LET THEM PLAY WHILE YOU’RE AWAY.
Doggie Day Camp is an enjoyable and healthy option to crating or having a dog walker come in during the day. Some of our clients bring their dogs to Doggie Day Camp five or seven days a week, while others come only occasionally or as an alternative to a kennel while work is being done on their house. Some bring their dogs only on weekends while they run errands.
There are many good reasons to choose Doggie Day Camp for your dog. First, it helps socialize your dog. Dogs are pack animals by nature, but rarely get to be around a ‘pack’ in today’s world. As a result, some dogs become dog-aggressive or overly fearful around other dogs. Doggie Day Camp allows them to socialize and play with other dogs in a way that is much more natural for them. Second, it keeps your dog active and healthy, and third, it makes your dog just plain happy to be in a stimulating environment, playing with other dogs and people.
Doggie day camp hours are Monday through Friday from 6:30 AM – 7:00 PM, Saturday from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM and Sunday from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
Olde Towne Pet Resort offers several rooms for dogs to play. Trained supervisors ensure safe play. Doggie Day Camp includes indoor and outdoor play, snack, and rest time. Doggie Day Camp runs our entire business day, seven days a week. Olde Towne Pet Resort offers several rooms for dogs to play. Trained supervisors ensure safe play. Doggie Day Camp includes indoor and outdoor play, snack, and rest time.
Boarding dogs can enjoy the fun of day camp, too! Sign up for an individual play time or group play session. This is a great treat for young dogs and for energetic dogs that are easily bored in their suites. Boarder day camp runs for 4-6 hours per day all year long.
Kitty Camp is the area’s premier cats-only day camp facility. That means no dogs allowed. Kitty Camp is a place where cats can play or relax in a fun, stress-free environment. Our enclosures allow our guests to jump, stretch and be up high!
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