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Your furry friend's daytime paradise!

A Different Doggy Daycare Experience

Vet Owned

Owned by veterinarian and connected to animal hospital

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Staff-to-Dog Ratio

Smaller staff to dog ratio compared to competitors

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Play Breaks

Designated nap times throughout the day to ensure dogs aren’t overstimulated

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Report Cards

Personalized “Report Cards” at the end of each day!


All Things Daycare Pricing

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What a First Time Assessment Looks like

First time assessments are an important first step to making your dog a regular at Pet Retreat. They are a half day, cost $25, and available every day of the week. First time assessments are required before you book a daycare or boarding stay. Here's what we assess:


Human Interaction

First, your dog will spend time interacting with our team to ensure he/she does not show any inappropriate behavior towards humans and is comfortable being handled.

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Social Skills

Next, your dog will join one of our playgroups with temperament and size appropriate dogs to make sure they enjoy being around other dogs and show no signs of resource guarding or inappropriate play.

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Nap Time

Lastly, your dog will spend time in one of our suites to observe how they handle the suite area. This is to ensure there won't be excessive barking or destructive behavior during naptime.

  • Do the daycare dogs play in the dog park?
    Yes! Our indoor dog park is shared by daycare, boarding, and Brew Park dogs who are visiting. We also have a separate party and play room where we bring dogs to play as well.
  • Does my dog get a suite while here for daycare?
    Each dog gets their own condo for nap times!
  • Do I have to book a reservation for daycare?
    We ask that you do book reservations for daycare ahead of time. However, if you wanted to come in last minute we do take walk ins if there is open capacity. If you're thinking about walking in, we recommend that you call ahead of time before coming in.
  • How often is my dog in the park versus in their condo?
    This all depends on the pup and how many dogs we have that day. If we have less pups they usually get more play time. Whereas if we have more playgroups it could be less time. It also depends on on the dog. Some pups can play for hours while others need more breaks to keep up healthy play habits.
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