We have daycare options available if you need to leave your dog for a few hours or the entire day. You don't want to leave your dog alone while you're out of town. In addition, we provide overnight and extended boarding. When your dog stays with us, our team of experienced professionals works hard to make sure they have a paw-some time!
Three state-of-the-art playrooms totaling 5500 square feet are available at our location. Rubberized flooring is easy on your dog's paws and enhances cleanliness in the rooms, which were created with their comfort in mind. The team at Country Club Animal Clinic receives extensive training in spotting even the most subtle dog behavior. Our daycare comes with the added benefit of teaching your dog important socialization skills.
For your dog, being away from home might be a big issue. If you're going to board your dog with us, we recommend bringing a favorite blanket and a non-squeaky toy. We also suggest that they bring their regular food.
If your dog will be boarding with us for more than four days, we recommend giving them a bath to keep them clean.
Country Club Animal Clinic also features a unique retail area where you can buy human apparel with dog themes and nutritious dog treats.
We ask that you bring your dog to our site beforehand if you wish to use our daycare or boarding services. This will allow our staff to meet and welcome your dog and decide whether or not they are a good fit for our open play environment. We offer a complimentary, no-obligation tour of our facilities. We are convinced that you will be so satisfied with our facilities that you will hire us to care for your dog!
A: Doggy Daycare is $30 for a full day or $20 for a half day.
A: Daycare should not be used to begin socializing your puppy or dog, but it can help to maintain that degree of socialization if they are already socialized and dog (and people) tolerant. It’s crucial to remember that socializing is a perishable talent in dogs, so the less time they spend among other dogs or in similar surroundings, the newer it becomes. So, if a dog has been a regular at daycare for a while and then went on a long vacation or moved away and then returned, it can still feel like a brand new experience for them, and their socialization may regress. Another advantage of dog daycare is that it avoids disruptive behavior at home. If you have a chewer, especially one who chews out of boredom, such behavior won’t happen at home if they’re at daycare burning off energy with the pack. Some dogs go to daycare because if they are bored, they will bark all day, which might result in you being ejected from your apartment or receiving hate mail from your neighbors. As a result, daycare can be a terrific method to provide your dog with a different environment while also preventing troublesome habits at home.”
A: Your dog will spend time playing with other dogs and in the afternoon enjoy our activity of the day.