Let’s face it, we are probably all a bit busier than we’d like to be. Between work, endless errands, kids, cleaning, you name it, you hardly have a spare moment for yourself. By the time you get everything done, you’re completely worn out. You simply don’t have the time, or the energy to give your dog the exercise and attention he needs.
That’s where doggie daycare comes in. Whether it’s just a few hours a week or everyday, doggie daycare provides an exciting social environment for your dog to romp, learn and play. It also gives your dog that special something to look forward to all week long – a special day, just for him! That’s why doggie daycare is one of the hottest trends in America these days! And, after a long day at work, wouldn’t it be nice if your dog were just as tired as you are? Our doggie daycare is also great for real estate showings, repairman visits, parties etc. We are open for daycare on Saturdays, Sundays, evenings and holidays for your convenience. Be sure to click on the activities tab to read more about all of our exciting learning and play activities.
Our daycare dog owners notice an improvement in social skills, obedience, overall physical condition and attitude with just one or two days of daycare a week. And, the physical activity your dog gets here at Furpurrsons keeps them happy and satisfied even when they’re at home! That means no more furniture chewing or bouncing off the walls at home!
Even if you are not leaving home, there may be instances where we can be of service. Unusual working hours or lengthy illnesses may make it difficult to properly care for your pet. Please call to discuss how we may help.
Furpurrsons offers day care for puppies. We can help reinforce puppies’ progress with housetraining, socialization, and bite inhibition, as well as with basic obedience.
It takes a lot to raise a great dog, and we’re your perfect partner. To facilitate house training, younger puppies relax in individual suites between potty and play sessions. “Our” puppies get extra trips outside and lots of praise and treats for eliminating in the gravel potty areas, rather than in their crate or room. They also get lots of handling, which is extremely important in their successful socialization with people. In our frequent interactions with your little one, we also reinforce basic obedience skills using positive reinforcement training (lots of praise and treats). We encourage them to sit for greeting, rather than jumping up, as well as working on the common commands of down, stay, and come.