Are you interested in taking your dog to a doggy daycare? The average day care has cages that they use when your pet is not socializing with others in the play yard or room. In a busy doggy daycare, your pup can end up spending quite a bit of time in their cage.
In a kennel free doggy daycare, there are no cages or kennels that your pampered pet will be languishing in most of their time, instead of socializing with other dogs. While not a new concept, it is one that is slowly taking hold in the doggy daycare niche.
Kennel free means the dogs have free run on a large property that has been fenced in for security and safety. There are rooms indoors for play and if it is inclement weather outside. Some of the activities that could be included are:
· Running free in the large yard
· Swimming in the pools
· Playing ball with other dogs
· Digging in a pile of dirt
· Get attention lavished on them from the attendants
Older dogs can enjoy our office, or just watch the pack with one of the attendants. Most offer grooming at a special rate for customers. You will have to have a health certificate from your vet that states all of the shots are complete and your pet is parasite-free.
Kennel free doggy daycare can be a good thing if your pet does not do well when left home alone while you work and he or she enjoys having plenty to explore and room to run. They have to play well with others, an aggressive dog is not allowed for the safety of other dogs and the staff. Make sure the fencing used is adequate and that your dog isn’t a jumper to avoid any accidental escapes.
Using a kennel free doggy daycare has lots of canine advantages!