoy playing with other dogs while under the trained, loving eye of our staff.
At Happy Dogs Stay and Play, the health and safety of the dogs is our top priority. All dogs are interviewed to ensure that they meet our health and personality guidelines. This type of open play environment may not be for all dogs, and Happy Dogs Play and Stay reserves the right not to admit any dog based on temperament and level of sociability.All dogs must complete and pass our free orientation. This gives us a chance to ensure that all the dogs that come to play or stay with us are a good fit for this type of environment.
How to do it
First step: request an interview online and we will book the interview
Second step: complete the online application form.
1st Step: Request Interview2nd Step: Online Application Form
For each paying customer referral, you'll get a free Daycare!
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 and Cuddly Blankets! Also, some facilities operate under a limited schedule days before and after holidays. We only operate under a limited schedule on the holiday, so you can relax knowing your dog is getting maximum fun while you're away.
Monday ~ Saturday
7am - 7pm
Sundays & Holidays
My little dog---a heartbeat at my feet
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion
My dear old dog, most constant of all friends
William Croswell Doane
You learn in this business: It you want a friend, get a dog
Carl I Cahn