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Spa for Paws
Grooming, Boarding, and Doggy Daycare
Doggy Daycare
Dog Daycare
Doggy Daycare
Doggy Daycare is a fun way for dogs to expend energy while you're at work or running errands. It is not a substitute for proper training, but it is a good outlet for energy. 
What do we do?
Dogs play in one or all of our four yards. Activities include agility ramp, sprinkler fun, pool play, tug-o-war, fetch, and of course, pup on pup play! 
We can help!
Our daycare specialists can help with integration, fear, shyness, and some socialization issues. Bring your pup for a trial day; it's FREE! (No aggressive dogs, please!) Dog over 6 months old must be spayed or neutered* *Exceptions are made on a case by case basis based on behavior, gender, and breed. 

Doggy Daycare is available Monday-Friday from 7 am-6 pm. Walk-ins are welcome on a space available basis. All breeds are welcome, however, aggressive dogs are not. Dogs must be current on all vaccinations to include rabies, DHPP (distember/parvo) and bordetella. Since our daycare is strictly outside, all dogs are required to be on a flea and tick preventative. Bordetella should be given at least 7 days prior to daycare attendance. Any dog over 6 months of age must be spayed or neutered.  

Full day (2-5 hours): $14 

Half day(1-3 hours): $8 

Daycare Packages:
10 full day or 20 half day packages: $100
Daycare packages do not expire. 

As of January 2019, all our yards have been turfed. There is shade, lounge beds, and water at all times. Separation is done mainly by size but other factors such as age and fragility are taken in to account. 
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Doggy Daycare FAQ's

Will they get dirty or wet?

How long is daycare?

Are there any dogs or breeds you wont take? 

Daycare is a minimum of 2 hours for full days and 1 hour for half days. The average is 2 hours for half days and 4 hours for full days. We are not a rotation based daycare. All dogs are outside the same amount of time, at the same time, and we have a promised minimum time outside. We have never had any complaints about a dog not being tired. 
It's possible. We take dogs out daily, even if it's rainy or wet outside, unless they don't want to go.  All of our yards have been turfed so they don't get muddy like they used to but they do tend to get wet and it is still possible for them to get dirty.  
We accept all breeds, however, we do not accept all dogs. Dogs, no matter their breed, must be appropriate for daycare. Dogs that escalate too quickly and don't respond to correction are not welcome. Fence jumpers are not appropriate for our yards: Consider an indoor facility. Dogs with high prey drive, some terrier breeds, and most deaf dogs do not do well in daycare, but no one is discrimiated on by breed; only by behavior. 

How are the dogs separated?

How does it work?

Can I get Daycare and grooming on the same day?

Dogs are separated by both size and temperment. We often have large, older dogs in with small dogs because they do not want to be in with the larger, rowdy dogs. Puppies, even larger ones, are also often in with smaller dogs because mature, small dogs are excellent at teaching puppies proper petiquette. 
For weekday daycare: Dogs can be dropped off as early as 7:00 AM. They will hang out in one of our runs until it's time to go out to daycare. Daycare lasts for about 2 hours in the morning, then they come in for a break from 12:00 to 1:00 pm.  Shortly after 1:00 pm, they go back out for another couple hours of play. Around 3:00 pm they are put back in their kennel to await your arrival.  We have never had anyone complain that their dog is not tired at the end of the day. On weekends, we do one long daycare for boarding dogs only. Half days are just put up earlier. 
Yes! If you want to bring your dog for daycare in the morning and then pick them up in the evening smelling fresh and clean, you can do that! You need to let us know that's what you want when dropping off, though.