What To Expect The First Time You Try Doggie/Doggy Daycare Instead Of Leaving Your Dog Home Alone

What To Expect The First Time You Try Doggie/Doggy Daycare Instead Of Leaving Your Dog Home Alone

Doggie daycare has been gaining in popularity over the past couple of years. It’s a place that your dog can go to have fun during the day and not be stuck at home alone.

Doggie daycare is more than just pet sitting though. It’s also a great socialisation experience for your dog — especially if your dog doesn’t have a lot of opportunities to be around other dogs and people. Plus, you get peace of mind knowing that your dog is happy, healthy, and being taken care during the long hours of the day.

Doggie daycare typically involves a bit more interaction with other dogs and other people than dog boarding itself does.

All doggie daycare facilities will require proof that your dog is up-to-date on its vaccines (or recent titer test).  They will most likely also require that your dog be either spayed or neutered (inquire with the doggy daycare provider) and have a clean bill of health.

Your dog cannot show any signs of aggression toward other dogs or humans.

Typical Doggy Daycare Program:

  • 7:00 Drop off
  • 9.30 Morning walk / play
  • 10.30 Rest time / mental activities
  • 11.30 Playtime – Ball play and various activities
  • 12.30 Rest time
  • 2.30 Afternoon walk / play
  • 3.30 Rest time / mental activities
  • 4.30 Playtime – Ball play and various activities
  • 5.30 Pickup

 

 

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