Introduction to daycare
Dogtown's daycare is extraordinary! We know how busy life can get, which is why we are open 24/7/365. You can bring your dog in at any time throughout the day or evening, whether you're working late, running errands, or just need a break. Rest assured that your dog will be in good hands with our team of experienced professionals.
At Dogtown, we believe that your pet deserves the best care and attention. That's why we provide a range of activities and play areas to keep your dog entertained and stimulated, including indoor and outdoor spaces, toys, and games. Our staff also takes the time to get to know each dog individually, so we can provide a personalized experience that meets their unique needs. We understand that your dog is an important part of your family, and we are here to help you live your best life while your dog lives theirs.
Experience Dogtown's Daycare!
Learn how daycare at Dogtown offers dogs essential social interaction, mental stimulation, and physical activity, contributing to their overall happiness and well-being by watching this adorable video. Witness our commitment to providing dogs with an unmatched kennel-free environment, day and night, transcending the limitations of traditional kennels. Dive into our visionary concept and seize the chance to embrace Dogtown's mission – just press play!
Tune in for peace of mind and hours of entertainment. Even if you want to watch your dog sleeping at night, go for it! We have cameras all over the building!
Fun Enrichment Activities
Our daycare counselors engage with dogs through fun enrichment activities, daycare games, and basic obedience training every day!
Socialization and Exercise
Daycare can be life-changing for dogs and their owners. Your dog will make all kinds of new buddies in daycare and come home tired and behaved after getting the exercise s/he needs.
Just like our service, our pricing is flexible, too. Because Dogtown is open 24/7/365, we bill our clients in quarters of the day. We have a pricing solution for every person's unique situation! There are three convenient ways to pay for daycare: daily, a package, or a daycare membership. Daycare memberships offer the best value and extra perks. Buying days in bulk with our various packages offers great savings too!Learn About MembershipsLearn About Our Evaluation Process
Buy days in bulk for a lower price! Use those days as needed. The more you buy, the lower your daily price will be. Package days expire after 999 days.
What if my dog fails daycare?
When dogs are not doing well in regular daycare, if eligible, we offer behavioral daycare. With behavioral daycare, dogs get short daycare sessions with small groups of dogs. These sessions are supervised by a trainer, and they are focused on socialization issues dogs have in daycare.learn more about training
Do the dogs have toys and activities in Dogtown’s daycare?
Yes, we do have toys and enrichment activities for dogs. We also do some trick and obedience training during daycare and work on behavioral and social issues. We do not always have toys in daycare. Sometimes we bring toys in, but toys can be stimulating, so it will depend on the day and the group of dogs present.
Does Dogtown have an outside yard?
Yes! Unlike many competitors, at Dogtown, we have yards. We believe it’s important for dogs to go outside to go potty. Dogs go outside regularly and it’s part of their routine.
What is nap time? What if I don’t want my dog to nap while at Dogtown?
Nap time is a much needed break for dogs to get a chance to relax between play times. Nap time greatly reduces the risk of problems due to over-tiredness. Like kids, dogs get cranky when they are tired. Nap time revitalizes dogs and makes them feel much better. Dogs who are present for half days, who arrive late in the day, or whose owners ask for their dogs to skip nap, will not nap.
If my dog is a senior, will Dogtown be a good environment?
Every senior dog is different. Some senior dogs can come and stay with us, especially if they are used to being with us. Sometimes daycare is just too much for seniors, and it’s not the best environment for them. We do have senior lounges at our front desk for older dogs but dogs up front have to be exceptionally well behaved. Not all senior dogs can be up front. It’s situation dependent.
If my dog has mobility issues or disabilities, can my dog stay at Dogtown?
This question is situation-dependent. If we aren’t comfortable caring for your dog, we will let you know. Feel free to start the conversation with us. Dogtown is kennel-free and high activity all day, so it might not be best for a dog with mobility issues.