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Day Camp & Boarding

About Doggie Day Camp

 
Doggie Day Camp is a wonderful way for your dog to spend his/her day while you are busy or at work. It allows your dog to burn excess physical and mental energy, improve social skills and get lots of attention throughout the day. Pawsitive Results Doggie Daycamp is very different than a traditional Doggie Daycare or Camp in many ways. The most crucial difference is that they will be monitored by me, a professional dog trainer. I also offer daily training refreshers for dogs that could use improvement of certain skills. A balanced dog is a happy and healthy dog. This is always my goal. Another major difference is the amount of dogs in for Camp at any given time. I am very discerning not only as to which dogs are accepted into camp but also as to how many dogs are accepted on a given day. This assures that every dog not only has a wonderful time every day but that no negative behaviors are acquired. In fact, every owner who has enrolled their dog into camp has commented how much improved their dogs behavior has become!
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Doggie Day Camp Hours:

MondayFriday
Drop Off- after 7am
Pick Up- before 7pm
 

What to Bring?

 
Collar, including ID tag
Leash (no retractables)
Copy of your dogs current rabies vaccination
Veterinarian and contact info
Small bag of food and feeding instructions
Any necessary medication, supplements of specialty treats
 
 

About Boarding

 
Boarding your dog at a veterinarian or commercial facility can be stressful and damaging for any dog. Not only does each dog not get the personal attention they are used to and deserve but dogs can become physically ill. The stress of being in a cage or run instead of in a home, not to mention the incessant barking, whining and commotion of other scared, stressed or unbalanced dogs can cause your dog harm. I have begun to offer boarding to my clients in order to offer them a solution to this problem. Cage free boarding, in my home is fun for your dog and gives you complete peace of mind when you are away. I stay in contact with pictures and short video updates. They are socializing with well balanced dogs and get plenty of outdoor time in the yard and sunning on the deck. Private rooms are available for those dogs that need extra quite time such as seniors. Additionally, I also offer training refreshers for dogs that could use improvement on certain skills.

Boarding Hours
Monday-Friday: 7am-7pm
Sat/Sun: 10am-5pm
(If you are later than the final pick-up time, pick-up will be available the following morning)
 
 

What to Bring?

 
Collar, including ID tag
Leash (no retractables)
Copy of your dogs current rabies vaccination
Veterinarian and contact info
Plenty of food (please pack a few days extra just in case your travel plans are delayed) and feeding instructions
Any necessary medication, supplements of specialty treats
T-Shirt you have slept in (in a ziploc) This helps your pup sleep their first night away from home.
Your dog’s favorite bed, blanket, and toys
Shampoo in case of sloppy weather