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Offered Monday - Saturday on a walk-in basis
All boarding/daycare dogs must have at least the first round of CIV
Our off-leash social play program provides hours of play time for your pup that is both mentally and physically stimulating. We now have both indoor (rubber matted) and outdoor (turfed) yards for your pup to play regardless of the weather!
We welcome all dogs regardless of age, size, or temperament - we do not breed discriminate. If your pup is food or toy aggressive, we will make sure they are not in a group with toys or treats. If your pup is in heat, we can provide individual play during the time of her cycle. We also provide individual play for pups who prefer playing with our staff members over other dogs.
We require all boarding and daycare dogs six months and older to have rabies, bordetella, distemper/parvo (DHPP), and CIV (canine influenza) vaccines.
APH can administer bordetella and distemper/parvo vaccines to adult dogs for an additional $30 per vaccine.
We require proof that the dog has received the vaccine before.
Puppies must have all three rounds of veterinary-administered (or veterinary-approved) boosters for boarding and daycare services. Rabies is not required for puppies under six months of age.
We cannot accept home-administered vaccines.
If you or a breeder has administered vaccines to your pet, please have them approved by your veterinarian.
We can only accept vaccine records from veterinarian clinics.
Our daycare program is a little different than other daycare facilities...
We believe that breaks are vital for your pup's overall wellbeing during a full day of daycare. This allows dogs to take a quick rest from playing so they don't over exhaust themselves, which can lead to stress and moody pups. We allow all of our daycare and boarding dogs to take a break during lunchtime (typically 11am-12pm or 12pm-1pm) from playing. Lunch is fed around 12pm to our daycare dogs if requested and provided by the owner.
Daycare dogs may be dropped off at any time Monday through Saturday during our regular business hours (7am-6pm). Because we are a boarding facility, too, daycare does not start until 9am so we can cater to our boarding dogs first thing in the morning. Daycare dogs dropped off before 9am stay in their own kennel until daycare starts. Water and a comfy cot is always available to daycare dogs whether they are playing in group or in a kennel.
We have three different groups: actives, calms, and smalls. Each group is tailored to the various age, size, and temperament we see in our daycare and boarding dogs. We never allow small and big dogs in the same group to avoid injuries and conflict in play style. Our play groups are always supervised by at least one of our trained handlers, and dogs are never left unattended. Our new vinyl fencing makes our yards very secure and safe for your dog, even diggers and fence climbers!
About our temperament tests...
Temperament tests are conducted during your pup's first day with us (we do not require a separate appointment and there is no additional assessment fee). Because our groups are based on age, size, and energy level, this allows us to 1) determine your dog's play style, and 2) determine which group your dog is most comfortable in. Your pup does not need to pass their temperament test to stay with us. We offer accommodations for dogs who prefer playing with our staff members over other dogs, including routine potty breaks and individual play.
Up to 2 hours of play
Up to 4 hours of play
Over 4 hours of play
Daycare passes can be purchased for 5, 10, 20, and 30 days, saving you up to 20% off the regular rate!
Our virtual daycare passes never expire and are recommended for regular daycare goers.
OUR PLAY AREAS
Petnasium (1359 square feet)
Romp Room (524 square feet)
Upstairs Playroom (488 square feet)
Small K9 Yard
Our designated play areas and turfed yards are thoroughly sanitized every night and spot cleaned during the day. We practice high standards of cleanliness and sanitation for your dog's health and overall well-being.