The Benefits

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Daycare Benefits are Endless!

Having friends is important to everyone. We can provide a safe and interactive place to play! Come experience exceptional pet care at our fantastic Dalton dog boarding facility.

Dogs Have So Much Fun at Daycare! Here are Some of the Benefits!

Dogs are able to socialize with other dogs in a pack setting.
Dogs are given multiple outside potty breaks daily helping to house train a young dog.
Issues deriving from boredom and loneliness are eliminated.
Dogs are mentally and physically stimulated, keeping them happy and balanced.
We help shy and fearful dogs become more confident.
Puppies learn essential skills needed for socializing safely with dogs outside of the home.

Our Daycamp Provides Structured Play and Learning Opportunities!

Dogs have access to indoor and outdoor play areas.
Our indoor “all day play” area features recycled rubber flooring for traction and fewer injuries.
Our play groups are supervised by a trained staff member at all times!
We never use any form of physical punishment to correct unwanted behavior.
Dogs are divided into play groups by size and temperament creating a safe environment.
We provide kiddie pools in the summer to keep pets cool while they are having fun!

To Make it Even Easier – Take the First Step Now!

We have a two-step process at Four Paws for our new lodging guests.

1 As our way of starting the relationship off right, we’d like to give you a free gift: Download our great article “Dog Park Safety” to keep your dog safe and healthy – it can be yours right now, for FREE!

2 All daycare guests start off with an evaluation called our “Meet & Greet” the first day they come in. And what if your dog is begging for more after that? Well by taking your first step below you’ll receive a coupon via email for $5 off the first daycare package! So let’s get you started– just click the button below! That’s it!

ORTake a minute and consider the amazing relationship you have with you’re dog…getting even BETTER. Check out what happened with Alison and her dog Buster…