We are happy to provide a fun, safe, stimulating, and enjoyable environment for your pets while you are busy during the day. Your pets will be returned to you relaxed and ready for a quiet evening at home. The doggie daycare program is perfect for animals with tendencies toward destruction or escape when left alone. If you are having trouble house training your newest addition, the Heartland Doggie Daycare program is a great resource to assist you in your efforts. We can help speed up the training process and leave you with fewer accidents to clean up.
All Doggie Daycare and boarding dogs must have the following:
DA2PP, 1 year or 3 year vaccine
Rabies, 1 year or 3 year vaccine
Bordetella vaccine within last 6 months
Negative fecal exam w/ giardia test within the last 6 months
Benefits of Doggie Daycare
Dogs, especially younger puppies, need a lot of exercise to thrive. Often more than we can give them on a daily basis especially when busy with work and families. Exercise is vital to build and learn appropriate interactions with people and other puppies as well as get used to new surroundings. Doggie Day Care can provide your pooch with the exercise they need throughout the day when your schedule does not allow it.
Doggie daycare can provide your pooch with productive ways to engage themselves. We offer toys, structured activities, and continuous canine and human interaction to keep them intellectually engaged. Kennel technicians are there to make sure your pet is enjoying their play area and playgroup.
Leaving a bored, idle dog at home can often lead to destructive tendencies in order to release energy and boredom. A chewed sofa or spilled garbage can be a result of being cooped up too long, and may also lead to having to visit your veterinarian for possible issues. Doggie daycare ensures the release of energy in a positive way throughout the day without being destructive.
Hanging around with other pups of similar sizes and personalities can benefit your dogs’ social development. This can lead to more confident interactions with other people and animals outside of doggie daycare.