Daycare Benefits

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Having friends is important to everyone. We can provide a safe and interactive place to play! Come experience exceptional pet care.

Dogs Have So Much Fun at Daycare! Here are Some of the Benefits!

  • Dogs are able to socialize with other dogs in a pack setting.
  • Dogs are given multiple outside potty breaks daily helping to house train a young dog.
  • Issues deriving from boredom and loneliness are eliminated.
  • Dogs are mentally and physically stimulated, keeping them happy and balanced.
  • We help shy and fearful dogs become more confident.
  • Puppies learn essential skills needed for socializing safely with dogs outside of the home.

Our Daycare Provides Structured Play and Learning Opportunities!

  • Dogs have access to indoor and outdoor play areas.
  • Our indoor “all day play” area features recycled rubber flooring for traction and fewer injuries.
  • Our play groups are supervised by a trained staff member at all times!
  • We never use any form of physical punishment to correct unwanted behavior.
  • Dogs are divided into play groups by size and temperament creating a safe environment.
  • We provide kiddie pools in the summer to keep pets cool while they are having fun!

To Make it Even Easier – Take the First Step Now!

We have a two step process at Groomingdales for our new daycare guests.

1 As our way of starting the relationship off right, we’d like to give you a free gift: Download our great article “Bad Dog or Bored Dog” to keep your dog safe and healthy – right now, for FREE!

2 All daycare guests start off with an evaluation and tour, called our “Meet & Greet.” We are so sure your pooch will love it here, when the evaluation is over they can stay the rest of the day for FREE ($17 value). And what if your dog is begging for more? Well by taking your first step below you’ll receive a coupon via email for $5 off the first daycare package! So let’s get you started– just click the button below! That’s it!

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ORTake a minute and consider the amazing relationship you have with you’re dog…getting even BETTER. Check out what happened with Janice and her dog Buster…
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