We understand that not all pet owners are able to stay home all day. There are many working pet parents who want to make sure their dogs get all the love, attention, and physical activity they need to stay happy and healthy. Thankfully, our doggy day care can give you peace of mind while you're at work.
At Dog Gone Fun, we also offer a unique Puppy Program which includes day care, training and socialization... all in one program.
Continue reading to learn what to look for in a doggy day care.
Rules to Protect Your Dog's Health
Any reputablewill make sure their pets are well taken care of. Ask a prospective dog sitter what protocols they have in place to protect your dog's health in the event of an emergency. The day care you choose for your dog should only accept dogs with proof of vaccination. The last thing you want is for your dog to get sick because another pet owner wasn't responsible.
A doggy day care should make sure all dogs are current with their vaccinations, which include rabies and distemper. The dogs we accept must also be on monthly heart worm prevention, a monthly flea treatment regimen, and have an annual negative fecal test. We care about our dogs' health and it shows in the way we clean and disinfect our facility daily, regardless of how many dogs have visited.
Puppies and dogs should always be supervised. That way, staff members will be able to break up the rare dispute or make sure your dog gets emergency medical care. Part of the experience of doggy daycare is that your dog is able to interact and play with other dogs.
We assign dogs to play groups based on size, temperament, and play style. While your dog is playing with other dogs, they will be under proper supervision so they can enjoy a safe fun experience.
You should be able to take a tour of the facilities before deciding if it is the right choice for your dog. We are happy to schedule a tour of our dog daycare facility by calling (517) 657-4300. You can count on our facilities being clean and safe for your dog. To maintain clean play environments for our dogs we clean and disinfect daily, regardless of how many dogs have visited. We also clean toys, beds, cots, bowls, and blankets.
Compassionate Trained Staff
While looking for a daycare, pay special attention to how their staff members treat animals. It's a red flag to see staff members using strong physical or verbal reprimands to reinforce boundaries. Our staff members love dogs and have the proper training to give them the care and attention they need. Whether your dog prefers play time or snuggles, our dog handlers will make sure your dog has an awesome time.
The staff at our Okemos doggy day care is dedicated to providing the best love and care to dogs during their stay. At Dog Gone Fun, we also offer services for puppy training and dog boarding. To reserve your dog's spot for daycare, call Dog Gone Fun at (517) 657-4300 today.