Daycare Overview

daycareDoggie Daycare is So Much Fun!!

Too often time commitments make it almost impossible for a pet owner to provide a daily walk, some exercise time or a real socialization experience for their pet. Many pets who are well behaved when their owner is home become mischievous while they are gone. If you’ve ever come home to chewed furniture, shredded carpet, or housebreaking surprises…your pet may be the perfect candidate for Doggie Daycare!

Listen to a Happy Groomingdales Customer: Lisa

When you walk in the door after a hard day at work, does your pet demand your attention and not give you a moment’s rest? Your dog may be trying to tell you, “I’m bored!” Without something constructive to do when you leave home, your furry friend will eventually find some source of entertainment. And odds are, it won’t be something that is very entertaining to you! For the best dog daycare has to offer, come join the 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 want to make sure that your furbaby has the best experience by keeping their first visit short, 30-40 minutes. Most dogs will be begging for more and 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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ORActivity is a key for health and happiness for humans and dogs alike. Check out the benefits…you might be surprised!

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At Groomingdale’s Salon & Pawtique we offer the best quality service in an enjoyable, relaxed, safe, clean and spa like atmosphere.

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