Why doggie daycare?
Doggie daycare can help your dog/puppy.........
Doggie Daycare provides all these benefits and more! What could be better
than eight to ten hours a day of running, jumping, playing and socializing
all within a safe, supervised environment. Exercise and socialization are an
important part in maintaining a well balanced healthy dog. Dogs left at home
for extended periods tend to lack proper exercise and mental stimulation
which can lead to problem behaviour. Many dogs lack stimulation, sufficient
outlets for their energy, or opportunities to safely socialize with other
dogs. Dogs/puppies in our care are monitored during play with other dogs.
Our daycare staff are trained and experienced to interpret dog body language
so we can ensure that all dogs are safe and comfortable.
Doggie Daycare Passes
Orientation Day *
$28.25/day. Save $10.00
$27.75/day. Save $25.00
$26.50/day. Save $75.00
(maximum 5 hours)
under 6 months.
under 6 months.
* Orientation Day - First
day of doggie daycare. Must be booked in advance. New dogs must arrive
at 7:00 am (only on this day).
Valid for 3 months from the date of purchase. Non refundable. No
** Puppy Intro Pass -
6 Full Days for $125.00 + H.S.T. Pass does not include "Orientation
Day". Valid for 3 months from the date of purchase. Non refundable. No
All prices are
subject to H.S.T.
Prices in effect November 1st, 2017.
Days do not have to be used consecutively.
All passes are valid for six (6) months from the date of purchase (excluding
Puppy Intro Pass).
Please call in advance to book a reservation.
Sorry we do not offer overnight boarding.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I bring my first day of doggie daycare?
On your first day of daycare,
please bring a completed Daycare Registration Form, Vet Care Release Form
and a photocopy of your most current vaccinations. If your dog eats a lunch
or snack, bring it in a labeled container/ziploc bag and we'll make sure
he/she gets it during nap time. All our guests must wear a quick-release
buckle collar. If your dog arrives on a different type of collar, it will be
removed and returned to you at the end of the day. Quick-release collars may
be purchased from us or any major pet retail store.
What does my dog do all day?
Dogs tend to play in 30-45 minute
increments. They wrestle, tug on toys, and romp around, then rest. We have
several comfy beds for our guests to take a break. We also have plenty of
nylabones for chewing when resting. We have a very scheduled day where we
rotate between play sessions indoors and potty breaks outside. Every time we
go in or outside, we work on basic obedience.
Why do you have a nap time?
We have nap time to allow our
guests to take a break and rest for the afternoon play sessions. We have
found that just like in human children, when dogs get overtired/over
stimulated, they become restless and irritable. This wired feeling can cause
upset and agitation which could cause fights. We want our guests as
comfortable, safe and happy as possible during their stay with us.
Where do the dogs potty?
We have our own private, fully
fenced back yard. We will not ruin your potty training because we are
reinforcing potty training all day long. We can even help potty train your
Do I need an appointment for
Yes. Clients with recurring
reservations receive first priority for available slots for daycare. If you
have a variable schedule, call and reserve as soon as you know to reserve
your space. Calls made the day of will be admitted only if space allows. For
the safety of our guests and staff, we cannot accept dogs without an
appointment if we are full. Last drop off time of the day is 10:00 am.
Why can't I stop by any time
to see the daycare?
While we would love to show you
around, we are unable to take time away from the dogs to give tours during
business hours. Many of our daycare dogs, while friendly, find frequent
interruptions annoying or even scary. Please give us a call to schedule a
tour or meet and greet with your dog at the end of our daycare day at
6:30pm. You can also check out our many photos and videos on our
What do you do for bad
To maintain happy daycare dogs,
we utilize redirection or time outs for dogs that are being unruly or
displaying inappropriate behaviours. A time out is not punishment, but a
break from whatever they were doing. For more information about using time
outs effectively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sometimes a
mental break is all that is needed.
What if there is an
Should there be an injury or
illness when your dog is in daycare, we will do everything in our power to
ensure the safety of your dog and other dogs. We will attempt to contact you
first, then your emergency contacts. If needed, we will transport your dog
to the vet. K9'S in KAHOOTS is not responsible for any costs involved.
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