Nobody wants to put their dog in jail while they go out of town. At K-9 Daycare, you don’t have to.
Here’s a typical schedule for boarding dogs. Between 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m., all dogs are ready for their breakfast. After a little time to digest, all the dogs are brought into playgroups for a full day of frolicking. We’ll set up a big dog playgroup, a small dog playgroup, and a playgroup for puppies and seniors if necessary.
Around noon, we feed lunches, and administer meds, naps, baths, etc. After this, there’s more doggone fun in the playgroups. Throughout the day, the dogs get plenty of exercise, but also have the opportunity to sleep or relax on beds in the playgroups if they’d like. After a big day of socialization and fun, all dogs retire to their suites for dinner. Lastly, all the dogs are taken out for their last evening stroll.
Boarding dogs need to arrive for boarding by 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday and by 12:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.
All dogs must be complete a one time temperament evaluation prior to, or on their first visit. Temperament evaluations are scheduled by appointment. They usually take less than a half hour and include a tour of our facility. Evaluations are done Monday thru Friday between 10:00 and 2:00. The dog will need to do at least 1 day of daycare prior to boarding.
To begin the evaluation you will need to have proof that your dog has current vaccinations against Rabies, DHLPP, and Bordatella. Please note that bordatella vaccinations are not automatically given by most veterinarians.
All dogs over 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered in order to be enrolled in daycare or boarded at K-9 Daycare. We take great care to ensure a positive experience for all our four-legged guests, and keeping your pet spayed or neutered helps!