Come PLAY with us!
Meeting our new clients before joining our daycare program is very important to us. This allows us to give you and your pooch a tour of the facility and answer any questions you may have.
All dogs must be spayed or neutered before ten months.
Proof of vaccination for Rabies, Distemper/DHLPP or Parvo, Bordetella and fecal exam for parasites.
Call us at 773.878.0500 to schedule your visit
full day $30
half day $20
five pack $140
ten pack $260
twenty pack $490
*packages expire within 6 months of purchase. They are non-refundable or transferable. 10% discount for all multiple household dogs & human senior clients.
Our 8,000 Sqf indoor facility is safety equipped to allow your dog to exercise daily. To ensure a safe play environment for your dog, all of our guests are temperament tested with other dogs before they are placed in playgroups. Our guests will have areas designated for large and small dogs to ensure safety. Size, age and temperament define a dog’s playgroup. If your dog is not social with other dogs, ask for solo play options.
New clients, please fill out the new client form and fax or email your pup’s current vaccinations records. We will contact you to schedule a meet and greet and schedule your pup’s first day/temperament test with us within the first 24 hours of receiving your forms! Once your pup has successfully passed their first day, you are welcome to join daycare any day that you choose after. We are here for you 7 days a week.
We want your pup to have a successful and fun experience while you are away for the day. So, we do all we can do to ensure the safety and well being of all of our furry friends! Our protocol is to slowly integrate them into the different main play groups within the first visit. This helps them gain trust in our staff and helps boost their confidence around all of their new friends!
Though they will be tired after a day of play, they may go home super excited at first. But, rest assured they will be asleep in no time! They may also drink a lot of water when they return home. They have had access to water all day but some may forget to drink as much as they need.