when isolated. Daycare for your dog is one of the best ways to teach their dog
City Dogs is designed to fit into our clients’ busy lives. We understand that having a dog in your family is a 24-7 commitment. Dog daycare provides many more hours of activity than a short walk from a mid-day dog walking service. We have a speedy drop off and pick up, so that you don’t spend your valuable time waiting. If you’re driving, call us 5 minutes before pick up and we’ll get your dog ready for a drive by pickup (please use pre-paid packages or keep a current credit card on file for payments). Your dog spends the day interacting with canine and human companions, and you both go home ready to relax from a long day.
If you decide on daycare, take it slow at first (shorter trips, with lots of down time between them, and watch your dog carefully while you’re at or traveling to/from the establishment).
Bigs 3 indoor play area at FFP Doggie Daycare
Smallville play area at FFP Doggie Daycare
Whether your dog is playful pup, or in their golden years, daycare has many benefits! Drop your dog off at daycare and they"ll spend the day socializing with other dogs, running around playing fetch, and maybe a little nap here and there, and at the end of the day you"ll pick up a delightfully wore-out pup!I was recently asked for suggestions on what to do with a new dog, in this case a Terrier, during the day while the pet owners are at work. More specifically, the inquirer was looking for advice on Daycare for their dog. Dogs who are not used to high levels of activity and out door play sometimes take a while to get used to daycare. Fatigue, sore paws, excessive thirst, or sore muscles are some of the signs.I haven’t taken a dog to daycare, but it is certainly an option! There are poor and good day cares – certainly something to get recommendations on and observe before deciding. You may even investigate “home” situations where a neighbor, friend, or service provider opens their home to care for dogs during the day.City Dogs provides a fun and active environment while also fostering good manners and social skills. Dogs engage in supervised play, benefitting from canine and human socialization and exercise. Each day our daycare staff writes a report card letting you know how your dog’s day went.If you want a lot of control over how your dog develops, and what is acceptable behavior, I would recommend you find an alternative to daycare. Other options for you might include (and this is what I did when my kelpie was 7months-1yr):