Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that your pets are like family, and it’s our top priority to make you feel comfortable with the care we provide them. To make sure all your questions are answered, we’ve included our FAQs below.
How do I sign my dog up for daycare?
You can reach out to us via social media, phone, email, or drop by our location to receive an application packet. Once we receive the completed packet with all required information, we will schedule an evaluation to meet you and your pup! There is a $25 nonrefundable deposit required to schedule the evaluation, but upon passing, it will be credited to your account. Once your pup passes the evaluation you can start making appointments for them to come and play!
What does my dog do all day?
They will play with friends! We have a main play room, and other areas for small play groups. They can rest if they need, eat when required, as well as spend time outside (in our fully fenced yard!) and practicing some new skills!
What are the vaccine requirements to attend daycare?
We require that all dogs have their Rabies, Bordetella, and Distemper vaccines.
Do you require that dogs be spayed/neutered?
In short- yes. However, pups will be considered on a case by case basis after we have the opportunity to speak with parents about what is best for their dog. While we will never go against a breeder or a vet's recommendations, we need to know that there is a plan in place to spay/neuter at a time that is appropriate for your pup.
Do you accept all dog breeds?
Yes, we accept all dog breeds, provided that they pass an evaluation prior to attending daycare.
Can I see pictures of my dog playing?
Yes! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for posts and pictures about your pups!
Why dog daycare?
One of the best things you could do for your pup is provide him or her with the fun, socialization & mental stimulation that they need and deserve! Our goal is to provide an environment that is safe and clean, and where your pup will be loved on and cared for each day. Drop your dog off at Dog Daze and let them spend the day running and playing with friends and burning off all that energy! Then enjoy your evenings at home with a tired pooch who wants to snuggle rather than get into mischief.
Peace of mind for you, knowing your pet is in a safe environment and not at home eating the couch or crying in their crate.
Exercise for your dog means better overall mental and physical health.
Individual attention and loving affection from a staff who genuinely care for about your pet.
Evaluations done on all dogs prior to acceptance to ensure a safe space for your dogs to play and learn. We are able to separate dogs by size and/or play style.
Better mental health for your dog as they enjoy an environment that increases mental stimulation and socialization while decreasing behavioral issues caused by boredom and separation anxiety.