Our daycare currently has a waitlist. Please sign up to our waiting list and we will contact you when a spot opens up! For current clients to stay in our system, they must bring their dog at least once per 21 days or they will be considered inactive and must re-apply (spots not guaranteed).
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Day Care & Training
Fia’s Canine Day Care Center was created for one single reason - to provide all pets and pet parents the services, care, and support they need and deserve.
With over 30 years of experience and a team of experts, this is daycare with a difference. We unleash happiness and enrich the lives of dogs (and their families) with our magical combination of passionate expertise and social fulfillment.
From the moment they arrive your dog will be in good company because our Happy Play Policy guarantees that every dog we take is friendly, social, and thrives in a daycare environment. We also take our time to match individuals to the best group based on their size and play style.
The first six months of a puppy’s life are key in ensuring they gain those vital lives and social skills. Our Puppy Primer Program is dedicated to nurturing development and providing a safe and fun environment for puppies to prepare for the big world. Our classes are kept small to ensure personal attention from our wonderful trainers
Frequently Asked Questions
Does my dog need to be neutered or spayed to attend daycare?
Yes, all dogs must be neutered or spayed by 6 months old in order to attend daycare.
What vaccines are required for daycare and training?
We require Distemper (DHLPP,) Bordetella and Rabies to be current for your dog to attend daycare or training. Please provide proof of vaccines prior to the first visit. Or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why does my dog need daycare?
Dog daycare provides your canine companion with the physical activity, socialization, and supervision they need. A professional, well-run dog daycare offers many advantages for dogs and pet owners who work all day and don’t want their dogs to be alone. Dog daycare alleviates boredom and loneliness and can offer a safe, interactive, and fun, cage-free outlet for high-energy dogs.