Dog Daycare & Group Play
Dog Daycare is an excellent way for dogs to learn social skills, exercise with structure, learn group manners, and to burn off excess energy.
Dogs are separated into play groups based on age, size, temperament, and play style. Ruff House has indoor and outdoor play yards, swimming pool, and play ramps.
Dogs play during the day and with supervision by Pack Leaders. They take an afternoon nap and breaks as needed. If it is raining or hot, we have indoor yards where dogs are protected from the weather. 24 hour live web cameras let you observe the fun throughout the day and are accessible for all customers.
Note: Daycare on Sundays is for boarding dogs only
Brush Up Lessons
A convenient and inexpensive way to refresh the training behaviors or correct a bad habit while at daycare.
Brush up lessons are for dogs that have completed training with us in the past and need reinforcement of commands and lessons. Basic manners, leash walking, socialization, no barking, stay, down, or recall are some of the most common requests. Upon drop-off simply fill out the day training form and we’ll schedule your session with a trainer.
Puppy Daycare is offered for 4-6 month of age at a discounted rate by purchasing a puppy pass.
Puppies are usually grouped with the small dogs. We consider size, age and temperament into play yard choice. Puppies interact in a controlled and safe environment helping to reduce the risk of injury while gaining social skills.
We offer daycare Monday to Saturday and on Sundays for boarding dogs only. Once you are a registered customer you will have the convenience of dropping into dog daycare without a reservation.
Meet & Greet
We require that all customers come in for a “meet and greet” and complete the registration process, before attending day care or participating in group play. We evaluate dogs for health, temperament, and sociability with people and other dogs both on and off leash.
Schedule a Meet & Greet
We require a meet & greet for all new customers.
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