If your dog fails the evaluation, she will not be able to use our services. In some cases, the owner may schedule a consultation with our trainer to see if the dog may be eligible for behavioral daycare and then, eventually, a chance of getting admitted into regular daycare. Although behavioral daycare is quite a bit more expensive than regular daycare, it is very low ratio, very low intensity, involves small group focused time with our behavioral counselors, and may provide your dog an opportunity to transition into regular daycare. During behavioral daycare, while not engaging with a pack, they may be crated or placed in a private suite for frequent breaks. This is situation dependent. Some dogs get overwhelmed with daycare and cannot pass on their first try. However, with the help of a behavior counselor, some dogs may be able to gain confidence and eventually do well in daycare.