Kent's first and most trusted Dog Daycare Centre

Let us take care when you're not there

Kent's first and most trusted Dog Daycare Centre

Where puppies can be puppies

A better way to a better dog

Doggie Daycare Explained

Dog day care give dogs a chance to engage in their instinctive social behaviour in a fun setting, not unlike a children’s nursery, in other words a dog crèche, all this whilst their owners are at work.

Leaving dogs at home all day is now a thing of the past. Pet dogs need to be cared for and stimulated to reduce boredom and destruction in the home. Day care helps decrease problem behaviours and especially benefits dogs that suffer anxiety when left alone.

More and more people are working longer hours and find they have to leave their dogs home alone for long periods of time. Doggie Day care provides dogs with lots of activities and the all-important social interaction for mental and physical stimulation they need on a daily basis.

Sending your dog to K9 Kindergarten whilst you are at work will eliminate this anxiety and contribute to a happy, relaxed, well balanced friend that is a pleasure to live with.

Why Use Doggie Daycare?

A lack of socialisation quite often leads to boredom, destructive behaviour and separation anxiety. Often, dogs left alone for extended periods will develop destructive behaviours such as digging, chewing and barking. Dogs need to be cared for and stimulated to reduce boredom, which in turn helps decrease problem behaviours.

This is where K9 Kindergarten can help; by sending your dog to our Doggie Day care Centre, for a day filled with socialisation, mental stimulation and physical activity, we will eliminate this anxiety and help contribute to a happy and relaxed, well balanced friend that is a pleasure to live with.

7.30am

Dogs are collected from their homes, using our complimentary “Bark and Ride” service.

8.30am

All the dogs are taken for a morning run in the exercise field.

9.30am

Arrive at the daycare centre after morning exercise.

9.45am

Breakfast is served to those that have not been fed at home already.

10.00am

Play time, games and cuddles, where staff give dogs their undivided attention.

12.00am

Lunch time for the puppies.

12.30am

Time out for those that require a sleep or need a rest from the activities.

1.00pm

Arrival time for the afternoon dogs and home time for the morning ones.

1.45pm

Exercise time again for the adult dogs in the woods or on the beach.

 

3.00pm

Adult dogs arrive back at the daycare centre after their afternoon exercise

3.15pm

More activities, including ball throwing, tug of war, cuddles and some grooming.

4.30pm

Time to say goodbye to our four legged friends and start disinfecting the centre.

5.00pm

Our complimentary “Bark and Ride” service will deliver your dog home safely by tea time.

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