Letting your dog have free-time to interact with other dogs and humans of all ages is one of the most important things you can do to help her develop into and remain a calm, confident dog unlikely to bark, bite or become fearful or aggressive.
A supervised alternative to leaving your dog crated all day, doggie daycare provides an environment for dogs to play and be around people and other dogs. Socialization is an important part of any dog’s training and being exposed to a variety of other pooches in a controlled environment can be fun for all.
A tired dog is a good dog and many dog owners feel that play time is one of the best benefits of doggie daycare. After playing with other dogs for several hours, their pets are ready to lie down or cuddle after a long day.
Dogs who get more playtime and exercise are often healthier and live longer, so you get to keep your best friend around longer.
If you have a very young dog or an older dog that can’t wait until you get home to go to the bathroom, consider taking them to daycare. We’ll make sure the dogs have plenty of chances to relive themselves throughout the day.